I even texted Wendy just to say, "What's up?"
Oh, that's why.
Guess my only comfort is knowing
you guys are struggling with procrastination, too.
I got my license!
And I had a blast at the DMV.
Everyone's so friendly and outgoing.
Plus, you get to go to all those fun stations.
视力测试 抽查测验 拍照
Eye test. Pop quiz. Photo shoot.
I have never taken a better picture.
The angle, the lighting.
Walter took so much time.
So, I'm handing my neighbor her package. Apology, apology.
And she's got this scowl on her face,
and I'm thinking, "That's a lot of attitude
for somebody who orders from Banana Republic."
But turns out she's a dermatologist,
and she's eying this suspicious freckle on my arm.
Get this. It was precancerous.
Not procrastinating saved my life.
Last night, I finally sat down with Victor's message.
And guess what. It was a butt-dial.
Yeah. I listened to three minutes
of him rustling around, and then at the very end,
I heard him ask his caregiver to put him in a clean shirt
so he'd look nice when I got home.
Gonna keep that message forever.
Well, this is a load of crap!
I've been eating my hot dog with just mustard my whole life,
but therapy has openede up to trying new things.
So if you're smelling onions on my breath,
it's really the smell of growth.
But what I asked you is, "Did you sell the car?"
All right, I didn't sell it yet,
but only because I had a lot going on.
我很忙 非常忙 我是个大忙人
I am busy, very busy. I'm a very busy woman.
Write that down. "Very busy woman."
I think there's more to it than that.
I think you're deeply attached to your car,
and you'll never get rid of it unless you admit that.
I'm gonna be honest with you, Trevor.
The sweater vest is not your most flattering look.
我都不喜欢那辆车 噪音大 不靠谱
I don't even like the car. It's loud. It's unreliable.
People are amazed it runs at all.
Why would I have an emotional attachment to that hunk of junk?
Because, on some level, that hunk of junk is you.
Geez, sorry about the vest comment.
Still not what it means.
Bonnie, you have changed so much over the last few years.
You got sober, you're getting married,
you're dealing with your ADD.
That's a lot, and it's scary
Getting rid of that old car is like getting rid of the old you.
Or I was busy. You'd remember that if you'd written it down.
Okay, what's the first step we need to take to sell the car?
Put an ad on Craigslist, I guess.
Great. Why don't you do that right now?
I wish I could, but, uh, unfortunately,
we are out of time.
Only I get to say that.
And if you're really seeing a watch on your wrist,
we've got bigger problems than your car.
我不想立刻这样做 好吗 我就是不想做
I don't want to do this right now, okay? I just don't want to.
You don't have to do it alone. I'll be right here.
I got to write a whole ad. I can't do it on my phone.
Well, why don't we use my laptop?
"I'm Trevor. I have a vest and a laptop."
Patient files aren't on there.
No, but a hilarious picture of you riding a camel is.
Okay, close that.
You win this round.
And camels are scary.
A lot of people make that face.
Oh. Hey, hey, hey, Russell, do you have a minute?
- No. - I was just reading through the brief.
Well, your job is to copy it, not to read it.
Yes, and they are almost done.
But-but I was just wondering
why you didn't cite Washington v. Shafer.
That's because that case is, um...
What's that case?
Well, in a nutshell, the judge ruled
prior criminal acts could be admissible
if the similarity to the current case provides the jury
with a clearer understanding of the evidence before them.
真是个好点子 克丽丝蒂 好样的
That's a fantastic idea, Christy. Great job.
Oh, my God, thank you.
Guys, it just hit me in the bathroom.
We should cite Washington v. Shafer.
Lot of memories in this car.
I'm really glad it's going to such a nice kid.
Thanks. It's perfect.
Well, drive it in good health.
Oh, I'm not gonna drive it.
I'm gonna push it off a cliff for my student film.
Uh, it's his car now, Bonnie.
But he's gonna murder it. Uh, give me the keys.
-不成交 -什么 为什么
- No deal. - What? Why?
Just take your man bun and go do some hot yoga.
Dude, give her back the keys.
It's only gonna get worse.
Fine. I'll just use my dad's car.
What the hell was that?
Didn't you hear him? He was gonna push me off a cliff.
Okay, I'm used to a certain level of Bonnie around here,
but you're being even Bonnier than usual.
I guess, uh, it's possible
I-I don't want the car to end up in a ball of fire
because I'm attached to it.
That car kind of represents who I used to be,
and I'm...'m having trouble letting her go.
Is that what Trevor says?
Trevor and I don't talk about my car.
We talk about you, and how you need
to make more of an effort in several different areas.
Well, I don't know why, but I think I might have tomato soup.
I don't care what you say.
My dermatologist neighbor's now my new bestie,
and I got a $1,200 peel for free.
How long are you gonna look like that?
Couple of days. Then it's gonna get real crusty,
then it's gonna start flaking off,
but then I'm gonna look a whole three months younger.
Ah, great news.