[ Birds chirping ] -Excuse me. A-Are you a fireman here? -Yes, ma’am. -Where do I go
for the birthday setup? -Oh. Uh, just talk to Connie
in the main office. So it’s through that door,
make a left, all the way down. [ Indistinct conversation ] -Which one of you is Connie? -Uh, neither? -Uh, yeah, she stepped
away from her desk. Is there something
that we can help you with? -I have a birthday party
starting here at 4:00 p.m., and I would like to get set up. I just don’t know where. -I can help you with that.
Come on. Follow me. So, uh, listen,
we’ve been pretty busy today with what’s going on
in the city, so… -Mm-hmm. -How old’s
your little whippersnapper? -My son is 10.
-Ah. That’s great. You know what,
I got five kids myself. -Nathan is an only child.
-Okay. Uh, listen. We’re gonna take
good care of you. -Oh! Great. You guys are,
uh, setting up already. Connie, this is, uh…
-Laurel Bonner. -…Laurel, and she is the mom
of the birthday boy. -Uh, I’m already with… -Caitlin.
-…Caitlin, who reserved the common room for a birthday
party this afternoon. -[ Scoffs ]
I’m sorry. What? I made this reservation
months ago. You know what? Can I just speak to, uh,
Hope Jacquinot? -Oh. I just remembered I have
to, um…change the hoses. I-I hope you both have
a joyous celebration. ♪♪♪♪ ♪♪♪♪ -…having his birthday party
right here for the next two hours.
-You can keep talking and talking all you want,
around in circles like you’ve been doing.
-Around in circles? -You like to hear your voice,
honestly. But it doesn’t change the fact
that I have this room also. -Do you have a contract?
When did you do your booking? Because I did mine
3 1/2 months ago. -Oh, a long time ago.
Who does — [ Arguing continues
in distance ] -Connie. Why are there two ladies arguing
in my common room? -Birthday parties booked
on the same day, Chief. I-I’ll take care of it.
-Quickly, Connie. This is not a day
we need a disruption. -Understood. -Uh, how are you going
to take care of it, may I ask? -I’m going to give them both
a piece of my mind. -Oh, okay. Uh, maybe that’s not
the right way to handle this. -Oh, this should be good. -Uh, it’s just, uh, you tend
to go with the honest approach, and by that, I mean you honestly
tell people what’s on your mind. I’ve got a different way to go. ♪♪♪♪ -And I have a contract…
-Excuse me. Excuse me, ladies. If I can just say to both
of you, first and foremost, we at Firehouse 51 are
very sorry about this mix-up. Now, I personally know
how special birthdays are, and when you had
one thing in mind and then it becomes
another thing, it can all get a little pr–
-What is the point of this? -I guess what I’m saying is, why don’t your two little guys
share this birthday party, and we can help you turn it
into one, big celebration? ♪♪♪♪ -What do you say? ♪♪♪♪ -[ Sighs ] Fine. ♪♪♪♪ [ Cheering,
party horns honking ] -Okay! Okay! Is it time for cake? -Yeah!
-Oh! I thought so! Hang on just a second! [ Party horns honking ] [ Laughter ] -Oh, my God! This is perfect! So happy, beautiful. It’s my birthday, and I’m having
it in a firehouse! [ Cheering,
party horns honking ] -Sorry.
What is happening? -This is my little guy. -Let’s do this birthday thing,
Whoo! [ Cheering ] ♪♪♪♪ -Oh! -No! [ Party poppers cracking ]