What exactly do we know about this guy?
That he has a vintage jukebox and wants to sell it to me.
Well, that's just what he said online.
What if we drove all the way to Reno and it's a total scam?
What exactly would the scam be?
To get a couple to drive three hours for no reason?
"Ha, ha, I've stolen your time."
You are so innocent.
It's like I'm in a relationship with a baby.
We get there, they bring out the jukebox,
you give them a bag of money,
they say, "We'll box it up for you,"
they load it in the van, we get home,
the box is full of bricks and sand.
Who would do that?
- It... Oh, no. - u202dYeah.
I did it with stereo speakers.
Sold the same pair 78 times.
And where are they now? In our living room.
You scare me. I'm marrying someone who scares me.
Every couple needs at least one scary person.
The neighborhood Mormons are afraid to knock on our door.
Speaking of getting married...
Well, I am.
I don't think you're allowed to bring something up and then say,
"Hey, speaking of that thing I just brought up."
Okay, how about this?
Entirely new subject:
I've been wondering when we might get married.
Well, why are you wondering that? What's wrong?
N-Nothing's wrong. We postponed the wedding
because the bar was struggling, but now I can afford a jukebox.
u202dOr bricks and sand.
My point is...
no reason not to set a date.
Unless you have a reason.
Are you accusing me of not wanting to get married?
Well, I wasn't, but I'm starting to worry.
Stop worrying. I will absolutely marry you at some point.
See, "At some point"
sounds like that you don't want to get married.
So you are accusing me of not wanting to get married.
Well, you don't seem very excited about it.
Oh, you want excited?
Let's get married!
Is that better?
I mean, a little bit. It didn't feel totally real.
For crying out loud, I'd marry you any time, any place.
If we weren't busy getting scammed
buying a vintage jukebox, I'd marry you today.
- You're so full of it. - u202dI am not.
Well, we keep passing all these quickie wedding chapels.
How about I just pull over at the next one?
很好 就这个 停车
Great. That... Right up here. Pull in.
- I'm putting on the blinker. - Blink away.
I've always wanted to get married next to an Arby's.
See, there it is-- that-that's the flimsy excuse
you're gonna use to try to get out of it.
I'm not getting out of anything, Bozo.
好 大嘴 现在结吗
Okay, big talker, are we doing this?
Screw it, let's get married!
Hey, how's it going, Tam?
I woke up in a pleasant mood, but then I walk into the kitchen
and there's one of Marjorie's little notes.
别忘记收牛奶 亲亲抱抱 玛乔丽
"Don't forget to put the milk away. X-O, Marjorie."
She doesn't mean the X, she doesn't mean the O.
And who else is the note gonna be from?
The cats can't write.
And they would never want the milk put away.
I mean, if you have a problem with me, just talk to me.
别给我写便条 我又不可怕 对不对
Don't write me a note. I'm not scary, am I?
Oh, look. There's the birthday girl.
Got to go give her a hug 'cause it's her birthday.
Happy sober birthday!
Six whole years of me waking up where I thought I would.
I remember your first meeting like it was yesterday.
You walked in...
Please don't tell the "Vomit in my purse" Story.
It's a tradition. People love it.
Always makes me feel better about myself.
Ooh, save it for the party.
So you're gonna take a cake today, right?
No, I'm gonna wait.
My mom's in Reno with Adam.
Feels too important to do it without her.
Well, that's progress. You used to only want your mom here
so you could angrily share at her.
The trick was to always share after her so she couldn't rebut.
She'd try to bribe me with Tic Tacs not to call on you.
I did it once for orange.
-你好吗 塔米 -不太好 玛乔丽
- How's it going, Tammy? - Not good. Marjorie...
Did you wake up today?
-醒来了 但是 -你戒瘾了吗
- Yeah, but... - u202dAre you sober?
-戒了 但是 -你有住处 工作和朋友吗
- Yeah, but... - u202dDo you have a bed, a job and friends?
- Yeah. - Then the answer is "Amazing."
I guess it is. I'm amazing.
See, now why isn't that on a Post-it?
This is for you.
Why are you giving me a card on your birthday?
'Cause I just want you to know that I couldn't have made it
through the last year without you as my sponsor,
and my sobriety is better because you're a part of it.
And now you know what my card says.
And now you know what my card says.
You know, we could just keep these
and give them to each other next year.
Come sit with me for a minute.
No. No, no, no.
I am not sitting down.
Sitting down means bad news.
Well, you can stand if you want to,
I'm still moving to Minneapolis.
What? You're not serious.
I got an amazing opportunity.
I'm going to be the new Channel 5 meteorologist
for the Land of 10,000 Lakes
and a teeny, tiny part of Canada.
You can't go there, I'm here.
I'm sorry I'm telling you this on your birthday,
but they need me right now.