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It's a great pleasure-
It's a great pleasure-
It's a great pleasure|to have all of you here today.
I'll tell you why. It's not|that I'm against tradition.
"Go for it, Ben.
Last night of freedom, Ben. "
Last night of freedom|for what?
Which is what I told|my best friend Alan.
I didn't want any strippers.|I didn't wanna get lucky.
All right. Quiet!
All right. I'm not payin' tor that.|It already was chipped.
We're here to, uh, wish Ben|good luck and good riddance...
And, uh, hey, you know what.
Knowing Ben, I'd have|to say that he's probably,
- uh, one of the most loyal guys that I've ever met,|- Like a dog!
and, uh, monogamous.
And so this is probably|gonna be the last time...
that you're gonna spend|in a room with your friends...
and a n-n-naked woman...
other than your wife, man!
But then you're gonna be missin'|Juanita, the bull tamer!
You don't have to do this.
You really don't|have to do this.
How did this happen? Hmm?
What's the ditterence|how it happened?
- I wanna know how it happened.|- It happened.
It makes a difterence|to me.
Mom, can we please|not talk about this now?
What is it you don't|want to talk about?
- Alan, shut up.|- Okay.
- Come into the hall.|- What is in the hall?
A vending machine.|Come on, butchki.
- Who's hungry? I'm buying.|- All hours ot the night-
This is insane.
It was spicy, all right,|but it wasn't tood.
- Butchki!|- What?
Richard, you are|the silliest old tart.
Grandpa, what came over you?
- Hey.|- Ben.
- You all right?|- Ben.
She was the most|beautitul woman I ever saw.
What about Nana?
Did you ever take a good look|at your grandmother?
Woman looked like Tolstoy.
I was never|attracted to her.
Oh, maybe in the beginning,
because she was the only woman|I'd ever been with.
Well, you know, that's great.|That's, uh- That's loyalty.
Loyalty? It's fear.
Did you ever teel her arms, her-
What it would be like|to hold them and to-
- Okay.|- Touch them and to-
- That's-|- Smell them.
Grandma smelled. She had|a very distinct smell. It was a-
Listen to me.
Don't tie yourselt down.
Even if you love|a woman, it tades.
Marriage is a prison.
Could I help you out?|Here we go.
- You just passed my room.|- Sorry.
- Hi, sweetie.|- Honey.
- How's he doing?|- He's stable.
- You know, physically, at least.|- Great.
What do you expect? He's an 80-year-old|man with high blood pressure...
- It didn't pan out. It's not funny.|- It's not funny.
- Be serious.|- There's something I want to do.
Think my next husband|will get a kick out of it.
Oh, that's nice.|Okay.
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