For Jay's birthday party.That's a great idea.
Good.Really, you'll do that?
Good. Go on.
Live life as ifnothing ever happened.
It's what I want.
But do me a favor.
Learn from me.
I paid the price
for my awareness
so that you guysdon't have to.
Excuse me for eavesdropping,
but, uh,I'm a school teacher.
I'd love to havean extraordinary person like you
come speak to my classsometime.
Unfortunately, I don't havethe luxury of "sometime."
But I have now.
Take me there.
Sarah, we'replanning Dave's--
Shh, shh, shh.Let the cuckoo clown go, okay?
She can't ruin my partyfrom out there.
Today we have someonevery special joining us.
Let's give a big Valley Villagehello and welcome
to Mrs. Silverman.
(all)Hello and welcome,Mrs. Silverman.
Mrs. Silverman was my mother.
And she was a bitch.
So look at all of you.
You got everythingin front of you.
All your dreams intact.
You're invincible, huh?
I was that way once.
I knew it all!Nothing could touch me.
Yeah, sure, I did some drinkin',some druggin'.
Tried it in the buttone or nine times.
It was Teflon.
Or so I thought.
It never occurred to me
that I could get AIDS.
I had to learn the hard way
that it is notyour sexual orientation,
nor your coloror your religion
or your racethat gets you AIDS.
It is your...
So what gets you AIDS?
(all)Mouth, veins, tushy, va--
Thank you so much... Ms. Silverman.
The children willcertainly--
Yes, they certainly will.
Well, I think you've donemore than enough here.
But I haven't doneenough out there.