Hi, Bonnie, married alcoholic.
Is she gonna say that every time?
I heard that and yes.
Because here's the thing:
I'm sharing that the program works.
I am going on a honeymoon.
I am. Okay?
This former junkie is gonna spend seven days
and six nights with her husband in a lake house.
On a lake.
Of course, Marjorie tried to ruin it by saying,
"Make sure you go to a meeting."
And I said, "The only thing that's gonna be meeting is
me and my husband's naughty parts."
Anyway, I won't be here next week.
I expect it will affect attendance,
and for that I apologize.
extremely single alcoholic.
But I can also tell you this program works
because while she's on her honeymoon,
I am being put in charge of her husband's bar.
An entire building filled with alcohol,
and I will be its queen.
There was a time you couldn't leave me alone
with half a light beer that had a cigarette floating in it.
I am so proud of me.
I'd tell you guys to come and check me out,
but it's a bar, so... feels a bit inapro-pro.
That's all I got.
You already shared.
I know, but I didn't mention that I have a boyfriend.
Hi. Jill, alcoholic with a boyfriend.
Okay, you go.
Hi. Tammy, alcoholic.
Just got on Tinder.
So far, it's been mildly disturbing.
I just got passed over for a temporary promotion
at the bar where I work.
Now, some might call it nepotism,
but I choose to believe
it's because I'm simply too valuable in my current position.
That's called self-esteem,
and it's not something you get just because your mom married the bar owner.
Am I allowed to say this place is amazing
if I'm the one who picked it out?
Well, I picked you out, and I say you're amazing every day.
A bearskin rug!
Tell me doing it on a dead bear is not on your bucket list.
A bowl of apples. Super friggin' classy.
Hey, and they're real.
They're not good, but they're real.
Babe, this place is incredible.
Oh, honey, look at us.
We're on our honeymoon, and the setting is so perfect.
And, oh, my God!
There's a family of deer
grazing on what can only be described as a meadow.
Pants off. We're mounting the bear.
好 团队 听好了
All right, team. Listen up.
As you guys know,
Adam left me in charge of the bar this week.
We know 'cause she's told us eight times.
And here's the deal:
I have not been able to get my mom and Adam
a proper wedding gift because Visa recently invited me
to stop using my credit card.
So, my wedding gift
is going to be to give this bar back to Adam
with amazing improvements in efficiency and profitability.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
But okay, I'm not in charge.
Do we have a chain of command issue here?
Sorry, boss...'s stepdaughter.
I am going to run this bar a bit smarter.
and the alcoholic part of me dies when I say this--
we make our drinks too strong.
So, I am implementing the one-two-three-four pour.
To get exactly an ounce into a cocktail,
you pour and count.
One, two, three, four.
And what should I count to if I ever want the customers to come back?
Hey, Rick, what's with the pushback?
Is it 'cause she's a woman?
I'm not gonna answer that truthfully
with four women in the room.
over-pouring by even a quarter of an ounce
can cost up to ten drinks per bottle.
Bam! Guess who did her homework!
Our tiny little leader!
Thanks for coming over to my side.
I didn't. I just really hate Rick.
This is awesome.
It's the most peaceful place I've ever been.
God, I hate those sunglasses.
Why did he wait till our honeymoon
to break out the hideous ladies eyewear?
All that's missing is a sun hat and a tiny Chihuahua.
Where'd you get those sunglasses?
-商场 很靓吧 -嗯
- The mall. Aren't they great? - Mm-hmm.
Got two pair, in case anything happens to these.
There goes that plan.
Stop picking on him. He's a great guy
who loves you more than anyone ever has.
Holy crap, he's a book chuckler.
I'm staring down the barrel of 50 years with a book chuckler.
I should throw myself off this deck right now.
Oh, come on. Stop.
Look at the view.
Clear blue sky.
A little noisy.
Stupid tiny waves.
Shut up, lake.
What is wrong with me?
I'm in the perfect place with the perfect man,
and all I can think about is,
"How far do I have to swim out into that lake
before I can't make it back?"