That dress cost me four grand.
Yeah, and I sold it for a thousand dollars.
So wait, you're keeping half?
You got a problem with that?
Yeah! I'm trying to go to college!
Well, you should take a business class
and learn how the world works.
Oh, for God's sake.
-谢谢 -先别急 告诉我你爱我
- Thank you. u202d- Not so fast. Tell me you love me.
I love you.
Like you mean it.
I love you.
Now, was that so hard?
I'm such a whore.
All right, folks,
this is the part of the evening that always tugs
at my recently scraped-out heartstrings...
where we offer a helping hand to one deserving student
who's seeking a career in the law.
Now, this year we have three outstanding young candidates
who will say a few words about why they want to be an attorney.
And we'll begin with Christy Plunkay.
It's actually Plunkett.
But I kind of like the sound of Plunkay.
It's more... funkay.
All right, then, not fun-nay.
Ever since I was a little girl,
I dreamed of being a lawyer
because I wanted to make a difference.
I wanted to help people
like Atticus Finch did in the inpsiring novel,
To Kill a Mockingbird.
I believe that the real superheroes in our society are lawyers.
Especially trial lawyers.
You know what?
This is all crap.
Let me tell you why I'm really here.
I wasted a lot of my life using drugs and alcohol.
I was a complete and total mess.
But three years ago, I got sober,
got my GED, finished two years of community college
with a 3.8 grade average...
...all while I was working as a waitress and legal secretary.
At the same time, I was raising my son and daughter,
and caring for my mentally-challenged mother.
So, the answer to why I want to be a lawyer is simple:
I know first-hand what it's like to fall through the cracks.
And I also know
what it's like to be given a second chance.
If you decide to help me out,
your money won't be wasted,
'cause I have lived enough to appreciate
how precious an opportunity like this is.
Also, I never read To Kill a Mockingbird,
I just saw the movie.
- Where's Christy? - Who knows.
Lions Club, Moose Lodge.
Every night she's out begging a different animal
for scholarship money.
Good for her.
She's in the solution, not the problem.
whenever you burp up one of those clichés,
I get a pain right behind my eye.
I got this.
I'm sorry, what's happening?
It's my treat.
Yeah, I just don't understand.
I came into a little extra money selling Violet's wedding dress,
and I want to buy my friends, and Marjorie,
coffee and dessert.
She loves you, she just doesn't know how to express it.
Didn't Christy buy that dress?
Then shouldn't she get all the money?
She thinks she did, that's close enough.
Anyway, I'm looking for other stuff to sell,
you guys got anything you want to get rid of?
I have a Bowflex, a Thighmaster, and an Ab Rocker.
Still in their boxes, I'm guessing.
That is so mean.
I'll take it all. Anybody else?
Oh hell, I got a garage full of stuff.
You'd be doing me a huge favor by clearing it out.
A huge favor?
Then why don't you pay the bill?
Well, freaky Friday's over.
How'd it go?
Kind of a disaster.
Where were you?
Elks, Beavers, Woodchucks?
When I told them I was sober, they started to boo.
Apparently the good parties don't start till 11:00.
Did she even bother looking for a job today?
I don't have the energy to fight with her anymore.
Well, lucky for you, I'm sitting on a lot of anger,
and I need to squirt it at somebody.
What the hell? Give me back my blanket.
It's my blanket, buck-o.
Now here's how this is gonna go,
no more parties, no more laying around here smoking reefer.
You have got till the end of the week to get a job.
Why are you being so mean to me?
My whole life is falling apart.
Don't let her play you.
Your life is falling apart
'cause you're stupid!
You need to move out of the problem,
and into the solution.
What's that mean?
It means stop feeling sorry for yourself
and get on with your life.
- Mom. - u202dWhat?
I love you so much right now.
好吧 谢谢 我也爱你
Oh, okay, thanks, I love you, too.
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