That's good for business.
That's a hell of a move, darling.
- Thanks, Mom.
- Maybe take your hair down.
- Scott came to see us yesterday.
What does that have to do with my hair?
Did he come and get his belt sander?
No. He came to get our blessings.
He is so awesome. What a dreamboat.
You get everything.
Nobody gets everything, Brenda. You hang in there.
- Yeah, it does.
You notice anything... different?
Maybe how you're feeling today
or how I'm feeling today?
Nah, I got the... got the...
Oh, you got the new Bluetooth Oakleys.
Oh, that's exciting.
It is exciting. But guess who had to pay
for them? Me. Can you believe that?
- Oh, that's so not right.
- Well, it's the principle.
We shouldn't have to pay to do our jobs.
from controlling eye contact
Got your shift covered. Don't worry
- Right now?
- Right now.
- Where we going?
- Only the best restaurant in town.
- No way.
- Yeah, The Fancy Gondola.
- So cool.
- It's right there.
All these people, most of them are like lawyers,
- and professionals, and judges, and stuff.
day you skated up to my motorcycle.
And our eyes met.
Excuse me, do you know how long it's gonna be?
Yeah, about 25 minutes, tops.
- I don't mind if you eat while I work.
- Let's just move to another table.
No, no, we're not moving. They
don't have anything else.
This is the best table. It's the Gondola table.
- It's the Gondola table.
- It's romantic.
- It's very romantic.
- Took me two weeks to get it.
Alice, I love you for who you are.
I planned this with your restaurant. I
don't know why this is all happening.
construction during all of this?
This is outrageous. I can't-I
can't believe this. This is...
- No, it's not, Scotty. Go, go.
Alright, we're very sorry, sir.
Just bear with us another minute.
Oh, it's too tight.
I mean, it's perfect. I mean, my finger's too big.
Yes, yes, I will marry you.
From the bottom of my heart...
It's imbedded deep in the forward
part of the left front lobe.
We have to be extremely careful, or
Wait! She has no insurance. Shut it down.
Thank you, Arlene. You're an angel.
You have to operate. This is an emergency.
Emergency. That's a very interesting word.
bleeding, that's an emergency.
This girl's not bleeding. She can
get up and walk right out of here.
Might be an emergency, in a week
or a month, but not today. Also...
I am sick and tired of uninsured
25-year-olds coming in here,
and expecting our services, for free.
Plus, we're liable, which means
Why don't you just file a lawsuit
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