How many friends do you have?
None better than you.
It's not a trick question.
I'm thinking about how many people
we should invite to our wedding.
We could invite everyone we know,
which is about 150 people.
Or people we actually like, which is six.
I'm good with six.
On the other hand,
if we're gonna do the whole shebang,
shouldn't we shebang
in front of a wildly cheering crowd?
Here's a thought.
Why don't we find the perfect place for our wedding
and let that tell us how many people to invite?
God, you're so practical.
What's wrong with me that it turns me on?
You want me to make you some breakfast?
I have my contracts class this morning.
No solid food before that.
Oh, is that the professor who calls you Christy "Flunk-it"?
She thinks she's really clever,
but I heard that in kindergarten.
I was just trying to motivate you.
You know, if we get the guest list down to four,
we could get married in my car.
That's the most practical thing I've ever heard.
Take off your pants.
the court held that consequential damages could
only be levied if both parties
were aware of them when the contract was made,
didn't do that to Baxendale,
so, you know...
Well, Flunk-it, that was a fundamentally correct answer
delivered with the confidence of a cartoon mouse.
Can someone else disappoint me
with the particulars of Sullivan v. O'Connor?
Mr. Hart, you always make me sad.
Sullivan was an entertainer...
My hand is shaking too bad to take notes.
Can I borrow yours?
I'm not taking notes.
我在写"别哭 别哭 别哭"
I'm writing, "Don't cry, don't cry, don't cry."
I understand a professor being tough,
but this woman's just mean.
How mean? Like, on a scale of one to ten,
one being Marjorie, ten being Bonnie?
Let me put it this way.
Imagine my mother, but educated.
After my last class, I sat in my car and just cried.
Then I looked at the car next to me
and saw another guy from class crying, too.
He saw me, we laughed a little,
then we went back to crying.
I try to do my crying right when I wake up,
get it all out of my system.
Until bedtime when I cry myself to sleep.
Wendy, is everything okay?
很好 从没有更好过 怎么了
Yeah. Never better. Why?
You want my fruit?
You can have my fruit.
Sweetie, if you have time to cry,
you have time to go to a meeting.
I'm sure there's one near your school.
I did pass a church with a bunch of jittery smokers outside.
I'll check that out.
好了 女士们 放下叉子 要事
Okay, ladies, forks down. This is important.
I found the perfect place for me and Adam to get married.
-终于 -太好了 -很好
- Finally. - u202dGreat. u202d- Wonderful.
Way to sell it.
Anyway, it's this beautiful garden.
There's a canopy of trees, it's lousy with flowers,
and-- get this-- there's an actual babbling brook,
babbling right through the joint.
It was available for our date,
and these other people were sniffing around,
so I booked it right on the spot.
Take that, bizarrely- handsome gay couple.
-听起来不错 -专心听 太糟了
- Sounds great. - u202dPay attention. It's terrible.
She really gives you whiplash, doesn't she?
I stupidly told Adam that I cared about his opinion
and wanted him to be involved in all the plans
and then I made the most important decision behind his back.
What should I do?
This is the man you're gonna marry. Be honest with him.
Not what I'm looking for. Christy?
- I vote truth. - u202dNope.
- I would also... - u202dEh.
Truth is for chumps.
I knew I should've started with you.
In my experience,
the best way to get what you want from a man
is to make him think it's his idea.
I've done it with houses, I've done it with vacations,
I've done it with me.
I'm liking this. Go on.
Take him to the place you like first. That sets the bar.
Then take him to a couple of dumps and I guarantee you,
he'll decide he likes the one you already booked.
问题是 邦妮 你愿意
Question is, Bonnie, are you comfortable
being that manipulative?
Or maybe the real question is why do I waste my breath?
I think you need the fruit.
I had a really tough morning.
Well, you're in the right place.
I know. Thank you.
I'm-I'm just having such a hard time with...
I'm still smelling the jasmine
from that beautiful garden venue.
But get that out of your mind, because here we are
at the historic Marino and Sons Barrelworks.
It's kind of cool.
I agree, not good.
Oh, I like the high ceilings.
it used to be a barrel factory.
I'm marrying a woman who used to be a coke fiend.
Clearly, what something used to be doesn't bother me.
The brick walls are great.
Yeah, until I scrape up against them
and bleed all over my wedding dress.