I mean, you got him, and he's my friend,
so I guess I got him, too, and actually,
he's gonna be my brother-in-law so we're all family.
*We are family*
*I got my white sister and me.*
I love that song!
Are we singin' or are we soupin'?
Soup now, sing later.
*We are making soup, uh*
You see what's going on here, right?
Bonnie, I work in Hollywood,
I know when someone's coked out of their mind.
So I found this rehab in Tennessee that has a bed,
but they don't take the kind of insurance Ray has.
Wendy says she knows a place, but, you know,
she also recommended that Korean barbecue
that had us all in the bathroom for a week.
On the bright side, I finally got to read Lonesome Dove.
The other option is keep him with us
and he can be treated as an outpatient.
What do you think?
Well, what does he want?
Well, he wants to keep getting high and make soup,
so he doesn't get a vote.
Wait a minute, did he ask you for help?
没有 我知道你要说什么 但他需要帮助
No, and I know what you're gonna say, but he needs help
and I am the only one who can give it to him.
I-It's not gonna work.
It-it's going to work, because it has to.
- All I have to do is... - Bonnie,
you're making yourself crazy, and if you don't stop,
you're gonna end up drinking long before you get him sober.
So w-what am I supposed to do?
You have to let him go.
He's my brother. I just found him.
I'm not gonna lose him.
I get it.
A-All I have to do
- is convince him... - u202dBonnie,
feel so helpless.
You wanted to see me?
- This is her? - Yes.
This is Leo Raskel,
our regional manager.
He's here today from corporate in Sacramento.
I know I haven't exactly been the best employee
and I'm not gonna stand here
and tell you about the struggles I've faced
as a recovering alcoholic with a dream of becoming a lawyer.
What I am going to tell you is that...
I am your worst nightmare.
I have worked at this restaurant for 11 years,
and I know where all the bodies are buried.
I know that your locally sourced, organic,
grass-fed beef is only one of those things.
I know that several of our busboys live in the basement,
along with assorted vermin.
And I know that we served the tip
of Paul's finger in last week's ceviche.
I could go on, but, uh, I think I've painted a picture.
So, you fire me and all of this goes on Yelp.
Or you put me back on the books
and that nice, pretty four-and-a-half star rating
stays right where it is.
Works for me.
See that, Geoffrey?
That's how you make it to Sacramento.
I might be a little late tomorrow.
We'll see how it goes.
Adam kicked me out.
Yeah. He told me.
What's the big deal?
I got high once.
The big deal is you're an addict.
And your life is not gonna get better
until you deal with it.
Can I stay here?
What am I supposed to do? Sleep in my car?
I've done it.
Little tip: park at Walmart.
They won't kick you out.
Bonnie, I'm your brother.
I know... and I love you.
There are a few announcements before we begin.
The community center has asked us not to smoke on the property,
and not to park in the reserved spaces
on the north side of the building.
I got your text.
You did the right thing.
It doesn't really feel like it.
Would you kick me out if I started using again?
I did. You just don't remember.
If it helps,
I never thought you were gonna get sober, but you did.
Back at ya.
Please take a moment to silence your cell phones
and out of respect for the speaker...
How's Adam dealing with it?
He turned it over to his higher power.
White Russian. Keep 'em coming.
Ugh. Just this woman who works for me.
She's been busting my balls all week.
I hear ya.
Bartender, put his drinks on my tab.
Who's your friend?
Ah, just another man with an ice pack down his shorts.
So, how you doin'?
I'm okay, I just feel bad about Ray.
For what it's worth, it means a lot to me
that you tried to help my brother.
I like the guy.
Think I'll get my two grand back?
Mm, you're adorable.
Mm. Tell you what, this round's on me.
He'll have another beer. I'll take a Sprite.
Coming up. Wait a minute.
Oh, my God.