I know, but I thought since I got sober,
my life's supposed to get bigger and bigger.
You know, I can't remember the last time
I read something printed on paper.
-很奇怪 是吧 -是的
- It's weird, right? - Yeah.
I keep trying to make it bigger, but nothing happens.
Well, I'm enjoying being unplugged.
No more friends on Facebook
rubbing my nose in their fancy vacations.
Oh, I know.
Then you think about driving to their house,
breaking in and stealing all their stuff.
Ooh, be right back.
She's the one who stole my iPod when I went to Reno.
Oh, hey there, Beverly.
No chitchat till my hall light stops flickering.
Consider it done.
Hey, while I got you, I need to update tenant information
- for the building owners. - What do you need?
Oh, the usual, you know.
Your mother's maiden name, street you grew up on,
name of your first pet, stuff like that.
Why would they need that?
Why do they need first and last month's rent?
It's all nonsense to me.
I get it.
You're trying to crack my Wi-Fi password.
Beverly, you were probably the funniest kid
in your elementary school, which was...?
Fine. You want to play this game?
My mother's maiden name is Bautista;
I grew up on Front Street,
and my cat was named Rascal.
You still won't figure it out.
Oh, come on.
Beverly, you're acting crazy.
巴蒂斯塔 前街 捣蛋鬼
Bautista, Front, Rascal, Bautista, Front, Rascal.
"In closing, as the neglected child of a transgender woman,
"I think I can bring a unique perspective
to the University of Idaho."
Ah, that ought to put me on top of the pile.
Hey, you got a minute?
Not really, but we both know you're coming in anyway.
Okay. So, the guy I met,
his name is Teddy Blumenthal,
but everybody calls him Dr. Ted
'cause he's a big deal in the music business
and he played a doctor on a soap opera once.
he really liked my demo and he wants to fly me down to L.A.
- Stop. - What?
Natasha, I'm the last person
who wants to crush anybody's dreams,
but this "Dr. Ted" isn't who you think he is.
Most likely he just wants to sleep with you.
No, no, I specifically asked him about that.
He said he didn't.
Yeah, they say that.
Next thing you know,
he's got his hand down your pants
in the bathroom at a Chili's.
Why is it so hard for you
to believe that I'm a good songwriter
and this guy just wants to help me?
Because men don't just help women.
Have you never watched Dateline?
I should've known you were gonna be like this.
You don't want anybody to succeed 'cause your life sucks.
I am one step away from getting into law school
at the University of the YucatÃ¡n Peninsula.
And if you didn't want my honest opinion,
why'd you come over here?
'Cause I'm terrified and I thought my friend and sponsor
might give me a little support.
And I need to borrow a roller bag.
Yeah, well, I don't have a roller bag.
Of course you don't 'cause you ain't going nowhere.
Why am I tormented by these giant women?
Hey, what are we watching?
Dancing with the Stars.
Wish they could open their curtains a little more.
Who is that dancing?
I think it's Greta Van Susteren.
Maybe Owen Wilson?
You think I'm being too hard on Natasha?
Let me think about it. Yes.
I didn't mean to discourage her.
- I just don't want her to get hurt. - I get it.
But you got to remember,
pain and suffering is what makes people interesting.
- Speaking of which... - What?
Jill is having a meltdown at Neiman Marcus.
See? Everything about that's interesting.
I'll get the keys.
谁能想到呢 不是格莱塔 也不是欧文
Hey, what do you know? It wasn't Greta or Owen.
It was the kid from Hanson.
Uh, we're looking for our friend, Jill Kendall.
She shops here a lot.
A lot of women shop here a lot.
Big girl, might be weeping.
Jill, you in there?
Can we come in?
What's going on?
I've been shopping here for 20 years,
and now nothing fits.
Well, maybe you just need a bigger size.
There are no bigger sizes.
Even the socks are a little snug.
Jill, there are other stores we could take you to.
Yeah, how about Target?
Why do you hate me?
We don't hate you, we love you.
If you loved me, you would've said something
before I turned into... this.
We assumed you knew.
Yeah, and we thought you were okay with it.
You were always bragging about
how you were picking up all these guys.