Note: Some of this comes from 'Wedding Bells' as I warned before, it has the same plot so I'm just following what comes next so I hope you all like what I've got up so far.
Henry wanted to take a vacation the next week and wanted to take Arthur with him. He knew he hadn't had a vacation for a while, so now would be the right time to go. On the way to Pizza Hut that night Henry brought up the vacation idea to Arthur.
"Sure, I'd be happy to go along, Henry. Where are we going?" Arthur asked.
"I was going to let you pick the trip this time," Henry told his brother.
"Let me think about it for a while," Arthur said.
"Okay. Let me know when you're done. I'd like to leave next week," Henry said as they parked.
They walked in and gave their order as soon as they were seated and waited for the waiter to write the orders down.
Once the pizza came, Henry sliced the pizza for both.
"What do you want, Arthur? The breadstick? Pizza? Salad? What?" Henry asked his brother.
"The salad would be great to start with, Henry," Arthur said, liking the idea.
Henry and Arthur were the last ones to leave Pizza Hut that night. After leaving Pizza Hut, they went to Arthur's son's house, Arnold, who invited them to see a Clint Eastwood movie.
"I wish I could act in the movies as well as TV. The movies can be fun, you know. Patrick told me I couldn't have a television and movie career at the same time because it was too much money to do both, so he said television would be a bit better," Henry was telling Arnold and Arthur.
"We know you're married to your job, Henry, but you've got to do what they tell you to do," Arthur told Henry.
"Yeah, I guess so," he said.
"Maybe you should watch the Donny and Marie Show, Henry. Maybe you could learn something from that," Arthur told his brother.
"I've seen that show already, Arthur. I don't need to see that show again, but thanks for suggesting it anyway," Henry told his brother.
Henry saw the time read 11:00 when the credits of the movie was over.
"I guess Arthur and I better head home. It's late," Henry told his nephew.
"Why don't you two spend the night here? You can go home in the morning," Arnold suggested.
"Thanks, but we really better get going," Henry said.
"Henry, let's stay here tonight. Let's do what Arnold says. I'm too tired to get in the car," Arthur told Henry, liking Arnold's idea of staying behind for one night.
"Well, if you say so," Henry said.
"So, you want to go to bed now, Arthur? Are you tired yet?" Henry asked Arthur.
"Yes, Henry, I'm tired now. The movie was fun," Arthur said.
"We'll see you in the morning, Arnold. Good - night," Henry said, pushing his brother's wheelchair up to the stairs.
"Good - night, Uncle Henry and Dad. I'll see you in the morning," Arnold said and watched them go up the stairs.