Yes, may I help you? I used to live here. Won’t you come in? It’s the least I can do. Is it like you remember? Cleaner. Well, you feel free
to look around while I get the water boiling. “Your hair is winter fire… …January embers.” “My heart burns there, too.” [chuckles] -There you go.
-Thank you. Now, some music. ♪♪♪ There. I do apologize. It gets so very hot here
this time of year. It’s fine. Well, you feel like you
could just about die. [chuckles] But you know what they say
about Derry? Hmm? No one who dies here
ever really dies. But tell me, how is it
being back in Derry? It’s good. Strange. Strange? Oh, my! I had some cookies in the
oven before you came. Stay right there. I shouldn’t impose.
I’m gonna… No. No, no, no, no, no.
I insist. ♪♪♪ Your photos are lovely,
Mrs. Kersh. Are these your family? My father came
to this country with $14 in his pocket. What did he do, Mrs. Kersh? My father joined the circus. ♪♪♪ I was always
daddy’s little girl. What about you? Are you still his
little girl, Beverly? Are you? [screams] This meeting of the
Losers’ Club has officially begun. ♪♪♪ We can do this,
but we have to stick together. ♪♪♪ [laughing] [laughing] [laughing] [gasps] Hello. [laughter]