Can I speak to the manager? And it never adds up. I know, and this is eating me up. But I have a receipt. Trust me, dates and numbers have to be right. No, no, no, no, no. I bought you a new toothbrush, so you won't have to borrow mine again. I have to make some calls.
They have air conditioning there, in some places. Well, then, where are they? This time Abe tells the clerk he is looking for his fiancee who is in the store somewhere. Can you believe my father? Call Phil again and tell him to follow up. But, hey, uh, I brought you some flowers. You totaled your hummer leaving the office.
Well, what were you referring to? It's not cheating when you despise each other. Ask Phil what he can do to speed things up. So, can I get you something to drink? And, see this door frame? It's just us westerners who are all fucked up and weird about it, right? He lives with his parents, collects toys, and appears to be in his thirties. Otherwise, if your father finds out. You can work for me as long as you like.
That maybe she's come to her senses? Listen, your mom and I, we've been talking. Well, we haven't really gone into detail on that yet. I probably got the times mixed up. You stab me in the back. People look in the mirror every fucking day and lie to themselves, saying they're good or caring, or loving. She leaves, saying that she is not pregnant despite Abe's mother's belief, and Abe flatlines. Actually, you know, you never did pay up for my backgammon winnings.
She refuses but a few days later, out of desperation and after having talked to her ex, Mahmoud, she changes her mind, saying that she does want to marry Abe. ? You don't know what it was like growing up with him. But even an animal knows the hard, primal truth. People should just face their problems head on, face the truth. Um, uh, it's, uh, nice to meet you. Can you, can you come over tonight? Except Richard was the favorite.
You are so different here from the way you are at the office. Like, if I was born a hundred years ago, I'd probably already be married with five kids? It's not like it's nepotism or anything. I know all I need to know. I met her a week ago at a wedding. Maybe I don't want a marriage like yours. I know we're not close anymore. I allowed things to go so far.
I mean, like, I'm always so nice to him. And yet, somehow it's all. I'm looking for my fianc. And I can't help it if I was easy! He helped your father and me. I can't take anymore of this crap! And then they act like other people are shit.
Say, do you work out? Yeah, well, they give me gas now, so, please, no raisins. We spent practically the whole night together in the E. Oh, I should've told you before. And I got a lot going on. So much could happen on a night like this we can make the memory of our first.
Did you have a nice day? How different you are from what I'm used to. I tried reaching you at work, but the secretary there, she said she didn't know where you were, and your cell phone was off, so I figured I'd call you at home. Just saw her this weekend. I mean, I'm pretty good at timing things out. That's 'cause you don't remember anything you did to me.
Where did you find this guy? I didn't mean to imply. Don't worry, I am not a trekkie, or anything super nerdy like that. We've discussed it for a long time. Baskin thinks - I might have an ulcer? How am I gonna survive, on my fucking bar Mitzvah savings? Abe Wertheimer - an odious, purposeless, self-centered 35-year-old living parasitically with his parents by choice and working in his dismayed father's business office avoiding work while scoping eBay for collectible toys - meets Miranda, an equally pathetic but self-loathing social dropout who, having given up on life, masochistically accepts Abe's sudden proposal of marriage for a knowingly grim future she won't fight against. I'm not on payroll here.