بخش 02: ظاهر باطن / فصل 2
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Wait. What? What happened?
She did something to the memory.
What did you do?
I just touched it.
That shouldn’t make it change. Change it back, Joy!
I’m trying. You can’t change it back?
No! I guess I can’t! Good going, Sadness.
Now when Riley thinks of that moment with Dad, she’s gonna feel sad. Bravo.
I’m sorry, Joy. I don’t really know… I thought maybe if you…
Joy, we’ve got a stairway coming up.
Just don’t touch any other memories until we figure out what’s going on.
Okay. All right. Get ready.
This is a monster railing and we are riding it all the way down!
Wait, what? What happened?
A Core Memory! No!
Sadness, what are you doing?
It looked like one was crooked so I opened it and then it fell out. I…
It’s just that… I wanted to maybe hold one.
Joy! Whoa, whoa.
Sadness, you nearly touched a Core Memory.
And when you touch them, we can’t change them back.
I know. I’m sorry. Something’s wrong with me.
It’s like I’m having a breakdown.
You’re not having a breakdown. It’s stress.
I keep making mistakes like that. I’m awful.
No, you’re not. And annoying.
You know what? You can’t focus on what’s going wrong.
There’s always a way to turn things around, to find the fun.
Yeah. Find the fun. I don’t know how to do that.
Okay. Well, try to think of something funny.
Remember the funny movie where the dog dies?
Yeah, that’s not…
What about that time with Meg
when Riley laughed so hard milk came out of her nose?
Yeah. That hurt. It felt like fire.
It was awful.
Okay, okay, don’t think of that. Let’s try something else.
What are your favorite things to do?
Well, I like it when we’re outside.
That’s good. Like there’s the beach and sunshine.
Like that time we buried Dad in the sand up to his neck.
I was thinking more like rain.
Rain? Rain is my favorite, too!
We can stomp around in puddles.
You know, there’s cool umbrellas, lightning storms.
More like when the rain runs down our back and makes our shoes soggy.
And we get all cold, shivery,
and everything just starts feeling droopy.
Hey, hey. Hey, easy.
Why are you crying?
It’s just like really the opposite of what we’re going for here.
Crying helps me slow down and obsess over the weight of life’s problems.
You know what? Let’s, think about something else.
How about we read some mind manuals, huh? Sounds fun.
I’ve read most of them.
Well, have you read this one? This seems interesting.
“Long Term Memory Retrieval, Volume 47”?
No. A real pageturner!
“Long Term Memory data selection via channel subgrouping”?
See? Fun already! You lucky dog.
You’re reading these cool things. I got to go work. Life is so unfair.
What can we do? We’ve only got capital to last a month, maybe two.
If we can’t find investors by then, we’re going to have to lay people off.
Mom! Dad! Come kiss me good night!
I know. I know. Be right there!
We’ve got to land this, okay?
Did you hear Dad? He sounded really upset.
What was that? Was it a bear? It’s a bear!
There are no bears in San Francisco.
I saw a really hairy guy. He looked like a bear.
I’m so jumpy. My nerves are shot.
I don’t want to hear about your nerves.
I’ll tell you what it is.
This move has been a bust.
That’s what I’ve been telling you guys!
There are at least 37 things for Riley to be scared of right now.
The smell alone is enough to make her gag.
I can’t believe Mom and Dad moved us here!
Look, I get it. You guys have concerns.
But we’ve been through worse!
Tell you what, let’s make a list of all the things
Riley should be happy about.
Fine. Let’s see, this house stinks, our room stinks.
Pizza is weird here. Our friends are back home.
And all of our stuff is in the missing van!
Come on. It could be worse.
Yeah, Joy. We could be lying on the dirty floor. In a bag.
Okay, I admit it, we had a rough start. But think of all the good things that…
No, Joy. There’s absolutely no reason for Riley to be happy right now.
Let us handle this.
I say we skip school tomorrow and lock ourselves in the bedroom.
We have no clean clothes. I mean, no one should see us.
Yeah, we could cry until we can’t breathe.
We should lock the door and scream that curse word we know.
It’s a good one! Now hold on!
Look, we all have our off days. You know…
The Mom bad news train is pulling in. Toottoot!
Still no moving van.
Now they’re saying it won’t be here till Tuesday, can you believe it?
On the phone. This new venture is keeping him pretty busy.
I rest my case!
Your dad’s a little stressed,
you know, about getting his new company up and running.
Now for a few wellplaced withering scowls.
I guess all I really want to say is, thank you.
You know, through all this confusion you’ve stayed…
Well, you’ve stayed our happy girl.
Your dad’s under a lot of pressure,
but if you and I can keep smiling, it would be a big help.
We can do that for him. Right?
What did we do to deserve you?
Sweet dreams. Good night.
Well, you can’t argue with Mom. Happy it is.
Team Happy! Sounds great!
Totally behind you, Joy.
Looks like we’re going into REM.
I got Dream Duty, so I’ll take care of sending these to Long Term.
Great day today, guys! Sleep well, Team Happy!
All right, what’s on tonight, Dream Production?
Well, this is it. The new place.
Come live with me, Riley.
Somebody order a broccoli pizza?
Eat me! I’m organic!
No! Who is in charge of programing down there?
I know I’m not supposed to do this, but…
We are not going to end the day like this.
Don’t you worry.
I’m gonna make sure that tomorrow is another great day.
Hello! Did I wake you?
Do you have to play that?
Well, I have to practice.
And I don’t think of it as playing so much as hugging.
Okay, first day of school! Very, very exciting.
I was up late last night figuring out a new plan.
Here it is! Fear.
I need a list of all the possible negative outcomes
on the first day at a new school.
Way ahead of you there. Does anyone know how to spell “meteor”?
Disgust. Make sure Riley stands out today. But also blends in.
When I’m through, Riley will look so good,
the other kids will look at their own outfits and barf.
“Joy.” “Yes, Joy?”
“You’ll be in charge of the console, keeping Riley happy all day long.
“And may I add I love your dress? It’s adorable.”
“This old thing? Thank you so much. I love the way it twirls.”
Train of Thought! Right on schedule.
Anger. Unload the daydreams.
I ordered extra in case things get slow in class.
It might come in handy.
If this new school is full of boring, useless classes.
Which it probably will be.
Sadness. I have a super important job just for you.
Really? Follow me.
What are you doing? And there. Perfect!
This is the circle of Sadness.
Your job is to make sure that all the Sadness stays inside of it.
So you want me to just stand here?
Hey, it’s not my place to tell you how to do your job.
Just make sure that all the Sadness stays in the circle!
See? You’re a pro at this! Isn’t this fun?
No. Atta girl.
All right, everyone, fresh start.
We are gonna have a good day, which will turn into a good week,
which will turn into a good year, which turns into a good life!
So, the big day! New school, new friends, huh?
I know! I’m kind of nervous, but I’m mostly excited.
How do I look? Do you like my shirt?
Are you gonna be okay? You want us to walk with you?
Mom and Dad? With us in public?
No thank you. I’m on it!
Nope! I’m fine. Bye, Mom. Bye, Dad.
Have a good day at school, monkey.
Have a great day, sweetheart!
That’s crazy. It really is. That was so funny.
Do you know what basketball game is coming up?
Are you sure we want to do this?
In we go! Okay! Going in! Yes!
Did you see her? Hello!
Okay, we’ve got a group of cool girls at two o’clock.
How do you know? Double ears pierced, infinity scarf.
Is she wearing eye shadow?
Yeah, we want to be friends with them. Let’s go talk to them!
Are you kidding? We’re not talking to them.
We want them to like us.
Yeah. Wait, what?
Almost finished with the potential disasters.
Worst scenario is either quicksand, spontaneous combustion,
or getting called on by the teacher. So as long as none of those happen…
Okay, everybody. We have a new student in class today.
Are you kidding me? Out of the gate? This is not happening!
Riley, would you like to tell us something about yourself?
No! Pretend we can’t speak English.
Don’t worry. I got this.
My name is Riley Andersen.
I’m from Minnesota and now I live here.
And how about Minnesota?
Can you tell us something about it?
Well, you certainly get a lot more snow than we do.
Yeah, it gets pretty cold.
The lake freezes over, and that’s when we play hockey.
I’m on a great team. We’re called the Prairie Dogs.
My friend Meg plays forward. And my dad’s the coach.
Pretty much everyone in my family skates.
It’s kind of a family tradition.
We go out on the lake almost every weekend.
Or we did, till I moved away.
Hey, what gives? Wait, what?
Hey, Sadness! You touched a memory? We talked about this.
Yeah, I know. I’m sorry.
Get back in your circle.
What’s going on? Why won’t it eject? Get it out of there, Joy.
We used to play tag and stuff.
Cool kids whispering at three o’clock!
Did you see that look? No.
They’re judging us!
Somebody help me! Grab that… Everybody put…
But everything’s different now. Since we moved.
No! We’re crying! At school!
What? Sadness! What are you doing?
Oh, no! I’m sorry!
It’s a Core Memory!
But it’s blue.
No! Wait! Stop it! No! No!
That’s a Core Memory! Hey!
Joy, wait! Stop it! Let go!
The Core Memories!
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