Sorel Henderson: [Jim, Rocky, and Sorel are walking on the pier. Rocky is still upset that he was told that he was too old to be an organ donor] Now that I'm out of a job maybe I'll get into something really challenging.
Jim Rockford: Yea, like what?
Sorel Henderson: I always wanted to be an "astro-nom-o-mer."
Jim Rockford: Naw, that's pronounced "a-stron-o-mer."
Sorel Henderson: Oh well, same job no matter what. Looking at stars and wondering if there are other types of life out there.
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford: I got me a liver as good as any in the country.
Jim Rockford: Sorel wants to be an astronomer, Dad. Isn't that great?
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford: I'd like to see that Dr. Bosco, whatever his name, I'd like to see his kidneys, I bet they ain't any better than mine. Some things improve with age.
Sorel Henderson: I wonder if there's life out on those stars like Mars.
Jim Rockford: Mars is a planet, not a star.
Joseph 'Rocky' Rockford: My heart, my heart's been beating once a second for almost 70 years. You can't knock that.
Sorel Henderson: [She points to flying sea gulls] Oh pelicans! Look, pelicans!
Jim Rockford: [Jim and Rocky look at each other bemusedly] Look, Dad. Pelicans.
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