Jack: Babe, are you sure you don’t want to go to bed?
Candy: No no, I’m fine. What are you doing?
Jack: Just applying for some jobs, anything I can get really. How you feeling now?
Candy: I’m fine. Just gonna have a little sleep here.
Jack: Do you think maybe you should go back to bed? I’ll make you something to eat if you want?
Candy: No … I’ll be … fin-ugh … I’m … I’m gonna be sick.
The following morning, the two woke up planning on job searching, but Candy fell very sick. Instead they decided to have a chill out day on the sofa whilst Candy got through the worse of the pains.
Candy: Ugh … don’t most people get sick in the morning? The kids going to be the death of me ..
Candy: My music box!
Jack: Do you remember how I told you when I turned back human I came looking for you?
Candy: Yeah …
Jack: Well, I went back to your old house … and the only thing that remained was … this.
Candy: I thought I lost it years ago.
Jack: I found it, just like I found you.
Candy: Oh Jack!
Jack: I think it’s only fair for our baby to have it now, don’t you?
Candy: More than anything.
Jack: Come on, let’s go to bed. It’s been a long day.
Candy: Ugh … I … I don’t feel too good.
Jack: Candy! What’s wrong?
Candy: Oh, nothing. I just need to go the bathroom .. I’ll be in in a minute, okay?
Candy: Are you going to tell me what it is of mine you have then?
Jack: Well, I think that it would go nicely in here.
Candy: What is it?!
Chuckling to himself, Jack pulled out a small object and placed it on top of the baby cabinet. Candy gasped.
Candy: Where … where did you find this?
Lifting Candy up onto his back, Jack decided they were going to take a tour of their new home. He made his way up the stairs and took them both into their new room.
Candy: Oh, look! Mum remembered the flowers!
Jack: I can’t believe you still kept them after all of this time.
Candy: Of course I did, it was the only thing I had to remind myself you were real.
Jack: I kind of had something like that, you know.
Candy: What do you mean?
Jack: Something of yours I kept with me after all of this time.
Candy: Oh, that’s so sweet! What is it?
Jack: Is that the baby’s room through there?
Candy: Jack, don’t change the subject!
Jack: Come on.
Once they had left, Jack grabbed Candy’s hand and span her around, dipping her.
Candy: Ahh! Jack! Can you believe it?!
Jack: I know, baby! We have a house!
Tara: So! I guess we’ll be off and leave you two to make the place more homely.
Candy: No, stay for a bit! I need to thank you!
Rupert: No, we’ll be off, Candy. Besides, Brucie has some homework, don’t you son?
Tara: Come on, bye you two!
Candy: Bye guys! Thank you so much!
Embracing her husband, Candy began to softly cry into his shoulder.
Candy: Are … are you sure … is this a joke?
Rupert: Of course not, darling. This is you’re home.
Candy: I … We don’t know how to thank you enough!
Jack: Seriously, this is best thing anyone could have ever done for us! I … I don’t know how to repay all of you.
Tara: Not at all, this is our gift.
Rupert: You need it now more than ever with the little one on the way.
Bruce: I helped decorate!
Candy: *sniff* Oh, Brucie, thank you.
Rupert: It was all your Mother’s and Casandra’s idea.
Tara: Rupie! It wasn’t all our idea, you did all the labor.
Candy: Wait … what are you two on about?
Tara: Candy … this is you’s and Jack’s home now.
Rupert: A wedding present from us, Casandra and Alfie.
Tara: Mickey and Lee pitched in with the decorating, too.
Candy and Jack fell silent. Glancing occasionally back and fourth between Tara and Rupert, they were frozen to the spot.
Candy: Are … are you serious?
Candy: Dad … why is our wedding photo hanging on the wall?
Rupert: Well, I guess you could call it a belated wedding present.
Candy: What are you talking about?
Candy: Wow, look at this place! Dad, I think this is some of your best work!
Jack: God, if we could afford something like this!
Candy: I know, right? I mean just look at … huh? What … what’s that?