– Please don’t make me go. You can keep homeschooling me. – I taught you everything I know. No more argument, okay?
We discussed this ad nauseam. – What’s ad nauseam? – You don’t know?
Well, looks like someone needs school. – [Students] Good morning, Miss Stevenson. – Who can tell me what three plus three is? – Everyone knows it’s six. – Mary, can you stand up, please? Can you tell me what 57 multiplied by 135 is? (sighs) Okay. Who can–
– 7695. The square root is 87.7 and change. Now what does ad nauseam mean? ♫ I listen to the wind, to the wind of my soul – I think your niece may be gifted. – I am good friends with the headmaster
of the Oaks Academy for Gifted Education. – No. I promised my sister
I’d give Mary a normal life. I think she’s gotta be here. ♫ I’ve sat upon the setting sun – Who’s that lady in front of our door? – That would be your grandmother. – Holy sh–
(paper rips) – It’s a MacBook, darling. – What are you doing here? – You are denying the girl her potential. How many seven year olds
are doing advanced calculus? – You forgot the negative sign on the exponent. – Mary, why didn’t you say anything? – Hank says I’m not supposed to
correct older people. Nobody likes a smart-ass. – We petition the court to grant
my client full custody of the child. – No! No! – You’re gonna take that girl. You’re gonna loan her out to some think tank
where she can talk nontrivial zeros with a bunch of old Russian guys
for the rest of her life. – And you’d bury her under a rock. – Evelyn, stop! I’m raising her how I believe
Diane would have wanted. ♫ Do you need a reason
♫ We should commit treason – If anybody takes that baby away,
I’ll smother you in your sleep. – My sister wanted Mary to be a kid. She wanted her to have friends
and to be happy. – Tell us, do you have health insurance? – No. – Did you spend the night in jail?
– Objection! – What’s your greatest fear? – That I’ll ruin Mary’s life. – Mary!
– Mary. – Mary!
– Uh-uh! – She’s bossy. – I’ve heard that. ♫ Valleys of the young – He’s a good person.
He wanted me before I was smart.