Jack and Rebecca's first instincts upon learning of Rebecca's pregnancy are for Rebecca not to turn out like her judgmental passive/aggressive mother who still drives her crazy, or for Jack not to turn out like his physically and emotionally abusive father. Jack is estranged from his widowed father, who knows nothing about Jack's current life. By the end of Rebecca's first trimester by which time they've prepared somewhat for their new life as parents including renting a two bedroom sixth floor walk-up apartment they can ill afford, they learn that Rebecca is carrying triplets. Knowing that the apartment is impractical for three babies and not having the financial means for three children at this time, each of Jack and Rebecca make decisions about their life as parents for which they may not be emotionally prepared, but which they know they have to do to make it under the circumstances. In present day, things with the play seem to be going well with Kevin and Sloane now co-financing ...
Did You Know?
[All trivia items for this title are spoilers.
Diet Coke was not on the market until 1982; Rebecca was pregnant in 1980 (she should have been drinking a Tab). See more
You really tried crying?
Oh, yeah. Just full waterworks, like a little boy. We're not getting the security deposit back. But I'm gonna figure something out. Okay? I will. I will figure something out.
Written by Pete Ham
and Tom Evans
Performed by Badfinger See more