Remember Sunday

Synopsis: A lonely, down-on-her-luck waitress meets a handsome, quirky jewelry store clerk and thinks that maybe, finally, she's met Mr. Right. The more Molly (Alexis Bledel) gets to know Gus (Zachary Levi), the more she's intrigued by him. But she's also mystified. Gus is absent-minded, preoccupied. Is he hiding something? The short answer is: yes. He's reluctant to share with her that since suffering a brain aneurysm, he's totally lost his short-term memory. Every day is a brand new day, his life starts anew. Every day he sees Molly he struggles to remember who she is and what she represents. Every day, he has to fall in love with her all over again.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Jeff Bleckner
  1 nomination.
96 min


Good mornin', New Orleans!

It's a beautiful day in the crescent city!

Well, good morning, Mike! It is going to be

a beautiful day. Oh, did you see...

You are in New Orleans

Read Me Every Morning

Breakfast with Jerry

Addie Mae's Oak Street

- Hi! Ha, ha, ha, ha.

- Hey, how you doin' today? Good morning.

How's it goin'? It's good to see you.

Right on time!

Monday, May 28th, 7:22 AM.

Gonna be... sunny and humid. A

light breeze, outta the west.

Mild headache. Gotta meet Jerry at 8:20.

OK, what else is new?

Come on, Molly, pick up. I know you're there.

You're standing by the machine,

you're flipping your Pez.

Please, look, I'm sorry. I'll make it up to you.

Please, pick up the phone.

- Uh, uh, uh! Don't you dare.

- He's sorry.

- They're always sorry.

- He wants me to make it up to me.

- By letting him do it again?

- ...or call me, whatever!

- No! Jolene!

Look, forget about him! Forget about

all men like him. You can do better.

- Aren't you gonna be late for work?

- Oh!

My keys, where are my keys?

- It was good in the beginning.

- It's always good at the beginning.

Haven't you figured that out yet?

Oh, of course!

It couldn't be helped. It was...

- A car thing?

Actually, nothing went wrong

with the car this time, it was...

- Towed?

- Well...


Yes! Uh... I brought flowers!

- I got flowers.

- You got plastic flowers...

And can we be straight for a second,

customers hate them. I hate them.

And if you were being completely

honest, you'd say you hate them, too.

Ugh, gum! Perfect.

That's so gross!

- Hi! Are you ready to order?

- Ummm, uh.

- Ummm, in your bag, maybe?

- Smart thinking. Y-yes, yes... yes!

- Oh, missed it.

- Is that a horse?

Uhhh, that's a, that's an elephant. The...

trunks are kinda hard... to...

- So, what'll you have?

- Food, yeah, right!

- You need a minute?

- I would love a minute. Yeah, thank you, Molly.

Still waitin' on Jerry, on my fourth cup

of coffee here at, uh, Addie Mae's.

Good coffee. Make a note to come back.

Should be clear tonight. Venus visible...

I hope so.

Right now, I'm looking at some fresh flowers.

Smell good! Sweet.

- I wonder what kind they are?

- Ha!

Yeah, make a note: Addie Mae's.

Definitely come back.

- Gus?!

- Hmm?

- Anybody in here named Gus?

- Yeah, that's me.

- You got a phone call.

- It's over here.

- OK. Thank you.

Thank you! Hello?

Hey! Jerry!

No, yeah, I mean I got your missed call,

but I got to the phone right as it was...

you know, missing it... I do... I don't...

it just said missed call so...

Interferometer gravitation. Hmm.

Tuesday. Breakfast with Jerry at the

new location. Smile at strangers.

Uh, yeah, I'll talk to you soon. OK, bye.

- Here you go.

- Oh! Thank you.

- Uh, that's actually all for you. Yeah.

- Oh. Thank you.

- How was everything?

- Uhhh, wonderful.


- Uh, Freesias.

- Huh?

- Uh, the flowers? They're... they're called Freesias.

Oh, huh, OK. Bye.


- Mornin', Ardis.

- Mr. Gus, here I am thinkin', for once he's gonna be...

- Late?

- But you never are.

- Sam's in back, he needs to talk to you.

- Oh, uh... I like your haircut.

Why, thank you... Gus, but

my appointment's at noon.

Right, what I meant is, your hair looks

great, so... don't let'em change it too much.

- Hey, Sam. You OK?

- Yeah.

No, uh, I'm missing a stone, that

nice blue diamond. Have you seen it?

I think you were cleaning it the other day.

Gus, you were the last one to have it.

Never mind, we'll find it. Listen, Mrs.

Bing needs her brooch soon.

- Can you get to it?

- Mrs. Bing?

Mrs. Bing is the lady who uses too much perfume.

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