Last week, Rose and I spent most of
our time going on walks with the kids and taking loads of pictures. And a lot of them turned out
really great! I don’t mean to sound surprised, I just, didn’t know what to expect- from
them. But the thought and time they put in to them. I finally saw passion from kids that
are usually so apathetic. Rose’s portrait turned out pretty nicely too, if I do say
so myself. Simon’s going love it. I’m sure of it. Simon! Jane. Hello. You’re filming again. Actually — I’m just here for lunch. The cafeteria food at the hospital is offensive. Come have a seat. My soup… The soup won’t go anywhere. I, wanted to thank you. Thank me? For the job. I mean, you were right,
the kids, aren’t what I expected but, they’re really wonderful. Look. They took
these photos. Beautiful, aren’t they? That’s a good tree. Oh I really like this one. Yes that’s the ocean. Impressive, don’t you think? It’s a pine cone. This one’s my favourite. That’s nice. Rose is beautiful, isn’t she? I- I like the composition. Rose is so amazing! She is- That doesn’t look like the Rose I know. Her hair is down. I could make you a copy of it. If you’d
like. what? I think she’d like you to have it. No… Simon. I think she likes you. And, I think you
know that. Why? I mean, you’re passionate, and smart and you work so hard those are good things. She thinks the world of you, I mean anyone can see that. What? it’s okay to like her too. Jane, can we talk about this later? No. Mary said you would try to avoid this line of questioning and that I shouldn’t take no for an answer. Jane, I can’t be looking for—With
her.. It’s complicated. There isn’t anything less complicated! You
like her. She likes you. Just tell her! Jane. Stop. Rose is wonderful. And smart and funny and sweet and beautiful. She is… I’m sensing there’s a “but” coming. But, she’s also rich. You’re afraid she won’t date you because
you aren’t rich? Simon, there’s more to life than — No, she’s not concerned about money,
per-say, but she grew up rich so she’s used to certain, conveniences, and I’m going to be travelling under developed regions of the world practicing medicine. You’re making this more difficult than it has to be. There are other options phones, texting, skype, good old
fashion letters. This isn’t going to be some
little trip. I’m going to devote my life to this. Your parents travelled together. Couldn’t
she go with you? Rose is rich, Jane. What does that have to do with anything? I can’t ask her to give up her life.
She’s… delicate. Can you imagine her going weeks without a shower? Or a cell phone?
Or access to a non-fat extra foamy latte? Simon, give her some credit I can’t ask her to forgo everything
that makes her her. That’s not fair! You have to at least
give her the chance to decide! I’m going back to work. What about your soup?!