John Crowley: Hey. You okay? Did you get my messages?
Mrs.Crowley: Your messages? You suddenly walk out of the meeting and fly to Nebraska without talking to me about it, and you think messages make it okay? I'm sorry. My God, John. I wanna find a miracle as much as you do, okay? But how could you put your job in jeopardy? How exactly do we pay $40,000 a month in healthcare if you lose your insurance?
John Crowley: Honey, come on. Look, I'm not gonna lose my job.
Mrs.Crowley: Really? Pete called here twice last night to ask if you were okay. You know, mentally.
John Crowley: I'll just... I'll call, and I'll smooth that one over.
Mrs.Crowley: Yeah, no shit.
John Crowley: I'm sorry. Something in me just kind of snapped. That night at the hospital, when we thought that we were losing her, I prayed that if it was her time, she'd go quickly, without so much suffering. But morning came, and she pulled through. Her eyes, so determined, so defiant. The fight in her.
Mrs.Crowley: Was he worth it? This Stonehill guy?
John Crowley: He's really eccentric, but his science is way ahead of everybody else's. He's definitely the one to put our money on.
Mrs.Crowley: If we had any.
John Crowley: I promised him that we'd raise some, because he's got this conference up here next month, and I said I'd have a check ready for him.
Mrs.Crowley: How much?
John Crowley: 500.
Mrs.Crowley: That's all?
John Crowley: Thousand.
Mrs.Crowley: Is it $500 or $1,000?
John Crowley: $500,000. By next month.
Mrs.Crowley: Sweetheart, are you totally insane?
John Crowley: Apparently.
Mrs.Crowley: We're holding our first fundraiser on the 23rd at the school, and we would love if you and Frank could join us. Ready for your spelling test?
Megan: I'm gonna nail it.
Mrs.Crowley: Okay. Good luck.
John Crowley: My name's John Crowley. I'm calling from Oregon, and I got your name from the Atlanta-area Pompe parents' group. Yeah.
Mrs.Crowley: And I was so sorry not to see you at the reunion because you were one of my most favorite people in high school. Anyway, John and I are starting this foundation.
John Jr.: Hey, Dad? Dad. Dad? Dad!
John Crowley: No, you know what I mean. Just make it right. Can't you see I'm on the phone? Okay, well, tell me he told you. No, I'm gonna have to call you back. I can't talk. All right, bye. Yeah, what is it?
John Jr.: I sold my RipStik.
John Crowley: Okay.
John Jr.: Is it enough to give to Megan and Patrick's foundation?
John Crowley: Yeah, it's more than enough.
Marcus Temple: Are you John?
John Crowley: Yes.
Marcus Temple: Marcus Temple. We spoke on the phone.
John Crowley: Right. Absolutely. Good to see you. All the way in from Atlanta.
Marcus Temple: Yes. Well, this is for your foundation, from my relatives, friends and church group.
John Crowley: My goodness. Thank you very much. Thanks.