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: I'm still here, Chief.
: You gotta be more careful, cause I can't lose you again. Not like that. Frank Sullivan
: You won't John. You won't. I swear to God, no matter what. You got it? You hear me? John Sullivan
: I hear you. Frank Sullivan
: So how old are you? John Sullivan
: I'm 36. Frank Sullivan
: 36. You're all grown up. You must be married and everything. John Sullivan
: No, I'm not married. Frank Sullivan
: What? Too busy playing ball? John Sullivan
: It didn't work out. I gave it up. Frank Sullivan
: What happened? John Sullivan
: I blew my arm out senior year. Didn't have a shot. Frank Sullivan
: Oh, I'm sorry Johnny. I know that had to hurt. John Sullivan
: Thanks. Frank Sullivan
: So what did ya wind up doing? You join the department? John Sullivan
: Actually I went the other way. I'm a cop. Frank Sullivan
] What? You're 3rd generation fire fighter. Come on I thought you were gonna grow out of that cop thing. John Sullivan
: Well you got Satch to thank for that one. Frank Sullivan
: You're kidding me huh. Satch? He was always crazy about you ever since you were born. You're still my little chief, right? John Sullivan
: Yeah, I'm trying to be. I'm trying.
: I'm not a cop, I'm a firefighter.
: [talking about Julia
] Well I just knew. She melted my heart. You got anybody? John Sullivan
: Yeah, kinda. Something I gotta work out, but she's worth it.
] John Sullivan
: You go ahead and get some rest. I'm tired too. Frank Sullivan
: I almost don't wanna click off here. Maybe we won't get this back. John Sullivan
: We will. Frank Sullivan
: Ok. I'll be here tomorrow. John Sullivan
: I know. Frank Sullivan
: I love you son. John Sullivan
: I love you too dad. I missed you so much.
: John, say hello to my wife Julia. John Sullivan
: Hi. Julia Sullivan
: Hi John. Frank tells me you're a cop. John Sullivan
: Yeah, that's right. Julia Sullivan
: My six year old keeps telling us he wants to be a policeman right after he retires from the majors. We just bought him a badge and a whistle for his birthday. John Sullivan
: Yeah, I remember I used to play cops and robbers all the time, and y - my mom wouldn't let me have a toy gun. Julia Sullivan
: Sounds like your mom and I would get along. John Sullivan
: Yeah, she's pretty special. I'm real proud of her. Julia Sullivan
: I bet she's proud of you too, being a cop and all. John Sullivan
: I hope so. I hope she knows how much I love her. Julia Sullivan
: She knows. Mom's always know how much their kids love them, even if they don't tell them all the time. Well I gotta go. It was good talking to ya John. John Sullivan
: You too.
: [talking about the future
] You're kidding. You mean, like those big field radios they use in the army? John Sullivan
: No, no, it works off of a satellite. You carry it around in your pocket.
: I don't know who you are, I don't know why you're doing this, but let me tell you something, asshole, you stay away from me and my family. John Sullivan
: Listen, I don't know how this is, but it's me, little Chief. Frank Sullivan
: Hey, hey, I am warning you, you touch my kid, I'll hunt you down 'til the day I die. John Sullivan
: But you already died! Frank Sullivan
: What are you talking about? John Sullivan
: The Buxton fire. Frank Sullivan
] Oh, and when did that happen, 30 years ago? John Sullivan
: October 12th, 1969. Frank Sullivan
: That's tomorrow, I ain't dyin in no fire tomorrow or any other day, you got that? John Sullivan
: You gotta listen to me, it was an abandoned warehouse. Butch always told Ma it wasn't your fault, you went with your instincts. If you've just gone the other way, you could've made it!
: Why don't we tame this bronco, huh? You and me, spirit and guts.