They Share a Meal
They share great food and savor every bite.
They Visit William's Childhood Home
William goes to his childhood home where he finds boyhood treasures he hid behind a brick in the fireplace. They remained there for over 40 years, untouched. A few tiny toys and three quarters.
They Visit the Barbershop
William is hoping to show Randall the ducks at what was once a place forbidden for blacks, but he saw the show because his uncle worked there. Instead, they made their way to a barbershop, which is a rite of passage for any father and son.
They Used the White Water Fountain at Schwabs!
In an improvised scene (as was the barbershop) Sterling K. Brown and Ron Cephas Jones became Randall and William as they playfully took at hit at how far we've come as a society.
William and Cousin Ricky Move Beyond a Cover Band
William wrote a beautiful and soulful song, taking their band well past covers. But when William's mother called needing him in Pittsburgh, William went and never returned.
You Can Go Home Again
William goes to see Ricky to make amends and return some money he was owed. Randall's presence gives the moment some levity.