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>> no, no, sasha. i would love for you not to. >> it's not a problem. >> i rebuke you, woman. thou get loose. step away from the breakfast. >> but, mr. brown, come on. i can -- >> no. you step away. no more cooking for you. boom. demon, begone. ♪ ♪ use your debit or credit redcard for an extra 5% off our everyday low prices.
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[ school bell rings ] >> all right, who can tell me what a contraction is? >> i got this. it's like when you get signed by the nba, like i'm gonna be. they make you sign a contraction so you can get paid. >> so you can stay in school. that's a contract. okay, we talked about this. come on. geoffrey. >> a contraction is when two or more words are combined to make a new word. >> oh, good. you have an example? >> i got one. >> okay. >> it's like when you put "he" and "is" together, right? >> all right. use it in a sentence. >> okay, like geoffrey. >> uh-huh. >> he's a loser. he's never gonna have a girlfriend.
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he's so -- >> andrew! that's enough. >> my name's a.t., cora. >> i know you're not talking to me. you got me mixed up, sweetheart. you don't call me cora. it's miss simmons to you. and i know your mother, and i used to change your diapers. and it wasn't that long ago, so don't get it twisted. >> what are y'all laughing at? it's not that funny. >> oh, yeah, it's funny. you funny. all right, class, i need you to write me a 500-word essay on what your plans are once you graduate, okay? >> i'm not writing a 500-word -- >> you are writing a 500-word essay! like i said! oh, i'm so sorry, class. that's a 500-word essay, okay? all right. >> it's only two pages, andy. >> who was talking to you? what are you gonna write about, geek? what, your sweater vest collection? >> andrew. >> i bet you your mother picks out your clothes. she shouldn't let you wear those
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tight pants. you're too fat. >> andrew, that's enough! now! >> hey, man. yo. man, i'm just playing with you, man. i know you know. >> okay. >> we cool? >> yeah, we're cool. >> where are you from? >> virginia. >> virginia. that explains why you look like a virgin. >> leave me alone. >> or what? what, you gonna tell the teacher? >> leave me alone! >> [ chuckles ] or what? i'm right, though. you don't have a girlfriend, do you? no, 'cause girls in this school like ballers, not losers. >> shut up! >> andrew, didn't i tell you to leave geoffrey alone? geoffrey, are you okay? >> i'm fine, miss simmons. i don't need you defending me. >> "geoffrey, are you okay?" man, you are such a punk. you let the teacher fight all your battles? >> nobody fights my battles. >> and i'm gonna fight both of you if you don't stop it.
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>> sorry, miss simmons. >> and i don't see you writing. you need to be doing something. did you just -- i know you just didn't write "something" on that paper. boy, i will jack you up. i said write a 500-word essay -- before i whup your essay. >> what are y'all laughing at? >> you got an essay? get to writing. >> let me see one of y'all do it. >> you say something else. you better not put "something else" on that paper. >> yeah, back to "back to back." what? does this guy ever sleep? >> move over, brown. >> what you doing, colonel? >> we're missing the thrilla in manila. >> if you keep taking my remote, it's gonna be the thrilla in this living room. >> i don't want to watch what you're watching. >> i don't want to watch what you're watching. i'm watching "back to back." >> well, i want to watch "back to back." >> yeah, let's watch "back to back." you're right. >> hi! excuse me.
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>> what the black butterfly? >> oh, you guys, i'm gonna miss these great memories, the sharing, the laughing. ha ha ha ha ha! and the fighting. rrr! >> well, london, if you go now, you'll start to miss it much sooner. go, go, go. i tricked you almost, didn't i? >> hey, everybody. >> sasha, where have you been? we were supposed to go shopping. >> well, i thought you were busy packing, so i took miss daisy. >> i saw my cousin evelyn. she wouldn't even speak to me. she's always been such a big snob. >> miss daisy, i told you that was a mannequin. >> oh. no wonder she never moved. >> how could you go without me? we always go shopping together. >> well, not anymore, london, now that you're moving out. >> well, we can still go shopping together, can't we? >> london, honey, i can't afford to park at the places you shop at. >> will you two clam it? we're trying to see how this
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ends. >> colonel, it ends the same way. ali gonna win. it's 1975. let it go. >> this coming from a man who dresses like huggy bear? come on. >> honey, i am gonna miss you, but i'm really worried about those kids. you know that they love you, right? >> i know. what am i gonna do without brianna and hakim? >> his name joaquin. >> it is? >> yeah. >> awwww. you know, he taught me how to play hopscotch. i had no idea that wasn't a drinking game. >> yeah, i'm still explaining that to social services. >> [ gasps ] and remember the time when we stole mr. brown's t-bird and drove on to the west and the cops were chasing us and we had to fly off that cliff into the grand canyon? >> the what?! >> no, mr. brown. london, we didn't do that. that was a movie. >> but you watched it with me. who am i gonna make new memories with now? >> darling, you can make new memories with anyone. i remember the time that --
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>> you remember the time when -- dai-- daisy, you -- >> oh. was i saying something? >> oh, damn, joe! you lost again! >> you better stop that cussing. and he lose every time! since '75, he been losing. >> i guess it's time for me to try on my new dress. >> i want to see it. >> come on, miss daisy. >> you're going to look wonderful in it. >> okay, london, can you have your room cleaned out by noon? 'cause i'm putting up a chapel in there. >> sure. >> yeah. >> oh, mr. brown, you know what? this feels like home to me. do i really have to go back to my old life? >> no, you ain't got to go home, but you got to get out of here, 'cause we having -- oh, we having worship service in your room at 5:00 -- oh -- 5:00. yes. ticktock, you don't stop. yes. mm. ha. mm. [ school bell rings ]
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>> good morning, everyone. has anyone seen geoffrey? >> he went back to virgin-ia to be with his people. [ chuckles ] >> no one's talking to you, andrew. >> you said "anyone." >> i know you're not talking back, right? >> no, ma'am. >> all right, class, i need you to pass your homework forward, please. geoffrey. >> [ sighs ] >> didn't you hear the bell? >> i heard it. >> well, come on in class. what happened to your eye? >> nothing. i fell. >> you fell? >> i fell. i don't think i should come to class today, miss simmons. >> well, are you sick? >> no. just... >> well, come on in class. you have an essay due. come on in here and sit down. i don't have time to fool with you this morning. hurry up. have a seat. all right. let's get this -- all right, your papers is up? thank you so much. thank you. excuse me.
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um, where's your paper, geoffrey? >> i didn't do it. >> why not? that's not like you. you're one of my best students. >> i didn't feel like it, all right? >> look, i need to see you after class. we need to talk. >> whatever. >> what is wrong with you? >> where is your homework, g-off? >> my name is geoffrey, and you better leave me the hell alone. >> ooh. miss simmons, g-offie's using bad words. >> am i gonna have to send you two to the principal's office? >> is she, g-off? >> no. i'm sorry. >> come on, man. that's the best you could do? man, man up. who are you trying to impress, anyway? what, you think you better than us? >> i'm better than you. >> [ chuckles ] you put some ice on that eye yet? that's all the thug you got? >> hey, a.t., yo! you want to see how thug i can get? >> yeah. show me what you got. >> i got this.
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>> come on, a.t., let me see you act thug now! >> geoffrey, put the gun down! >> what you got to say now? looks like a.t.'s all talk, y'all. huh? you still talking? >> man, we was just playing with you, man. >> i'm sick of you playing with me! all of y'all. >> wait, wait, wait, wait. >> all of y'all -- you tease me every day, you follow me home from school, and you punch me? >> geoffrey, this is not the way you handle this. >> shut up! shut up! i told him to stop! i told you to stop, and you wouldn't listen. well, you're listening now,
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aren't you? you're listening now, aren't you? >> we're all listening. please -- this isn't the way! >> g-off, man, be cool, man. >> my name is geoffrey, and we're not cool. >> ge-- can we talk? can we talk? just talk to me, geoffrey, please. >> do you know what i go through, how they tease me, how they talk about me? y'all try to make fun of me? >> i didn't realize it was that bad. you should have come to me. >> i don't need you, miss simmons! >> what? >> i don't need you. i can take care of myself. >> like this? geoffrey, you said you wanted to be an engineer. if you hurt these kids, that's not gonna happen. >> i don't care anymore, miss cora. >> geoffrey, please. >> it's too late. >> please, geoffrey. >> no! stop it! get out of the way! >> i'm back, okay? all right, all right. >> i know what i have to do. >> man, no, man. >> yeah, yeah. >> oh, please. >> colonel, i don't see nothing up here. >> well, look closer, brown. it's right there. >> colonel, all i see up here is baldness. >> brown, look closer. >> if i get any closer, i'm
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gonna be reading your mind, and ain't nothing up in there either. >> look, brown -- it says right here i'm supposed to have some growth after 3 weeks, and it's been 4 weeks. >> well, colonel, they lied, 'cause i don't see nothing but peach fuzz up here. colonel, there go one! there is one right there, colonel! >> see? i told you, brown. i told you. >> it's right there in your ear. did you waste some of that stuff on your ear? >> my ear? >> yeah, what did you use -- brogaine? colonel, look like you got a wig growing out your ear. >> hurry, hurry, hurry. close the door. close the door. yes! ha ha! >> why did you do that? >> that was a close one. >> no, london. that was crazy. you can't stiff a cab driver and run off. >> obviously, we can, and we did. gonna mark that one off my list. >> uh, excuse me. what are you two talking about? >> i think that london has lost her mind. >> [ scoffs ] >> you want me to take this one? >> yeah, you get this one. go ahead and get it.
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>> london have to have a mind to lose it. >> ha! >> ha ha ha! >> good one, good one. you good. you good. >> ho ho ho! >> ho ho ho! >> so, last night, i was sitting in my room, feeling all sad, and then i realized -- to cheer myself up, i'm gonna make a bucket list. >> okay, what is a bucket list? >> a list that you make before you kick the bucket -- or, in london's case, leave brown meadows. >> oh. >> is that white bread? >> what? >> it's on my list. >> i know you didn't just bite my sandwich. >> and what kind of meat is that? >> it's called mystery meat. you bite my sandwich again, it's gonna be a mystery where i hide your body. you don't bite nobody's sandwich and not ask. i don't know where your lips been. >> ooh! and i bought a dress today off the rack. it was exhilarating! >> so, uh, where's the dress? >> oh, come on. as if i'm gonna wear a dress off the rack. don't be ridiculous.
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[ gasps ] ooh! and i went to the movies and i yelled at the screen. i said, "girl, don't go in there! you're gonna get killed!" >> it was a documentary, london. >> geoffrey, put the gun down, please. >> no. >> please, geoffrey. geoffrey. p-please, geoffrey. geoffrey, these kids, they're scared. you don't want to hurt them, do you? >> i don't know! no. >> please -- can we talk? why are you doing this, geoffrey? what is it? what's going on? >> i told you -- i can't take it anymore. i've never fit in. >> what about your family? >> they could care less about me. >> oh, geoffrey, i care. tru-- i care about you. i do. i care. >> no, no, you don't! >> yes, i do. >> you don't! >> yes, i do, geoffrey! please! you're special to me. you are. can't you tell? you're special. son, you have to trust me. give me the gun.
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let me help you. please, geoffrey. please. >> it's over. >> it is not over. >> they'll put me in prison. >> i'm gonna do everything i can to help you, but you have to trust me. if you hurt these kids, it won't happen. please just -- please give me the gun. geoffrey, please. please, geoffrey, give me the gun. i'm gonna do all i can to help you, all right? i promise you. give it. okay, sweetheart. okay, sweetheart. okay. just sit down, sit down. >> what am i gonna do, miss simmons? >> we're gonna stay right here, and we're gonna wait for the police together, okay? i'm gonna be with you. i promise, i won't leave you. i won't leave you. we'll work it out, sweetheart. oh, my god. you see what happens when you pick on people and you bully them? you just push them over the edge! i cannot believe -- it's okay, sweetheart. [ sniffles ] boy, did you -- did you pee on yourself?
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it's gonna work out. it's gonna be okay, sweetheart. >> and then we went to the 97-cent store. check! and i bought you guys all presents! >> oh. >> thank you. >> yay! >> wow. >> mr. brown, i bought you this teddy bear, 'cause that's what you look like. >> oh. a one-eyed teddy bear. oh, great. yeah. whoa. uh, london, before you leave, your little teddy bear needs his last month's rent. >> cool. and i got sasha this necklace. >> from the 97-cent store? >> she's gonna need some cream for that neck. >> thanks, london. >> yeah. and the colonel -- i got you some hair grow -- what? you already have some? >> that's okay. hey, now i got two. the chances are better for my hair to grow. >> i bet you that don't work
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either. >> we gonna see. >> you know, i'm really gonna miss you guys. i've never been accepted the way you guys have accepted me. you guys are like the family i never had. >> okay, london, don't start that crying. you gonna make -- you gonna make me start crying if you start crying. london, you like the daughter that i never wanted. >> aw. thanks, mr. brown. >> from the bottom of my heart. >> oh, london, we are gonna miss you so much. >> yeah. >> you know what? i want a group hug. group hug! >> group hug -- yeah! >> go ahead. >> group hug! yes! >> ow! >> group hug! >> come on, colonel. >> ow! >> colonel, let go. >> whoo! all right. well, it's gonna suck not seeing you guys. >> well, just 'cause your probation is up don't mean you can't come by and visit. >> really? >> really. >> aw. well, then i'll come back all the time. thank you.
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>> not -- not all the time. just holidays -- christmas. mainly christmas. i want a bentley. >> honey, i really think you have grown a little since you moved here. >> i'm wearing heels. shh.
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[ doorbell rings ] >> oh, lord. this door. >> yes! >> hello, mr. brown. >> look, officer, i did not -- i didn't do nothing. >> nice teddy bear. >> thank you. >> does this woman belong to anyone here? >> what did you do? what happened, daisy? >> i caught her vandalizing the neighborhood. >> london and i were on top of a building, dropping water balloons, when this flatfoot showed up, and when i looked around, london was nowhere to be seen. >> ha ha! "get miss daisy arrested." check! >> that's cold, london. that's cold. >> no. it's super-hot. ha!
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>> hey, baby. oh, baby. >> curtis. >> baby, baby girl, baby. >> [ laughs ] >> you know how i'm feeling about you, baby. >> curtis, please. >> oh, oh, baby. >> curtis! >> give us some sympathy. >> baby. >> [ smooches ] you know i love you, right? >> uncle curtis. >> what? >> come on, man, we got to get going. the city hall meeting's in 20 minutes. >> see, why you do that? you always make me late. ow! ow! >> baby, go to work. have a great day!
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>> all right, baby! >> [ chuckles ] whoo. okay. [ doorbell rings ] coming. hello. oh. m-may i help you? >> i'm looking for janine. >> janine's not here. may i tell her who came by? >> an old friend. >> an old friend who? >> old lady, stop asking so many questions. >> okay, you are not gonna walk up in my house and tell me how to talk. >> janine. >> sir, my husband is here. >> i don't care nothing about your old man. j-baby? >> janine is not here! >> janine! >> sir, you need to leave, or else i'm calling the police. >> oh, no, hell, you ain't. >> yes, i am. okay, okay, okay. >> don't even think about it. now, like i said, tell janine blue stopped by. >> you are blue? >> in the flesh. and if you know what's best for you and your family, gonna give janine my message.
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