Happy birthday to you.
Keep coming back.
Five years sober. Congratulations.
I sponsored her four years, eleven months,
but the new sponsor gets to hold the cake. Okay.
I gave birth to her. Look where I'm sitting.
First, I want to thank Nora,
My new sponsor, for giving me my cake
and just being the best.
And the knife gets a twist.
This year has been fantastic.
I was in an... an amazing, healthy relationship
with a man who is now marrying someone else.
I think this weekend.
I didn't get into law school.
Oh, and we got robbed. At Christmas.
How's that for a lump of coal?
Does she know what "Fantastic" Means?
Five years ago, any one of those things
would have destroyed me.
a few hours of uncontrollable sobbing,
and I'm good to go.
For example, uh, this past week,
I gambled away $4,000 of my friend's money,
and stranded my mom in a jail cell.
Ooh. I got a shout-out.
But, hey, I am cleaning up my mess,
'cause that's what we do.
And to the newcomers, please don't let all of that scare you.
Believe it or not,
I am the best version of me that I've ever been.
I haven't slept with anyone in this room, so...
that must count for something.
我没看到你 提姆 抱歉
I didn't see you there, Tim. Sorry.
Now, I want you to do that writing
about what you did in Reno.
Well, I started to write about it,
and then I started doodling,
and, uh, then I drew a pretty funny picture of my mom in jail.
- Does that count? - Christy.
But if I write it all down, then I'm gonna have to look at it.
That's the point. If you don't look at it,
you'll end up doing it again.
Okay, got it. Got it, got it, got it.
five years sober.
I feel like I'm celebrating alone.
I'll celebrate when you do your writing.
So, what's new with you?
Uh-uh. You know I don't do the chitchat.
But you know all the gory details of my life.
I don't even know what your favorite color is.
Think... about it.
And I will see you on Tuesday.
Yep. See you then.
Nora's on the move, Christy flying in.
Nora's not gonna join us?
No. She doesn't do the whole "Friends with her sponsees" Thing.
Oh. She's one of those.
Well, some of us are able to do both.
I have a girl crush on Bitter Marjorie.
Bitter Marjorie would eat you alive.
Stop it or I'll come over there.
Oh, oh, Jill, I've got some more of the money that I owe you.
Payment number three.
Thank you, Christy.
Only 37 to go.
I mean, only 37 to go!
I'm taking extra shifts,
so your next payment will have a little bonus in it.
It's not really a bonus if it's my money.
That's great! I can't wait!
I remember you walking into your first meeting.
'Cause I was there.
Oh, my God. I forgot to thank you when I took my cake.
Really? I didn't notice.
Well, thank you all.
I could never have gotten this far without you guys.
And I definitely wouldn't be graduating.
You hear that, Marjorie?
We got lumped into a group thank-you.
Which reminds me,
I have your tickets for the graduation ceremony.
Don't you worry, I will show up this time fully clothed.
Honey, we're looking forward to it.
Really, what a moment for you.
Now? Can we do it now?
Well, I guess we have to, don't we, poker face?
We all chipped in
and got you a little something to wear to your graduation.
Oh, my God, they're gorgeous.
Are these real diamonds?
I choose not to take that personally.
Oh, honey, you worked so hard.
You deserve them.
I'm not gonna lie, I feel, like, a million times better
about myself than I did two minutes ago.
You've got to be kidding.
I just wanted to see if it'd make me feel smarter.
Who could feel smart in a hat this stupid?
Well, take it off. You're stretching it out.
Hey, let's not go down the road of who stretched out what,
'cause I'm gonna win, pumpkin head.
I never got to wear one of these.
It's never too late. There's an 84-year-old lady
in my history class, and she aced it.
那当然 别人是学历史 她就是历史
Course she did. She lived through most of it.
The professor made that joke. He got brought up on charges.
It's just, when you were really young,
I looked into that sweet, innocent face of yours,
and I thought, "My little girl's
gonna grow up to be something special."
And then I saw you twirling in the yard, and I thought,
"Maybe she'll be a dancer."
然后你说 我很晕 妈妈
And then you said, "I'm dizzy, Mom.
It feels so good."
And I thought, "Uh-oh."
Yeah, we both know the rest of that story.
Yeah. But look at you now.
I'm so proud of you.