Tự học tiếng anh qua phim Mom phụ đề song ngữ phần 1 tập 8

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I guess my favorite childhood
memory would be the year my Mom

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– and I lived in Mexico.
– Really? You lived there?

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Well, not on purpose.
It was more of a…

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border crossing situation.

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– Did you lose your passport?
– No, we had plenty of passports.

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Our luggage was the problem.
Anyway, eventually,

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we made it back into
the States. At night.

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– In a row boat.
– Wow.

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Yeah. Wow.Heck of a way to
spend your fifth birthday.

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Also the night I learned to swim.

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– Anyway, what’s your favorite childhood memory?
– Um…

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Oh, you know what? Got to meet Bo Jackson.
I didn’t…

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didn’t really meet him.
Uh, my Dad and I were invited

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to stand on the sidelines at a raider
game. And Bo got chased out of bounds

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and ran right into me.
Broke my collarbone.

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– Nice.
– I like to call it “a football injury”

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– Don’t you like your dinner?
– Oh, yeah, it’s fine.

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– I’m not much of an eater.
– Ah. So, listen, um…

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my college roommate is getting
married next month in Big Sur. And…

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I was thinking maybe
you’d like to go with me.

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– Really?
– Yeah.

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So, like… Kind of a…

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– overnight sort of deal?
– Yeah, yeah. It would be a weekend.

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– At a hotel.
– I know we’re trying to take this slow,

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but, um… I don’t think I can
get them to postpone the wedding

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– and I’d really like to go with you.
– No, no, no.

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It sounds nice.
Kind of a… romantic getaway.

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– Uh… so is that a yes?
– Yeah, sure. I’d love to.

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– Great.
– You going to eat that salmon?

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Thanks.

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– Thanks for dinner.
– Oh, you’re welcome.

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So, I’m going to RSVP for the
wedding. Adam Henchy, plus One-derful.

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– I bet you regret that.
– The second it came out of my mouth.

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So, any food allergies I
should let them know about?

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Uh, just penicillin and vodka.

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– Thank you for being so patient with me.
– Oh, don’t be silly.

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I’m glad we didn’t jump into bed
right away, he lied.

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– One month.
– Right.

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Wait, I should say
that to him. One month.

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Yippee!

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– Good night.
– Good night.

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Oh, damn, my penis just said “yippee.”

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– Roscoe do his homework?
– Yep. How was your date?

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– You really have to ask? It’s 20 after 9:00.
– It was very nice.

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In fact… Adam asked me to go to

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a wedding with him
next month in Big Sur.

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– Would you like me to get you a spoon?
– No, I just wanted a taste.

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– I can’t believe you haven’t slept with this guy yet.
– Mom, please, not in front of Violet.

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Oh, I’m sorry. Did I offend
the delicate sensibilities of my

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– pregnant granddaughter?
– I’m good.

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– Well, if you must know…
– We must.

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I’m sticking to the plan.

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I’m not going to have sex
with him until we know each

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other really well.
Until we have a foundation of trust

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– and respect to build on.
– You’re such a girl.

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I’m a lady. Kiss my ass.

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– Hey, look who’s eating here on his day off.
– Christy. I, uh…

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– I thought this was Richard’s table.
– Richard called in sick.

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And his name is David.
I’ll be your server.

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– Oh… isn’t that great.
– Sorry, I’m late.

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The new masseuse at the club
has no idea what she’s doing.

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– Christy, you remember my wife.
– Of course.

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– Hello, Claudia.
– It’s “Clowdia.”

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Right, sorry. My mouth doesn’t
like to make that shape.

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“Clowdia.”
It’s a lot of work.

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Um, okay, well, I will give
you a minute with the menus.

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<i>Clowdia…</i>

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A penny for your thoughts?

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A thousand dollars for your tushy.

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– What?
– Twelve hundred.

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You really need to go to the
sexual harassment workshop.

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If I go, will you sleep with me?

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I am so sorry.

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– Not as sorry as I am.
– If it’ll help, I’ll move us to another table.

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Oh, no, no… you are going
to stay right where you are.

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And I am going to serve dinner to your

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wife and you are gonna
tip me 40 percent.

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– That sounds fair.
– And a month from now you are going

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to give me the weekend off so
I can go away with my new boyfriend.

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– You’re seeing someone? Is it serious?
– You’re married! Is it serious?!

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Sorry.
FYI, we don’t have any water or bread yet.

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Take your time.

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Uh, hello? You okay in there?

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– No.
– Well…

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You gonna be long? ‘Cause I’m
fighting a losing battle here.

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– Hold on.
– Oh. Claudia.

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– Clowdia.
– I’m sorry.

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– Are you all right?
– I’m fine, thank you.

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Can I tell you a secret?

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That you drink $800 bottles
of wine on the toilet?

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– My husband’s cheating on me.
– Wow.

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That is a secret.
Here.

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And the worst part is, he’s
just doing it to get back at me.

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– What’d you do?
– Oh, I slept with his step-father.

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– You’re kidding.
– Once… I was drunk, he was tall.

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– Drunk and tall, I’ve made that mistake.
– I just can’t for the life of

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me understand what kind
of loser would allow herself

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– to be violated by my husband.
– Probably some dumb whore.

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– Right?
– The important thing is…

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as long as you love your husband,

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you can still make your marriage work.

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– You’re really sweet, Christy.
– Thank you.

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Don’t forget to wash your
hands before you touch my food.

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<i>Son of a bitch!</i>

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I just have to say, ever
since I stopped drinking, I look

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better, I have more energy,
I sleep better, I’ve lost weight,

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I’m making more money and best
of all, I have this wonderful,

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deep sense that every day is a miracle
and I am a blessed child of god.

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Anybody buying this crap?

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Anybody? All right, you’re up.

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Thank you, Bonnie.
Hi, I’m Christy. I’m an alcoholic.

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<i>All: Hi, Christy.</i>

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Um, I just want to say that it’s
really nice being at a women’s

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meeting where I can talk about
what’s going on in my life

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without feeling judged. Or hit on.

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I mean, for the most part.

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Anyway, I’m six months sober.
Feeling pretty good in general.

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Still struggling with the
whole relationship thing.

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Um, I’ve been dating this really
great guy. And…

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you know, taking my sponsor’s advice…

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going slow, not jumping
into bed with him right away.

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But the problem is, the longer I don’t
sleep with him, the more nervous I am

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about sleeping with him. And I just
agreed to go away with him for the weekend,

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<i> and I know we’re going to do it
and I’m kind of freaking out because</i>

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<i>I don’t think I’ve ever had
sex with anybody I care about</i>

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<i>without being at least partially
drunk and/or high. </i>

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<i>And I might be using
food as a substitute.</i>

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– How about this for the wedding?
– Nah. Doesn’t fit.

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– I don’t know what happened.
– I have a clue.

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All right, let’s forget
about the event ensemble

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for a moment and talk
about the event ensemble.

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– What about it?
– What’s the plan? You going to wear

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some lingerie or just throw
your dress up over your head

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– and say, “have at it?”
– I don’t know, Mom. It’s a nice hotel,

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I just thought I’d throw on one of their robes.

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Seriously? You make the guy wait
three months to open the present

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and you’re going wrap it in terry cloth?
He’s gonna feel like

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– he’s doing it with a hand towel.
– Okay. Here. Teddy, nightie,

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– thong, thong, thong. Happy?
– Forgive me for trying to help.

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Sorry, I’m just… a little
freaked out about this trip.

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Oh, sweetie, listen. If this
is too much for you, remember…

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it’s not too late to call him,
cancel, break his heart and die alone.

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I do enjoy our talks, Mother.

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Oh, I almost forgot.
I got you a little something.

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– Strawberry lube?
– Sorry, they were out of ham flavored.

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– Thanks.
– Do not eat it in the car.

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Thanks for taking care
of Roscoe for the weekend.

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No problem.
We’re going to have

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– a lot of fun.
– Come here, give me a hug.

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– Be a good boy.
– I will.

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Listen to your dad. Unless it’s
against your better judgment.

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– Okay. – I love you.
– I love you, too.

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Go wait in the car, I’ll be right out.
Thanks for letting me

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– have this time with him.
– Oh, happy to do it. Just don’t feed him

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– A lot of crap.
– I won’t.

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– No scary movies.
– Of course not.

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– I don’t want him around your friends.
– Got it.

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– Okay, have fun.
– How?!

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Anything happens to Roscoe, I’m
going to hunt you down and kill you.

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Could have just said “bye.”

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Oh, hey. You must be “Big Sur.”

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– Uh, yeah, I guess.
– All right. Up top.

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– We’re tunnel buddies.
– “Tunnel buddies”?

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Yeah, I’m Christy’s ex.
Makes us… tunnel buddies.

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Oh. Oh.
No, I see. Actually, we’re not

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“buddies” just yet.
She and I are taking it slow.

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Wow. Really?
I hit that the first night.

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– Well, it was so nice to meet you.
– Likewise.

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Oh, Big Sur… when it does
happen, you’re going to love it.

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Love. It.

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<i>- Christy: Could somebody get the door?
– Bonnie: Hang on!</i>

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– Hello.
– Oh, look at you.

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Like a puppy.
Come on in. Come on.

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– I’m Bonnie, Christy’s mom.
– Oh, pleasure to meet you.

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– Adam Henchy.
– I know. Christy, he’s here,

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he’s adorable,
I can’t believe you waited.

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– I’m almost done packing I’ll be right there.
– Oh, no hurry.

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You’re talking to my mother…
Believe me there’s a hurry.

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– Let me introduce you to the rest
of the family. – Yes.

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– This is Christy’s daughter, Violet.
– Violet, yes. Finally.

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– I’ve heard so much about you.
– Hey.

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Don’t take it personal.
She’s not very nice.

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– And this is her boyfriend, Luke.
– Hi.

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Oh, good luck This weekend.
I am pulling for you.

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Don’t stand too close, he’ll impregnate you.
So, Adam, big trip, huh?

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Uh, yeah.
My college roommate’s getting married.

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– That’s not what I’m talking about.
– What are you talking about?

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You know what I’m talking about.

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I don’t want to talk about
what you want to talk about.

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She’s going to tell me everything
when she gets back anyway.

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Christy, help!

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– Whatever she said, I’m sorry.
– It was nice to meet you.

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– Just keep walking.
– Okay.

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Ladies first.

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– You bring your bathing suit?
– Huh? What? No.

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– Oh, damn, I’m nervous.
– About what?

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Really? You’re going
to make me say it?

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– No. I’m just as nervous.
– Well, I find that if

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you talk about your fears,
you take away their power.

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– Yeah, I find that, too.
– All right, well, then,

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let’s just put everything on the
table, yeah? We’ve been seeing each

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other for three months,
and sometime tonight,

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we are going to have sex
for the very first time.

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Woo! There. I said it.

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– I feel better. How about you?
– Oh, yeah.

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– Beautiful wedding, huh?
– Yeah. – You know, they met

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– on a dating website.
– No kidding.

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Yep. First date, they fell into bed with

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each other and they’ve been
all over each other ever since.

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That explains why she
grabbed his ass at the altar.

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– Right.
– So, what do you feel like doing?

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Really?
You’re going to make me say it?

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00:15:42,134 –> 00:15:45,309
– I’ll be right back.
– Okay.

214
00:15:51,429 –> 00:15:55,187
– My friends really liked you.
– I liked them, too.

215
00:15:55,229 –> 00:15:57,931
Yeah?
Uh, what’d you think of the band?

216
00:15:57,966 –> 00:16:00,724
– They were okay.
– Where’d you learn

217
00:16:00,743 –> 00:16:04,579
To dance like that?
– Oh, believe it or not… boy scout camp.

218
00:16:04,614 –> 00:16:06,914
– Really?
– That’s right, yeah. One of my scout leaders

219
00:16:06,984 –> 00:16:11,167
Used to dance on broadway.
He taught us guys everything.

220
00:16:11,202 –> 00:16:14,234
The waltz, the salsa, the tango.

221
00:16:14,269 –> 00:16:16,516
Some of the parents
actually got really upset.

222
00:16:16,806 –> 00:16:21,366
Kind of like footloose.

223
00:16:23,319 –> 00:16:26,579
How you-how you doing in there?

224
00:16:26,614 –> 00:16:28,939
– Almost.
– Oh, you know.

225
00:16:29,035 –> 00:16:33,559
I think there’s a full
moon tonight.

226
00:16:35,793 –> 00:16:38,823
– Christy!
– Oh. Hey.

227
00:16:39,523 –> 00:16:41,825
What are you doing?

228
00:16:41,860 –> 00:16:45,988
– Um… I’m running away.
– Why?

229
00:16:46,078 –> 00:16:52,954
– I’m just not ready to have sex with you.
– Get in here.

230
00:16:53,018 –> 00:16:57,801
– Are you out of your mind?
– Uh, maybe. Yeah.

231
00:16:57,832 –> 00:17:03,278
– Why didn’t you just say something?
– Oh, I thought it’d be easier to just…

232
00:17:03,337 –> 00:17:09,561
crawl through the bathroom
window, shimmy down a drainpipe

233
00:17:09,601 –> 00:17:13,848
– and take a bus home.
– You thought that’d be easier?

234
00:17:13,889 –> 00:17:16,323
Oh, come on, don’t make me defend it.

235
00:17:16,324 –> 00:17:18,758
All right, fine.
Just tell me the truth.

236
00:17:18,812 –> 00:17:22,383
Is the problem me? Is it that
you just don’t want to be with me?

237
00:17:22,407 –> 00:17:28,594
No, you’re terrific. The
problem is me. I’m just too scared.

238
00:17:28,629 –> 00:17:34,033
Oh, Christy. Come here.
There’s nothing to be scared of.

239
00:17:34,519 –> 00:17:37,569
– Yeah, there is.
– Name three things.

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00:17:39,105 –> 00:17:43,049
Number one… you see me
naked and there’s a couple of

241
00:17:43,107 –> 00:17:47,198
tattoos that will need
explaining. Number two…

242
00:17:47,470 –> 00:17:50,781
Should we start out simple,
guy on top, or do we go straight

243
00:17:50,844 –> 00:17:54,962
for Cirque du Soleil? Number three…
sounds. Should they be real,

244
00:17:55,077 –> 00:17:58,152
or should they be, “ooh, baby,
ooh, baby”? Number four…

245
00:17:58,183 –> 00:18:01,310
– Oh-oh, that’s fine. Just wanted three.
– No, no, no, no.

246
00:18:01,327 –> 00:18:04,888
I’m just getting started.
Ooh, here’s a good one… what if you can’t do it?

247
00:18:04,896 –> 00:18:07,546
Who ends up crying in
the shower, me or you?

248
00:18:08,635 –> 00:18:10,748
Probably me.

249
00:18:11,396 –> 00:18:15,447
– I’m telling you, we’re doomed.
– Wow.

250
00:18:16,358 –> 00:18:18,919
I’ve disappointed a few women
in my life, but this is my first

251
00:18:18,994 –> 00:18:23,162
– Doomsday scenario.
– Listen.

252
00:18:25,336 –> 00:18:27,729
The reason I’m not ready
to have sex with you

253
00:18:28,072 –> 00:18:32,991
is because I’m still figuring
out who I am, and until I do…

254
00:18:33,303 –> 00:18:40,654
– I don’t think I can be in a relationship.
– So, what does that mean?

255
00:18:42,898 –> 00:18:46,376
It means we take a break.

256
00:18:46,378 –> 00:18:52,240
– So, what, we’ll just be, like, friends?
– Yeah. Friends.

257
00:18:52,275 –> 00:18:59,031
Oh, god. How do I always wind up being
friends with hot chicks? Unbelievable.

258
00:19:00,755 –> 00:19:07,313
– I’m sorry.
– That’s okay.

259
00:19:09,088 –> 00:19:11,901
All right,
friend. What do you say,

260
00:19:11,903 –> 00:19:16,071
you hungry? Want to
get some room service?

261
00:19:16,073 –> 00:19:22,560
– No, actually, I’m not hungry at all.
– Yeah, well, I’m starving.

262
00:19:22,595 –> 00:19:26,142
Hi, could you connect me
with room service, please?

263
00:19:26,405 –> 00:19:32,314
Oh, Adam, don’t use food
to cover up your feelings.

264
00:19:32,703 –> 00:19:34,939
Shut up.

265
00:19:48,438 –> 00:19:54,624
– Hello, Christy.
– Oh, hi. What a surprise.

266
00:19:54,659 –> 00:19:58,233
– We need to talk.
– We do?

267
00:19:58,250 –> 00:20:03,340
– Yes, we do. May I come in?
– Yeah, sure.

268
00:20:03,908 –> 00:20:07,013
Bonnie: I was wrong. I’d like
to have sex in a hotel bathrobe.

269
00:20:10,048 –> 00:20:14,754
Mom, this is “Clowdia.”
Gabriel’s wife.

270
00:20:14,811 –> 00:20:20,768
Oh, well.
Isn’t it, uh, nice to meet you.

271
00:20:21,872 –> 00:20:26,141
– Hello.
– Got your back.

272
00:20:30,672 –> 00:20:35,808
– So… what’s up?
– I confronted Gabriel about the affair.

273
00:20:36,736 –> 00:20:42,474
– Really? What did he say?
– He denied it. He said it was

274
00:20:42,536 –> 00:20:46,638
all in my imagination because
I have a drinking problem.

275
00:20:46,718 –> 00:20:50,389
And… do you believe him?

276
00:20:51,871 –> 00:20:56,237
– I do, I’m a mess.
– Yes, you are!

277
00:20:57,349 –> 00:20:59,858
– Can you help me?
– Yes, I can!

278
00:21:00,543 –> 00:21:03,587
– Wait, why me?
– Gabriel said you’re a huge alcoholic

279
00:21:03,665 –> 00:21:07,454
– and it wrecked your life.
– He’s right again!

280
00:21:08,070 –> 00:21:09,508
Bring it on in, sloppy.

281
00:21:09,600 –> 00:21:11,216
<i>O.M.G.! Yeah!</i>

282
00:21:11,310 –> 00:21:14,500
Bonnie: Aw, I wanted to hit her.

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