Hey, uh, if you're interested,
give me a minute, and I'll set you up.
I won you.
And, as a bonus,
I was just talking to this girl over there...
I'm so sorry.
We ended up making out in his car for about an hour.
Look at me-- I have millennial scruff-burn.
Oh, good. I thought you just did
that thing kids do where they lick their mouth too much.
How old is this fella?
Old enough to know what he's doing
and young enough to be just the right side of wrong.
Are you gonna see him again?
We're going out tonight.
Gymboree or Build-A-Bear?
I think you're jealous.
I pity the fool who's jealous!
Mr. T. What, do you live in a cave?
The weird thing is, when I first met him,
I thought he was a total dick.
Oh, Christy, they all start out as total dicks.
And they end as total dicks,
but there's that sweet spot in the middle.
That's where I am-- between two dicks.
That's where I need to be.
Excuse me, young lady.
Where do you think you're headed on a school night?
Oh, come on, I was hammered the whole time you were dating in high school--
let me have this moment.
Okay, Mommy, I'll play along.
Now, I know you really like this boy,
you don't have to do things
just because he wants to.
But what if I want him to like me?
He should like you for who you are.
But what if I want him to really like me?
Then you got to bang his brains out.
-我们总是做得太过了 对吧 -是啊
- We always go one step too far, don't we? - Yeah.
We sure do, kitten.
Oh. They grow up so fast.
Bonnie, I'm a total failure as a mom.
So am I. Big deal.
I mean it. I can't do it.
-好吧 怎么了 -我买♥♥了一些食物
- All right, what happened? - Well, I bought a bunch of food,
and then I made this nice dinner,
and then Emily texts me she's spending the night
over at someone named Ashley's house.
Kids do that. In fact, my daughter's having
a sleepover tonight with her little school friend Cooper.
But it's our second night together,
and she didn't want to come home.
And can you blame her?
I wouldn't want to come home to me, either.
God, I want a drink.
I got this.
Have a seat.
Wow, you sat fast.
Uh... I thought that was gonna buy me a little more time.
Oh. I know.
Let's think through the drink.
- What does that mean? - Well, let's say you have that drink.
We both know that means you're gonna have ten more.
You lose your sobriety,
you lose your job,
I am definitely kicking you out of that apartment,
and most important, you lose Emily.
So you try to get your act together,
but it's harder than you thought,
and before you know it, you've blown through three years,
and you haven't been there for your kid at all,
and by that point, she probably doesn't even care anymore.
So what'll it be?
or one of those candy-ass microbrews
I never got a chance to try?
Okay, I got it.
I'm just scared.
Well, you should be scared.
You've got a lot riding on this.
I got Christy back when she was 34,
and I spend every single day trying to make up for it.
这十分费力 相信我 实际上坚持不喝酒
It's a lot of work-- trust me, it's actually easier
to just not drink.
Thank you. That really helps.
It's still early-- how about we catch a meeting?
I would like that.
Christy's really lucky to have you.
Natasha, let's get something straight.
Everybody's lucky to have me.
So... you think everyone in class
will know we're sleeping together?
They will when I tell them.
I'm doing a load of laundry-- got anything?
Sorry. Didn't know you had company.
I put the sock on the door.
Oh, it fell off-- I thought it was laundry.
Hi. I'm Lorraine.
I'd stand up, but my underwear's on the lamp.
Well, I am doing a load-- happy to toss it in.
Y-You know, I should get going.
You sure? Mom makes great pancakes.
I do like pancakes.
Can you believe it?
She made me breakfast and did my laundry.
First time in my life I came home from a date
and my clothes were cleaner than when I left.
So, how was the sex?
It's not bad.
But these pancakes...