I Love You Both

Synopsis: Krystal and her twin brother confront twenty-eight years of codependency when they start dating the same guy.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
90 min

Or not quit, but find other

avenues for... um, success?

- Well, I think that's...

- Yeah, we don't know, right?

That's why

I got a business degree.

She did.

- And I'm so thankful for it.

- Ugh, me too.

Because, see, whereas you

are so specialized you only,

got a degree in music,

if that makes any sense,

whereas I kind of have mobility.

But it's good about the manager,


That's a light

at the end of the tunnel.

It really is, yeah.

I guess, for you at this point.

I'm just thinking, thinking,

got it.

I just remembered

I have a friend

who studied tuba

in school and now he's making

all the music

for iPhone commercials.

We could slip his number to you

if and when the manager

doesn't really pan out.

He's always looking for interns

and he is, of course...

Much younger than you are.

Would that be weird, no?

You could work

for a 16-year-old, right?

- He's gorgeous.

- Oh...

- I agree.

- And very strict.

Do you mind if I cut your face?

Oh my god, oh.

- Ah, that's funny.

- Oh, I'm gonna do it.

I'm gonna do it, oop, oop, oop.

Oh, I did it.

Sorry, face.

That's funny.

Uh, you come here a lot?

- What do you mean, the house?

- Mm-hmm.

No, Marina invited me.

- Did you meet online?

- No, I don't do online dating.

Oh yeah, no, me neither.

I've never even heard of that.

I, uh, just made it up.


You look just like my

grandpa's old neighbor, Gus.

Uh, okay.

Yeah, it's uncanny.

Is Gus, like, 70?

- Nope, he's dead.

- Oh, wow, perfect, thank you.

Yeah, he was the best though.

He made his own

salt water Taffy.

- Oh, Taffy, nice.

- Yeah.

- Yeah, good old, old Taffy Gus.

- Krystal:

That is, uh,

sounds a lot creepier

than I thought

it was gonna sound. Yeah.


- Oh, uh-oh.

- Uh-oh, what?

Oh, I think I have to save

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