You're right. I am insane. I
am insane and I'm responsible.
A very, very good combination.
I am not an animal.
I am not an animal. I will not
sleep in the garage.
Just come to bed. Come on.
(sitting down on
I apologize, okay? But don't
call me names.
You know what names. Calling me
responsible is saying what? That
I'm closed up. I'm old. I'm
stodgy. That's not fair. I
don't like the way things are any
more than anybody else does but
what am I supposed to do? I'm
trying. What about you? You're
as responsible as I am. Personnel
not the most irresponsible job in
the world. Go hire anyone you
if you did that? How much freedom
do you have? We're all in the
same boat. We're trying to make
something of ourselves and it's
You're very upset. I'm sorry I
used that word.
No, I'm glad you used that word.
to get better. They're going to
You always say that.
Yes, but this time it's different.
employee, I'm a Vice President.
I'll be my own boss. I'll have
a piece of the company. You see
what I mean? I can be more
irresponsible because I'll be in
a position of responsibility.
That makes sense, doesn't it?
I don't know. I guess it does.
Lost in America (1985)
Synopsis: Lost in America is a 1985 satirical road comedy film directed by Albert Brooks and co-written by Brooks with Monica Johnson. The film stars Brooks alongside Julie Hagerty as a married couple who decide to quit their jobs and travel across America.