Oh, hi. Your mom said I could hang out.
呆着 上吊 我根本不在乎
Hang out, hang yourself, I really don't care.
What's your problem?
My car broke down,
and I had to walk three miles in these awful polyester pants.
My thighs almost started a fire.
You want me to look at the car?
Well, I guess technically it didn't break down.
Technically, it ran out of gas.
How does that happen?
There's a gauge, there's a light,
some cars go ding-ding-ding-ding-ding.
I know, I was just riding the zero.
Help me out, is that a sober thing or a lady thing?
No, it's a Plunkett thing.
When my car tells me it's out of gas, I choose not to believe it.
Wow, that's, I don't know what the word is for that.
I prefer to think of it as exciting.
A simple trip to the grocery store
becomes a life and death adventure.
Yeah, I'm gonna stick with stupid.
So you need a ride somewhere?
Well, I was gonna meet the girls at the bistro
and go to a meeting.
I'll take you.
I always have plenty of gas in my car.
So, how did this "Riding the zero" thing get started?
Well, first of all, you have to understand,
I used to be really poor.
Worse than now?
'Cause you steal toilet paper from work.
You want to hear the story or not?
Yeah, yeah, okay. Sorry.
One day, my gas tank was on empty,
but I still had to get to my job.
So, I just ignored it and it kept going.
Eight days. It was like Hanukkah.
You rode the zero for eight whole days?
Kind of makes you tingle, doesn't it?
You do know that it's really bad for your engine.
You're such a man.
How about while you're at the meeting,
I get some gas and swing by your car,
and put a couple of gallons in it?
Thank you, Adam.
That's so sweet.
My mom completely does not deserve you.
You're not wrong.
So listen, I need a favor.
I've been talking with a social worker
about my foster care application,
and I'm supposed to get letters of recommendation from friends
saying that I'd be a good mom.
So, Marjorie, I was wondering
if you would write one for me.
I'd be happy to, Jill.
I would also be happy to write one.
Well, we'll see how many I need.
That's a strange number.
Yes, this is she.
Yes, I know Christy Plunkett.
Oh, my God, is she all right?
What's going on?
Okay, I'm on my way.
That was the hospital.
Christy was in a car accident.
- What?! - Is she okay? u202d
-我不知道 -快 我开车
- I don't know. u202d- Come on, I'll drive.
Why didn't they call me?
Check your phone, maybe it went to voice mail.
老天 万一她失忆 忘了我是她妈怎么办
Oh God, what if she has amnesia and forgot I'm her mother?
Then there's a silver lining.
I'm looking for Christy Plunkett.
She was in a car accident.
Yes, she's here. Are you Marjorie Sponsor?
Actually that's me, uh, Marjorie Armstrong-Perugian.
You took Victor's name?
Is she okay?
You'll have to talk to a doctor.
Excuse me, I'm her mother.
Why wasn't I called?
The EMT's checked her phone,
and Marjorie Sponsor is her emergency contact.
Here's your visitor's pass.
She gets to go in and I don't?
I'm only authorized to admit the person that's on my log.
This is crazy. I'm her mother.
Not everyone likes their mother.
Oh sweetie, I'm so glad you're okay.
Get out of my way, this is police business.
- Hi, Mom. - Are you okay?
The doctor said I have a concussion, but I'll be fine.
亲爱的 我真是松了口气 我吓死了
Oh, honey, I'm so relieved, I was terrified.
One question, why is Marjorie your emergency contact?
Bonnie, this is not the time.
You're right, you're right.
The important thing is that you're okay.
It's all kind of fuzzy.
I was going to the bistro and this car came out of nowhere.
It's just weird that the hospital didn't call me.
Am I in your phone as "Bonnie" Or "Mom"?
Great, you're all here.
Christy's CT scan was clear so she can go home.
But she'll need rest
and somebody's got to keep an eye on her.
That would be me, her mother.
And while I may not be her emergency contact,
I will not leave her side until she's completely recovered.
谢谢你 妈 亚当好吗
Thanks, Mom. How's Adam?
He's fine. Why?
- He was driving the car. - What?
- Oh, no. u202d- You didn't know that?
温蒂 我不知道 因为没人打我电♥话♥
No, Wendy, I didn't know that 'cause nobody called me!
He's just down the hall.