When one of Grandad's army buddies, Moe, dies, he and the boys return home to Chicago for the funeral. On the way there it is revealed that Grandad and Moe had a bad falling out over a girl. Huey is excited to be home in hopes of seeing his old friend Cairo, but finds out that he wants nothing to do with Huey. At the funeral, Grandad is forced into a eulogy, in which he reveals all the bad things Moe had done over the years. But when Grandad sees Moe's wife, the girl they fought over, and sees how ugly she is, he realizes how Moe had been the bigger man trying to repair their broken friendship. Written by
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The poem that Huey recites is a excerpt of "The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran. See more
Being the bigger man is overrated.
Composed by Daniel Dumile
Performed by Madvillain See more