Thank you, sir. Welcome home, buddy.
As you can see, we haven't put the pool in yet. We'll get to it.
Tree, grill, shovel... usual cast of characters.
Now, I am going to take you in to her, but I should warn you.
She hasn't been out of bed for two days,
and that means no tooth brushing and it's bad up in there.
I'm pretty sure horses have a keen sense of smell, so just be prepared.
I missed you, too.
Max, I'm trying to sleep. Take your boots off.
Caroline, I have something for you.
Go away. I'm dead. Jeez, and you said my breath was bad.
You have a visitor, someone you love.
Chestnut! Chestnut, hi, baby, hi. How did he get here?
I went to Peach and told her it was a matter of life and death and we had to have him back.
And what, she just gave him back to you?
Well, I did have to agree to come back and babysit one day a week for the rest of my life,
but hell, Chestnut's home.
Max, thank you so much. You brought me back to life.
Oh, my God, don't exhale on me.
Your breath is like you went down on a brussels sprout. Tip your head that way.
Don't breathe on him either! His whole head is a nose. He can't handle that. Chestnut's home.