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: How old are you, anyway? 10? Bailey
: I'm 12! Tibby
: Same difference. Bailey
: No, when I was 10 I didn't have an iPod. Tibby
: Mhm, you're so cool. And what do you listen to on there, teletubbies hit parade?
[when Bailey is being taken away on the stretcher-type thing when she fainted in Wallman's and looks at Tibby
: You have a price sticker on your forehead.
: [in a video-recording
] Hey, it's me, Bailey. You don't have to use this in your movie or anything, although now that I think of it, fainting in Wallman's does kind of qualify me as a loser. But then again, wearing a price sticker on your forehead probably makes you one, too. Ya know, I don't know, Tibby, maybe the truth is there's a little bit of loser in all of us, ya know? Being happy isn't having everything in your life be perfect. Maybe it's about stringing together all the little things like wearing these pants or getting to a new level of Dragon's Lair - making those count for more than the bad stuff. Maybe we just get through it... and that's all we can ask for.
: So, uh, who told you? Tibby
: Uh, told me what? Bailey
: You found out, didn't you? Tibby
: We still have time for one more interview... Bailey
: It's called leukemia... and yeah, I would like to come with you, but are you just asking because you feel sorry for me? Tibby
: I don't know... maybe. Bailey
: Okay. Tibby
: I brought something for you... ta da. Bailey
: The Traveling Pants. Tibby
: Yeah, I just got them back, from Lena. Bailey
: The one in Greece. Tibby
: Yeah, she said that we were right all along and that the pants are magic and I don't know the details but I do know Lena and for her to say that means... that it must be true... so I was thinking that maybe you could have them for a while. Bailey
: They don't fit me, remember? Tibby
: [in tears
] Yeah, I know, but that doesn't matter... none of it really matters... you have to take them, Bailey... okay, you have to let them help you... please. I know that you're tired, okay, but you can't give up, the Pants will give you a miracle, you have to believe. Bailey
: The Pants have already worked their magic on me. They brought me to you.
: I want you to do something for me. Tibby
: What? Bailey
: Finish your movie. Tibby
: Why? Bailey
: Because you can.
: Well what, what is she doing here? Tell me. Bailey
: She's thinking. Tibby
: She's thinking? I think she's trying to grow a brain, that's what.
: Oh man, you were right, and I was wrong, but I'm... I'm wrong about most people, so... Bailey
: The important thing is... you always change your mind about them.
: You know, I read that when Bill Gates was younger, he ran a lemonade stand. Tibby
: No, you don't know that. Bailey
: Yeah I do, I read it in a magazine. Tibby
: No, where did you read that? Bailey
: ...In a magazine.
: You know what I like most about the stars? You look at them, at all of them up there... and you just know there's gotta be something more than... Tibby
: Life? Bailey
: There has to be. Tibby
: Are you scared? Bailey
: Not of dying, really. It's more that I'm afraid of time. And not having enough of it. Time to figure out who I'm supposed to be... to find my place in the world before I have to leave it. I'm afraid of what I'll miss.