It's Kevin, Kate and Randall's tenth birthday. Unlike the joint parties their parents usually throw them complete with children's games like pin the tail on the donkey, Kevin and Kate request separate preteen bordering on teenaged themed parties, with which Randall goes along. This request, which their parents oblige, marks what Jack in particular sees as a turning point in their lives as a family. On Jack's initiative, Jack and Rebecca contemplate having more children seeing that their first three are moving onto another stage of their lives. Beyond what Jack and Rebecca see as issues with the resulting parties - some which affect them more than their children, and some which affect their children more than them - the goings-on mark some true turning points in their family dynamic. Kevin, in particular, has what will end up as a defining moment in his life. And Jack and Rebecca decide by the end of the parties if another child is what they really want at this point in their lives. In...
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At about 3 minutes in Randall comes into the bedroom and says, "Are we all getting checked for lice again?" In North America, black people do not get lice. The texture of their hair makes it impossible for the lice to hold on. It would be unnecessary for him to be checked. Note: Apparently the above is a myth. Anyone can get lice. Refer to www.licedoctors.com See more
Toby states that he "went to a dinner party once with the guy who came in eighth on Carrie Underwood's season of Idol". That would be the fourth season of American Idol in which the eighth place contestant was Nadia Turner, a woman, not a man. See more
[Jack is watching an old home movie
Where'd you find this?
Pulled it up from the basement. God, wasn't Randall so cute?
[playfully hitting him
He is still cute.
He's fine. He was cuter when he was five.
References Notting Hill
Written by Reggie Lucas
Performed by Madonna See more