It's love, isn't it?
Sometimes you walk into a house
and you take one look around,|and you know.
And you say, "This is for me. "
Oh, I think it's perfect.
It's just what|we've been looking for.
There aren't enough plugs.
Hey, wait, Mr. Coleman, now.
was absolutely,|positively loaded with plugs.
That's right.|There were plenty.
But the steps were too high.
When we get older,|we could trip.
I just know what I like.
Would you like a divorce?|'Cause I'll bring it.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.|No need for that.
I don't care how long it takes.
Because at Evers & Evers,
we want you to be happy|forevers and evers.
Oh, excuse me one second.|Let me take this call.
Sorry.|I'm so sorry.
Hello. Evers & Evers|Real Estate. Jim Evers.
Hey, honey. How's it going?|Do they like the house?
Yes, this house is|still available.
Oh, I knew it.
I told you they were|lookie-lous.
Listen, I'm on my way home|to get ready for dinner.
Well, are you preapproved?
Yeah, the reservation's at 7:00,|so don't be late.
00 is perfect.
Let's get together at 7:00,|and we'll go over your offer.
Okay, honey.|I'll see you later.
See what you did?
We love the house.
We do.|We love it.
Well, then, Mrs. Coleman.
Taking that into consideration,
there's only one thing|left to do.
Let's sign some papers.
- Hey.|- Hey.
Lorraine and Gary.
Just like I promised,|here's the offer.
Signed, sealed, and delivered.
Thank you.|Thank you so much.
We are so grateful.
This is a cause for celebration.|Let us buy you a drink.
Oh, no, really, I can't.|My wife's waiting for me.
This is such a big deal for us.|We have to celebrate.
- I really can't. I'm late.|- We insist.
Sir, can I have a ginger ale|over here, please?
Oh, no.|That's not a drink.
Sammy, three Volcanoes.
- Oh, no. No volcanoes.|- They're incredibly smooth.
Oh, we love it here.
We've been coming here|for years.
- It's like Hawaii.|- Yes.
It was fantastic.|Have you been?
I'll go if you sign.|I will go to Hawaii if you sign.
Your anniversary?|Happy anniversary!
Thank you.|Sign that thing here.
# Happy, happy, happy, happy #
Hey, sign this!
It's been a pleasure|doing business with you. Aloha.
Oh, excuse me.|Did I hear you correctly?
Did you just sell their house?
I sure did.
'Cause we're looking to buy.
Honey, forgive me.
Hi, Sara.|My name's Teddy.
I'm sorry I'm late.
Look at what he brought you.
Look at that.|Isn't that pretty?
Oh, you know, you have|a wonderful husband
You're so fortunate!
It's actually Teddy's fault|that I'm late.
He had a little accident|in the backseat,
cotton all over the place,|but I cleaned it up.
It's okay.|I forgive Teddy.
Hey, come on, Sara.|Don't be like that.
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