That's what Violet said.
Are you saying my daughter lied to me?
Or maybe you raised a scumbag of a son.
Oh, now he's a scumbag?
You really don't have a second gear, do you?
Well, what did Gregory tell you?
My son, who has never lied to me,
told me that Violet has been drinking a lot
and doing the pot and the ecstasy.
Okay, first of all,
there's no "The" In front of pot and ecstasy.
You would know.
And I think I would know if Violet had a problem.
You sure about that?
You know what, Phyllis?
I've got a daughter at home crying her eyes out.
I am not gonna stand here and argue with you.
Screw her, blaming Violet.
Well, wait till she realizes she's having mustard for dinner.
And we're taking those plants.
I said I'd know
if Violet had a problem with drugs and alcohol,
but the more I think about it, I'm not sure.
Oh, come on.
Are you gonna listen to Mahjong Sally?
Why would she lie?
Well, she's just repeating what Gregory told her.
We're just repeating what Violet told us.
So, who you gonna believe?
I want to believe my daughter,
but, you know,
when has that ever worked out?
In the kitchen.
This might get heavy.
Will it bother you if I make popcorn?
Did you get all my stuff?
It's on the sofa.
And in the fridge.
You didn't happen to see Gregory, did you?
No, but we ran into his mother.
What'd she say?
Well, she kind of had a different take on things.
What does that mean?
She said that the reason you and Gregory broke up
you've been partying a lot.
And you believed her?
No, but I think it's worth having a conversation.
Why don't you ever take my side?
You always think the worst.
Well, then tell me otherwise.
Tell me you're not getting loaded.
I shouldn't have to.
I think you should just trust me.
I do, it's just...
I am in college, Mom.
I go out with my friends,
we have drinks.
Occasionally, we'll smoke a little bit of pot.
We are not all drunks and drug addicts like you two!
Hey! I only did drugs to manage my alcoholism.
So what do you think?
I don't know. I want to believe her.
- But do you? u202d- Do you?
I asked you first.
If I'm gonna be honest, I'm worried.
Think we should ask her to go to an AA meeting with us?
Be kind of cool. We'd have our own row.
Yeah. Nothing cooler than that.
My question is,
how do I tell the difference
between a full-blown alcoholic,
and a normal college student who's just having fun?
That's a tough one.
It's like kids today use college
as an excuse to stay drunk all the time.
It's not just today.
When I went to San Diego State,
my sorority had vodka on tap.
Best seven years of my life.
Do you remember jungle juice?
Kool-Aid, fruit and grain alcohol
all mixed together in a giant trash can.
I remember one time I was drinking
that stuff at a frat party,
and I puked through the screen door.
The juice went outside,
and the chunks of fruit stayed in the kitchen with me.
This is not making me feel better.
Well, hang on.
A lot of my college roommates partied just as much as I did,
and they don't have a problem.
Other than being in loveless marriages with ugly children.
克丽丝蒂 我知道你很痛苦 因为那是你的孩子
Christy, I know it's painful because it's your kid,
but nothing changes the fact
that this is a self-diagnosed disease.
So I'm just supposed to do nothing?
You can pray for her.
Ooh, you know what was another great college drink?
Vodka and Tang.
Oh, I loved those.
The screwdriver the astronauts drank.
Okay, the point is only Violet can say if she has a problem,
and if that day ever does come,
at least she has a sober mom who will know how to help.
It's 2:00 a.M.
What are you doing?
Prepping some ribs.
Want a slab?
What's going on?
I was having phone sex with Adam,
and lost the connection right before I...
Anyway, I'm making spicy and mild.
Take your pick.
I'm gonna gain so much weight
'cause your boyfriend's out of town.
What are you doing up?
I couldn't sleep.
I kept listening for Violet to come in.
Ooh, I forgot about her.
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