Jack and Rebecca's kids are in their mid-teens. Kevin and Randall are still sharing a bedroom, as they've done all their lives. Kevin's animosity toward his brother over what he sees as especially his mother's favoritism toward him has continued, although Kevin has never mentioned his feelings to anyone, let alone his mother or Randall, while Randall has tried to be his brother's friend to no avail. Kevin being a good football player, the one area that has been his domain alone among his siblings, changes when Randall makes his school's team. Their feelings toward each other may hit new heights on the gridiron. And now that the kids are grown, Rebecca resumes her singing career, she having put it on hold as she played full-time mom. This area of her life may be more important to her than she lets on. In present time, Kevin and Randall have a dinner planned with their mother. Rebecca cancels at the last minute, leaving the brothers to have dinner together by themselves. This "two for ...
Did You Know?
You know, back there with those people, it's the first time in 36 years you've said the words, "He's my brother".
Straighten Up and Fly Right
Written by Nat 'King' Cole
and Irving Mills
Performed by The King Cole Trio
featuring Mandy Moore See more