Veronika: My sister and her family have lived in New York for like eight years now. She took care of me when I was a little kid because my parents were working.
Shaunya: Every Sunday I cook and so my uncle calls me, and he'll be like, hey, whatcha [sp] making?
Tom: Nobody meets in bars anymore, but I met my wife in a bar, and you know, 34 years later still working.
Evan: My grandma had a lot of costumes from a theater that she started. When we were kids we'd dress up in those costumes and we'd put on little sketches for the family.
Allison: In my whole life, I've always felt like we were like a team, my brother and I. I think there's nobody who can understand you quite like your family.
Evan: That's my cousin.
Veronika: That's really weird.
Shaunya: [inaudible] .
Evan: I know she's not homeless. Yeah, cause I just hung out with her a couple weeks ago, but I mean, I did not know that that person when I was walking by was her.
Veronika: It's, you know when things are a lot more real? Then you expect, so.There may be small errors in this transcript.