大家好 我是邦妮 酒瘾者
Hi. Bonnie. Alcoholic.
I am proud to announce
that despite the State of California's best efforts,
Bonnie Charlize Plunkett just got her driver's license back.
Sometimes it's Winona.
And let me say, four months picking up trash
on the side of the highway has taught me two things.
One-- it is never okay to drive under the influence.
And number two-- no one looks good in an orange vest.
I made this.
You doing okay?
And thanks to all the bicycle riding,
thigh gap this wide.
Check it out.
I can even wave through it.
Yeah, I guess.
Don't let bigfoot scare you off.
I want to thank everyone who helped me through this.
玛乔丽 吉尔 温蒂
Marjorie, Jill, Wendy--
I could not have made it without you guys.
Oh, almost forgot-- Stephanie,
thanks for that hug when I needed it.
That's it. Thanks.
I held her hair back while she puked!
Who else would like to share?
Oh, damn. Wait, uh...
I forgot to thank my daughter.
I thought she was helping me out of the goodness of her heart,
but it turns out she needs the credit.
- Happy? u202d- At your funeral!
You coming off meth, too?
I'm not making this about me. I'm not.
Your pronouns suggest otherwise.
- This is my mom, Bonnie. - Hi.
We're gonna grab coffee
with some girls from the meeting.
Do you want to come with us?
I can't. I got plans.
No, you don't.
Well, I'm not hungry.
Yeah, you are.
How about if I'm buying?
Got any cash? I forgot my wallet.
So, uh, what'd you think of your first aa meeting?
Uh, I don't know. I'm not sure it's for me.
I remember feeling the same way at my first meeting.
Couldn't imagine life without getting loaded.
I have something even better: I have dignity.
Sometimes dignity is court-ordered.
Remember your first big meal after detoxing?
It was a deep-dish pizza that I immediately purged.
I went to cinnabon and unhinged my jaw.
So, Jodi, what's your drug of choice?
可♥卡♥因♥[游艇] 大♥麻♥[树] 冰♥毒♥[草]
Yatch, trees, grass.
What are those?
可♥卡♥因♥[滑雪] 烟草[佛像] 冰♥毒♥[冰]
Skis, buddha, ice.
I'm sorry, what's happening?
可♥卡♥因♥ 大♥麻♥ 冰♥毒♥
Coke, pot, meth.
This is depressing. If I wanted to get high now,
I wouldn't know what to ask for.
Uh, I'm not 21, so it's harder to get.
Your parents know you're trying to get sober?
My parents don't know I'm alive.
That, right there,
that is why you don't get thanked.
So, uh, where are you living?
There's a guy.
What's he do?
He's a drug dealer.
And a guitar player.
Does he know you're thinking about getting sober?
No, that wouldn't go over well.
Well, this isn't about him.
You just need to know
if you're sick and tired of being sick and tired,
we're here for you.
She speaks in bumper stickers; get used to it.
I mean, I don't want to stop forever.
You know, I just... I need a little break.
None of us stop forever.
We stop one day at a time.
I get why you guys quit.
You know, it's easier for older people--
Your party days are kind of over.
We still have fun.
Way to sell it.
You sure this isn't a problem?
Not at all. My son's spending the week with his dad,
so we have an extra room.
Well, this is, uh, really nice of you.
Hey, it's what we do.
Someone took me in when I was in trouble.
That was me.
I did that. Twice.
Get off the cross. We need the wood.
Wow, what a great place.
Is she being sarcastic?
I can't tell.
Let me get you some, uh, fresh towels
and a t-shirt to sleep in.
I don't want to put you guys out.
Don't worry about it.
Besides, it's probably not the best idea
for you to spend your first night of sobriety
with your drug-dealing boyfriend.
He's not a bad person.
Hey, I'm not judging.
I probably sold drugs to his father.