That's very nice, Bonnie.
I'm a frickin' miracle.
You know what?
You know what, forget it.
But I got to tell you,
this is just like when we were kids.
You always loved Tammy and you hated me.
I never hated you.
Then why did Tammy get all the special treatment?
I may have given extra attention to Tammy
because she came from such a difficult situation.
So did I.
This was my ninth foster home.
But it was Tammy's first.
And it was right after the incident.
Well, I had incidents, too.
Plenty of 'em.
But your father didn't kill your mother.
I assumed that you knew.
Oh, she never spoke to me about it either.
The social worker told me.
She was so fragile when she came here.
I needed to make an extra effort
so she knew she was loved.
All this time,
I thought you just didn't like me.
Oh, I guess that wasn't fair to you.
Well, I will say, you didn't make it easy.
Any time I reached out to you,
you had your walls up pretty high.
I eventually just made sure
that you had a roof over your head
and food on your plate and...
clothes on your back.
I'd argue with you, but I was...
well, let's say a handful.
By the time I got to you,
you just looked like the rest of 'em to me.
Well, for what it's worth,
it sounds like you have made a great life for yourself.
I am proud of you, Bonnie.
Why don't I get you a hot chocolate.
I want to take these onion rings home with me
and do terrible things to them.
Dip it in sauce.
At the same time?
Just do it.
We should bottle this.
We'd make millions.
We'll call it ran-barbe-tard.
Andy taught me the magic of the triple dip.
Mmm. You really liked him, didn't you?
It was the first time I was with a guy
and didn't once think about my ex.
It's been so long since I've felt like that about anyone.
I do find it odd that you're so, so, so,
so single all the time.
you're pretty, you're smart,
Do you want to go out with me?
Check back in a year.
What are you doing?
Putting it in my phone.
Lesbian, question mark."
Should we get out of here?
Yeah. Let's go see a movie or something.
Okay. I'll get this.
You get the popcorn.
This turned out to be a pretty good night.
I know. I had fun.
Screw those guys, right?
Not even if I was still drinking.
We're so sorry. Dane's car wouldn't start.
-没事 没关系的 -没事
- No, no, no, no, no, no problem. - No...
Oh, my God, that was the longest 27 minutes of my life.
By the way, nice fake migraine.
I learned that in tenth grade gym class.
Never did climb that rope.
It wasn't as bad as I thought it was gonna be.
That's 'cause you had Mark.
I had Dane!
Mark was kind of nice.
Oh, come on. He had the overhand grip on his fork.
Looked like a three-year-old eating pudding.
Oh, no. No, no, no, no, no.
Well, you were speeding.
I'm not the one who picked a movie
that starts in five minutes.
Well, at least I picked one.
If I left it up to you, we'd still be sitting there.
Is this what it's gonna be like when we're dating?
等等 我们是开玩笑的 对吧
Wait, we were joking about that, right?
Good evening, Officer... Andy.
That's not funny.
Eh, I don't know. Sort of funny.
Oh, Andy! Hey.
It's really great to see you.
Great to see you, too.
License and registration, please.
Even though we're friends?
So, uh, how you been?
I'm good, too.
Not "I can afford a speeding ticket" good,
You know, uh, you popped into my head the other day.
I was in your neighborhood.
There was a homeless guy swimming in someone's pool.
Ooh, I heard about that.
Not true. He was wearing one sock.
I think I'm getting a migraine.
Maybe if I got a little fresh air.
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