Bad Night

Synopsis: When Kate and Abby are mistaken for famous art thieves, their fun night out quickly goes from good to bad.
Production: GRB Entertainment Inc.
  1 nomination.
92 min

Actually, it is meaningless.

Your love is meaningless.

Sweetheart, we know we

said we would pay for it

if you got into NYU,

even if you didn't

get the track scholarship

you didn't get,

but turns out we didn't mean it.

Is that bad?

We don't have the... we

can't afford it.

We don't have the...

we're not liquid.

W-wait. What do you mean?

Your father blew all

of our money on another one

of his stupid business ideas.

A dating web site

for pets is a great idea.

Liz, you even said,

"That's a great idea."

No. Pets don't know how

to use a keyboard.

That is the dumbest idea I...

Do you realize this is

exactly what happened

last time with the car?

Bees were supposed

to go extinct.

That was gonna be a cash cow.

Read the Internet.

Look. You don't even

know what you want to do.

Why don't you just take

a year or two off, travel,

you know, go abroad? That's

what I did after high school.

Loved it. Totally found myself.

- That costs money, too.

- Not that much.

I always found a place to

crash for a night or two.

Got it. Thanks, guys.


She'll be OK, right?

Probably not.

Hey. Thank God.

I was gonna kill you

if you didn't show up.

Let's get today over with.

I hate it already.

I'm sorry.

Do you guys have

difficult lives?

Try living

on a teacher's salary, OK?

It feels like my jeans are

made out of Tupperware.



Morning, people!

Bear, you're late.

It's Saturday. I overslept.

Unrelated statements.

How are you this bitchy on a...

Saturday morning?

Everybody on the bus.

- What's up, Bear?

- What's up, my man?

Go on, brother.

Voldemort's in the house.

- Hi.

- Morning.

- My brother!

- Yeah!

- Morning, Bear.

- Boo.

- Hi.

- Good to see you.

I got one free

ticket to hugtown.

- Do you want it?

- Rain check.

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