Sheila. Gerald. Hi.
We just knowyou're going through
a really hard timeright now.
We wanted to bringyou guys a lasagna.
Oh, that's so sweet.Thank you.
Other families have broughtsome stuff, too.
Come on in.
Hey, guys.We got lasagna.
I love lasagna!
Hey, no running in the houseyou little turkeys.
Oh, look at that,Sharon.
You took down all the picturesof marijuana.
Oh. Yeah. You know,just too painful.
You know,they remind me of Randy.
That's why I took downRandy's pictures, too,
because, you know,they remind me of Randy.
Look, I'm sorry if you don'twant to talk about it,
but have you thought aboutwhat you might do
if Randygets put away?
Yeah. I've kind of made a listof all the things I might do.
It's kind ofa long list.
MR. WHITE:Oh, isn't this lovely?
The whole town, turning outto support the Marsh family
in their time of need.
Our son was killedby the police.
Would have been nice if somebodybrought us a lasagna.
You know,if I'm not mistaken,
it almost seems like you peopleare happy that Tegridy Farms
is being indicted.
It's almost likeyou're reveling in it.
My wife and I were bothTegridy Plus members.
We always believedin Randy Marsh.
We believed in Tegridy.
And now,there's less Whites.
Now, there's less Whites.
Oh, geez. We should havenever played footballthat close to the road.
Yeah.This isn't right.
Where are you going,Eric?
I think I mightbe able to help them.
Mr. And Mrs. White!
I'm sorry aboutwhat happened.
I knew Jasonpretty well.
He was a shitty receiver.But he would have wanted
his parents to move on,and help a new child.
Wh-- What do you mean?
A few weeks ago,I was sent somewhere.
It was a placewhere people like you
can find a way to fillthat empty hole.
We Got Lasagna!
The town turns out to support the Marsh family, but the White's feel slighted.