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The best place to meet a guy | is the supermarket.
You see a guy holding a list, | you know he's married.
You just walk up | to the cutest guy and say:
"Do you know where I can get nailed? | I mean, nails?
Pardon me, | I've been drinking all afternoon."
And that way he knows, | one, that you're easy...
...and two, that you like to drink.
But in the end, | it did not work out as I had hoped.
I mean, basically, I was told to | take a hike in 14 languages.
Where do you meet people? | I don't know, they're everywhere.
Why, is there a problem?
No. No way, | I'm not going out with this guy.
Just call him. Say hello. | He's in my book club.
They're separated, but he didn't want | to Photoshop her out...
...if you're not interested. | They are in Hawaii.
It's the Four Seasons. | This could be you in the photograph.
Is that why you're all here? | The whole family?
- He's great. | - A beautiful girl like you can't just give up.
There's life after divorce.
Not helping, Dad.
I wish your mother were here, | God rest her soul.
- She'd know what to say. | - "Put on another pot of tea."
- Well, it worked most of the time. | - Who is this?
I have no idea, but if you're interested, | I'll Google him.
Is this it for food in this house, | like, eight crackers?
And what are these? | Are these bananas?
- I think they were at one time. | - I'll take one.
Put a cot in for me, some herbal teas. | I'd like to get a dog, if that's okay?
Marc, don't you have | a friend for Sarah?
- Come on, you must know somebody. | - Not really.
- We'll let that be our fallback, okay? | - Okay.
Don't cover mine.
Divorce is final.
You're a free man.
I don't know if... is the | appropriate sentiment. Four years...
...woman I loved, I got my ass kicked. | - High-five.
Not that kind of moment either.
- Down low? | - Just because I want this to stop.
- Thank you. | - Let Lisa have everything.
No. I mean, really.
Wow, that's a good-looking Cougar.
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