As Will's father returns and leaves, again, Will bubbles over with emotion. Read the script below. Tears. Every time.
[Lou (Will's biological father) has just left after canceling his trip with Will]
William 'Will' Smith: You ain't gotta do nothin', Uncle Phil. You know, ain't like I'm still five years old, you know? Ain't like I'm gonna be sitting up every night asking my mom "when's daddy coming home", you know? Who needs him? Hey, he wasn't there to teach me how to shoot my first basket, but I learned it, didn't I? And I got pretty damn good at it, too, didn't I, Uncle Phil?
Philip Banks: Yeah, you did.
William 'Will' Smith: Got through my first date without him, right? I learned how to drive, I learned how to shave, I learned how to fight without him. I had fourteen great birthdays without him; he never even sent me a damn card.
[turns and shouts toward the door]
William 'Will' Smith: TO HELL WITH HIM! I didn't need him then, and I don't need him now.
Philip Banks: Will... Will...
William 'Will' Smith: [voice rises to a shout] No, you know what, Uncle Phil? I'm gonna get through college without him, I'm gonna get a great job without him, I'm gonna marry me a beautiful honey, and I'm-a have me a whole bunch of kids. I'll be a better father than he ever was. And I sure as hell don't need him for that, 'cause there ain't a damn thing he can ever teach me about how to love my kids!
William 'Will' Smith: How come he don't want me, man?
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"I don't understand. I don't understand how this all happens. How we go through this. I mean, I knew her, and then she's... there's just a body. And I don't understand why she just can't get back in it. And not be dead anymore. It's stupid. It's mortal. And stupid. And Zander's crying and not talking, and I was having fruit punch. And I thought, 'Well Joyce will never have any more fruit punch, ever. And she'll never have eggs, or yawn, or brush her hair. Not ever. And no one will explain to me why.'" -Anya
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..."I'm not ready for this."
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Tears like a waterfall.
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Jim: "I'm in love with you."
Jim: "I'm really sorry if that's weird for you to hear, but I need you to ...hear it. Probably not good timing, I know that... I just..."
Pam: "What are you doing? What do you expect me to say to that?"
Jim: "I just needed you to know."
Pam: "Well, I um, I can't. You have no idea..."
Jim: "Don't do that."
Pam: "...What your friendship means to me."
Jim: "Don't do that."
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Then, we get to see what the dog is actually up to...
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Mona Simpson: "Homer, no matter what, I just want you to remember that you have a mother, and she loves you very much."
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Randy Taylor: [upset at the thought of having cancer] "Why does bad stuff always happen to me?"
Tim Taylor: "Hey, don't worry. Bad stuff happens to me all the time."
Randy Taylor: "Yeah, but you cause it!"
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