Lovely and Amazing


you shouldn't do it.

Maybe you think I'm

not attractive enough

to ever look good

having my picture taken?

I know you think

my arms are flabby.

I'm going

to the bathroom.

Like it?

It costs too much

but I think it's so pretty.

I don't see why

you need it.

Because nothing else picks up

the dark tones in the chair.

There's nowhere

to lie down.

I take them off

if I want to lie down.

Maybe I should

be making pillows.

Any luck

at the gift store?


But I ran

into Debbie Waldman.


Debbie Waldman.

From Emerson.

She used to be

such a loser.

Maybe you should

just get a job.

You know...

a job job.


for your support.

Hi, honey.

Why are you eating

cookies before dinner?

They're the fat-free ones.

Doesn't make any difference.

They're high in calories.


I didn't put them

in her hand.

- You bought them.

- She begged me.


- You're the mother!

- Still.

I thought

these weren't the bad kind.

- Let's go home. Bye.

- Bye.

- Goodnight, sweetheart.

- Goodnight.

- Sweet dreams.

- You too.

I hate my life.

You need

more of one.

Blah, blah!

Arturo stole

my commission today.

Are you serious?

Did you tell him

to f*ck off?

Of course not. I have to work

with him every day.

Well, I would

still tell him.

- Oh my God!

- What?

It's my sister's movie.

She's in the ad.

She doesn't even have

a big part.

Hey, you're in Jane Magazine.

In an ad for your movie.

- Really? It must be tiny.

- No, it's big.

I mean your head is...

is half an inch big.

But it doesn't really

look like you.

I don't think

it's your hair.

Well, whose hair is it?

It's a little

Phyllis Diller-y.

It's frizzy?

No, it's not frizzy.

It's just...

- I don't know. Go buy it.

- I think I'll skip it.

Why are you panting?

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