- Oh, boo-hoo. - What?
At least he's alive.
Really? You're gonna play the widow card?
Well, I find it wins most arguments.
Especially now that my cancer went into remission.
So what are you saying, I can't complain
I never see him anymore?
I'm just saying have some perspective.
Oh, sure, I'm good at that.
Hey, how did you and Victor meet?
Well, he just evicted Bonnie and Christy from their house,
and we kind of hit it off.
Yeah. We were living in a motel known for its abundance of meth,
but at least Marjorie had someone to watch Blue Bloods with.
it was such a surprise for me.
I got to have a last love. I'll always be grateful for that.
Why does he have to be your last love?
Tammy, I'm a cat lady
who just founded a puzzle club.
Anyway, the odds are against me.
你又不知道 维克托给了你惊喜 也许别人也会
Well, you don't know that. Victor surprised you, maybe someone else will.
是啊 玛乔丽 换换思维方式
Yeah, Marjorie. Maybe you should have some perspective.
Okay, you guys, look, it's getting a little heavy.
Let's change the subject.
Now tell me about this cancer.
Ms. Kendall, to women's shoes.
Well, I can see the floor again. I guess that's progress.
How about we all go out tonight
so I can thank y'all for helping?
- I have to work. - Me, too.
But it's Saturday night. That seems unfair.
- I'm a nurse. u202d- I'm a waitress.
People like to eat on Saturday nights.
And then have massive heart attacks.
You know, this might surprise you guys,
but I've never had a job.
- Really? - u202dNo.
Hand to God.
Maybe you should think about getting one.
Because you were crying earlier that your life was meaningless,
and maybe a job would give it some purpose.
Or, at the very least, give you a boss you can bitch about.
Ugh, I hate Teresa.
But what would I do?
Well, you love clothes.
Maybe you could work at a clothing store.
Or open one.
Hmm. And wait on people like me?
我是场噩梦 不要了 谢谢
I'm a nightmare. No, thank you.
Well, what other job skills do you have?
I can ride horses, play tennis and fence.
Great, you could be a camp counselor.
Have you thought about going back to school?
No way. Christy makes that look miserable.
I'm not miserable.
You complain about it all the time.
All the time.
别考验我 温蒂 别考验我
Don't test me, Wendy. Don't test me.
Jill's right. You're so cute.
Can I see the box? I need to look at the picture.
An advanced puzzler would tell you
it's cheating to look at the picture.
Well, I would tell that advanced puzzler to bite my ass.
Now give me the box.
Rainbow squeaky toy, done.
Ooh, which means my rottweiler fits right in there.
Which connects to my pug tail.
Way to go, Puss in Boots.
- Puss in Boots? - Yeah. I'm trying out nicknames for you.
That's obviously not it.
I didn't hate it.
Here's a thought.
What if Puzzle Club could be every day for the two of you?
What are you getting at?
Well, you're all by yourself now,
and you could use a room with a door.
So I'm saying, you know...
Oh, come on, people, follow the breadcrumbs.
You two should live together.
I'm not gonna say how I feel about it
till you say how you feel about it.
- I think that's a great idea. - Me too!
Just one thing. How do you feel about cats?
- I always wanted one. - Well, now you have eight.
A stray wandered in the night Victor died.
I'm not saying it's him, but it's him.
I have nine cats and a puzzle club.
My life is awesome!
别担心 这不是垃圾 我们只是在捐衣服
Don't worry, this isn't garbage. We're just making a donation.
Wow, did you do a neighborhood clothing drive?
Nope, just one woman's obscenely large closet.
There's four more bags in the car.
One of them's just sports bras.
I shop to fill a hole, but that's not your problem.
This is all designer stuff.
Yeah, but not from this year. Is that still okay?
Yeah, we can make that work.
Most of the women who come to our shelter
show up with nothing.
Oh, but this is the kind of stuff that will
really help them get back on their feet.
They can wear it to job interviews,
or... if they win an Oscar.
I have a bunch of maternity clothes, too,
if anyone here is pregnant.
Oh, we've got pregnant.
Thank you so much.
I better get sorting. This is gonna take a while.
Okay, well, it's nice meeting you.
You have a lot of free time. You could help.
I have a lot of free time. I could help.
How about Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 5:00?
- Okay. - u202dReally?
I was kidding, but that would be amazing.
Look at that. I got a job. Ha, ha!
- Congratulations. - Yay!
Okay, I'm gonna go get the rest of the bags.
Does she understand this is a volunteer position?
She's got a chandelier in her closet.
She's gonna be fine.
Bonnie, it doesn't go there.
- Yes, it does. u202d- What...
Come on. If you bend the pieces,