Okay, maybe I'm old-fashioned.
Says the man who wears Aqua Velva.
I thought you like that.
我是喜欢 继续念叨吧 亲爱的
I do. Go on with your rant, honey.
I just don't think that dogs belong in stores.
I can't take my ice cream into a pet store,
so why do all these people
bring their dogs into an ice cream store?
They're service dogs.
Really? How was that ratty little poodle
being of service to that woman with the big, fake lips?
She must need him
or she wouldn't have bought him a stroller.
Oh, d-don't get me started on the strollers or the matching hats.
You know, you're getting dangerously close to old coot territory.
Which is just over yonder by those kids who won't pick a damn gender!
Is that coconut or poodle fuzz?
She wants me to pick up her waitress uniform at the dry cleaner.
I love how she thinks I have nothing better to do.
My side. You're on my side.
but Adam in a dark place again."
Hey, hey, don't drag me into this.
Oh, I do it all the time.
If she asks, you have just a kiss of manic depression.
"Will try, but Adam really ne..."
Oh, my God. Are you all right? Oh! Oh!
This is bad. This is really bad.
给 拉我的手 我拉你起来
Okay, here, take my hands. I'll pull you up.
Oh, stop. I can't stand.
Honey, you got to get up.
You're in a bus stop.
Eventually, there's gonna be a bus.
Let me try to drag myself out.
All right. Hurry, hurry.
Did you just eat your ice cream?
Uh, I don't know. Did I?
How about when you're done with your treat,
you call 911!
So, what's the spa like?
Oh, we take hikes through the desert,
we meditate, we eat super healthy.
It's been the worst week of my life.
Well, you look good.
Damn well better look good after I-- W-What's that?
What are you eating?
Just a muffin.
Don't say "Just a muffin" To me.
I'm on ten calories a day. Hold it up.
Not the wrapper side. Show me her face.
Ooh, she's pretty.
Jill, it's a muffin I bought at a car wash.
Oh, they're all the same in the dark.
What kind is it?
Lie to me.
Double chocolate chip.
Yeah, it is.
Take another bite.
This is getting kind of weird.
Take a bite!
Oh, got to go.
I'm gonna reheat some pizza later.
I'll call you then.
Hey, where's my mom?
She asked me to make sure you were here
so she could make an entrance.
- What? - Come on in!
Is she gonna do that thing where she asks
"What's different about me?" And I'm gonna have to guess?
Maybe, but it'll be easy.
Oh, my God!
You made me fall.
You kept texting me about your stupid dry cleaning
while I was walking and eating ice cream.
I almost got hit by a bus.
It was nine blocks away, but she could see it.
- Are they broken? - Yes.
No. She tore a couple of ligaments.
She'll be in the chair for a few weeks.
You hear that, Christy?
Torn ligaments because of your dry cleaning.
Yeah. You have size 15 feet,
but sure, I'm the one at fault.
The X-ray lady had trouble getting 'em in the same shot.
Hey! My side.
Well, is there anything I can do to help?
For starters, you have to be the building manager
until I can walk again.
I meant more like get you a pillow.
I'll take that, too.
Well, you know, just write a list
of things I need to do around the building,
and I'll be like you and not do them.
That's all I'm asking.
Oh, I'm slipping off the toilet!
Just push yourself off the bowl!
- Grab my butt. Ow! - Hold the towel rack!
You're hurting my leg!
Stop pulling my hair!
Pull up my pants!
Great! Now we're gonna have seven years bad luck.
How will we tell?
I always knew someday she'd need help using the toilet,
but I was really hoping I'd be dead by then.
We better get this worked out
before I have my coffee tomorrow morning.
For what it's worth, I really enjoyed listening.
You guys should do a podcast.
I'm glad you were entertained
by me almost peeing on my daughter's hand.
It was a direct hit!
Course my phone's in the kitchen.
Christy, do you mind?
Hold on, I'm boiling my hand.
She used to pay good money for clean urine.
Okay, I'll tell her.