oh yeah, piss drunk. She stands on a tiny
in the far corner of a half-empty dive bar.
join Charlie and Owen.
That was so good, baby!
I’m serious. You sing like an angel
-- a drunk angel.
Owen and Kate LAUGH.
performance for your blog, what
would you say?
I’d say that, uh...my wife is the
Aw...we need to find you a lady,
Yeah -- I’ve been trying to flirt
with the bartender, but...I can’t
Owen motions to the -
She’s hot! What can’t you tell?
ass. No way would she go for a guy
go talk to her.
I don’t know...forget about it.
(not going to take “no”
for an answer)
I want to buy a gimlet for me and a
double-shot of whiskey for my
brother-in-law ‘cause he’s had a
FEMALE BARTENDER (CONT’D)
Wait -- don’t you wanna know what
happened to him?
He just got back from England --
because he went there for a girl! A
preppy, bitchy girl. Diane
Court...that was her name. He loved
her so much that he went with her
because she had a fellowship or
something. He gave up being a
kickboxer. A kickboxer! *
And she dumped him.
to hear her response, which is -
(caught in the headlights)
And...that’s all Owen’s got.
And he teaches kids at the
kickboxing studio. Oh, they’re so
A lot of ‘em don’t have parents --
so...it’s kinda more than just a
I know it sounds silly, but I feel
responsible for them -- like...
Kate slides down the bar to Charlie.
I think I got him laid.
Sure she just didn’t want to get
into your pants?
Synopsis: Smashed is a 2012 American drama film directed by James Ponsoldt, written by Ponsoldt and Susan Burke, and starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul. Winstead and Paul play a married couple, Kate and Charlie Hannah, both alcoholics. After a series of embarrassing incidents caused by her drinking habit, Kate decides to get sober with the help of a coworker and a sponsor from Alcoholics Anonymous.