Around the Bend

At a Kentucky Fried Chicken
stand, Albert? Come on.

Their literature refers to them
as restaurants.

And I think they prefer KFC,
but anyway, it's a cook...

...and one of the customers,
Dorothy O'Connor.

Oh, Henry.
-She had the two-piece box.
-What's she doing?

-There used to be a door here.
-Mom, this isn't our apartment.

-We live upstairs.
-Right here.

-What's it say?
-The will? As his lawyer, I can't tell you.

-Why did you take the door away?

-What do you mean, you can't tell me?
-This is Jason's place, Mom.

This is not our apartment.
-He wanted it read after the funeral.
-What funeral?

Turner's letter deals with
the funeral arrangements.

You got a letter? And you got a letter.
-I didn't get a letter.
-You got a Post-it.

-I got a Post-it.
-Is it cogent?

-No. Actually, it's not cogent.
-What's it say?

-What does your letter say?
-Some of it was private.

What does the not-private part say?
"Dear Turner, this bag
is to be opened...

:24:12 the KFC restaurant where
we had our final meal as a family.

Please bring the ashes with you.
Also bring Jason and Zach. I love you.
I'm sorry I'm dead." Signed, "Henry."

-They're not even ashes. They're bones.

-As far as I know. Except--

They're smashed-up bones.
They should tell you that.

If you want to stay,
you're gonna have to behave.

-Except what?
-He wants to be with Sky.

-"With Sky," what?
-Cremated with him.

-Sky isn't dead.
-Maybe he wanted you to kill the dog.

-He is old.
-Come on. We gotta go.

Don't worry.
We don't have to kill the dog.

We're not gonna kill the dog.
Henry said he's gonna die today.