Theres Something About Mary
His friends would say, stop whinin', they've had enough of that
His friends would say, stop pinin', there's other girls to look at
They've tried to set him up with Tiffany and Indigo
But there's somethin' about Mary that they don't know
There's just somethin' about Mary
Well, his friends say, look, life's no fairy tale
That he should have some fun, he's suffered long enough
Well, they may know about domestic and imported ale
But they don't know a thing about love
Well, his friends would say he's dreamin' and livin' in the past
But they've never fallen in love so his friends need not be asked
His friends would say, be reasonable, his friends would say, let go
But there's somethin' about Mary that they don't know
There's just somethin' about Mary
When I was 16 years old, I fell in love.
So, uh, what's up?
So I was wondering... I don't know,
if... if maybe you wanted to, and... or not.
If you don't want to, you don't have to.
I just wondered if maybe you were going to the prom,
and... or, uh
if you felt like that, maybe you'd want to go
Or, I mean, whatever.
Lf... if you didn't.
Did you take that bio test? 'Cause that was like...
Look, I heard this rumor that this guy I like was gonna ask me,
so I'm gonna wait and see what happens there.
That sounds great. Yeah.
So, is that like a yes or a no or...
I thought I made it perfectly clear.
If everything else falls apart,
I'm gonna hold you to that.
I wonder who she's going with.
Her name was Mary.
She moved to our little Rhode Island town
from Minnesota two years earlier.
What a fox!
I heard she's going with some guy named Woogie.
Big guy. Goes to Barrington High.
Woogie from Bore-rington High?
Sounds like a loser.
Loser? Woogie's only like all-state football,
and basketball, and fucking valedictorian.
I heard he got a scholarship to Princeton,
but he's going to Europe first to model.
Yeah? I was thinking of doing that.
Have you... have you
Have you seen my baseball?
Uh, no. Sorry, man. Haven't seen it.
Have you... have you seen my baseball?
Hey, check it out.
Have you seen my baseball?
Hey, buddy. Come here.
I think I know where your ball is.
- You've seen my baseball? - Yeah, yeah. I've seen it.
You see that girl over there?
She has it, except she doesn't call it a baseball.
She's got another name for it.
Have you seen my... wiener?
Have you seen my wiener?
What the... what the hell did you just say, buddy?
Hey, get your hand off my car!
What the hell did you just say to me?
Fuckin' son of a bitch. I'm gonna fuckin' kick your ass!
Get up, fat boy! Let's go!
Take it easy.
Keep your hands off.
- Who the fuck are you? - The guy's not all there, all right?
Get out of my face.
You want the first punch?
Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!
What's the matter with you? Stop it!
You OK, Warren?
Mary, have you seen my baseball?
No, I haven't seen your baseball.
What are you doing leaving the yard?
You know you're not supposed to leave by yourself.
You know him?
He's my brother.
I'm her brother.
I didn't realize, you know?
You ought to tell him to watch his mouth.
Are you OK?
Oh, yeah, I'm fine.
I couldn't believe that she knew my name.
Some of my best friends didn't know my name.
I think Joe Montana
is, like, the most underrated quarterback.
I mean, he should have been a first-round draft pick.
Look what he did at Notre Dame.
It's so ridiculous.
I'm telling you, this year, it's the 49ers. 49ers.
All the way.
Piggyback ride! Piggyback!
Warren, stop it. Leave Ted alone.
No, that's OK. I'll do it.
If you think he can hold me.
Are you kidding?
He's 230 pounds. He can hold you.
You don't have to.
It's OK. I got a little disc thing,
but it's all right.
All right, here we go! Giddyup, Warren!
There we go! Whoo!
Fun, huh, Warren?
He's a real Clydesdale, isn't he?
Yeah, Warren, buckin' bronco.
My turn now.
OK. Well, I don't...
- Ow! - It's OK, Ted. You don't have to.
That's fun. Whoo!
That's fun, huh, Warren?
That was fun.
He's only 230, huh?
- I'm in the yard now. I'll hide. - OK, go hide.
He's got a lot of energy.
Yeah. He's great. I have a lot of fun with him.
Thanks for walking us back.
Yeah, no problem.
I'm, uh, I'm just gonna...
So, are you... are you going to the prom?
Uh, oh. Uh...
I... I don't... I think proms are...
'Cause I thought maybe we, um
...dumb. - We could go together.
Oh, you're gonna go with, like, a bunch of people?
You want, like, a designated driver?
No, no. I mean, you and me.
Like, we could go together. The two of us.
- You... you and me? - Yeah.
Well, is that a yes or a no?
- Sure. All right. - Good.
I'm gonna take Warren back inside.
I'll... I'll see you at school.
Cool. I'll catch you back at school.
From that moment on,
the guys at school looked at me in a whole new light.
You're a fuckin' liar.
Do you expect us to believe
that you're going to the prom with Mary?
What's so crazy about that?
Oh, yeah, dirt bud, and I'm going with Cyndi Lauper.
What happened to Woogie?
She said she broke up with him,
that he was getting weird on her.
I got 20 bucks that says you're full of shit.
Why not make it 100?
I've already paid him enough money already.
I'm not paying until the job gets done. He can kiss my ass!
What the hell do you want?
I'm Ted Stroehmann. I'm here to take Mary to the prom.
Prom? Mary went to the prom 20 minutes ago with Woogie.
Charlie, you are so mean!
This is Mary's stepfather Charlie. I'm Sheila, her mother.
Ted, don't pay any attention to anything he says.
He's a laugh a minute.
Well, I'm just having a little fun with the guy.
It's prom night. Woogie's got a sense of humor.
Oh, hey. Hi, Warren.
Listen, once he gets into that MTV,
he'll be there for quite a while.
Oh, here she comes. Oh, honey, you look beautiful.
Aw, shit, look at that. You better be careful, boy.
You look really... pretty.
Thanks. I like your colors.
Oh, thanks. The guy said it was tan and taupe.
Poor Ted, he's been getting it both barrels from the wisenheimer here.
Dad, you haven't been bustin' Ted's chops, have ya?
I was just fucking with him. Right, Ted?
Hey, Warren, did you say hi to Ted?
About 10 times.
Hey, Warren. I think I found your baseball.
You've seen my baseball?
Well, if it's a big white one.
little red stitching.
Yup. It is.
Then I think I saw it,
right behind your ear.
Warren! Warren! Hold it, hold it!
Get up, Warren! Hey, Warren!
Be careful, Mary! Be careful!
Get up, man!
Let go of him! Get down from there!
What are you doing?
Warren, put him down!
What the hell are you doing?
This is my house here!
Warren, are you OK, buddy?
It's OK, Warren. It's OK.
Here you go.
What the hell's the matter with you?
I was just trying to give him the baseball.
Baseball? What baseball?
I had a baseball.
There was... it's right...
There was a baseball here.
I swear, I brought him a baseball,
and I was just trying to give him a present!
Are you yelling at me in my own house?
Don't make me open a can of whup-ass on you.
Ted, I should have told you. He has a thing about his ears.
You all right, Warren?
Oh, honey, your strap's broken.
Hey, Ted, I'm just gonna go upstairs real quick.
I just need two minutes. I got to fix my dress.
I'll help you, honey.
Hey, I, uh...
Can I use your bathroom? I'm sorry. I got to...
- He broke the table. - You son of a bitch.
I didn't do it.
It's OK, Warren. It's OK.
- I swear... - The bathroom is that way.
Maybe I'll open up a can of whup-ass on him.
Trying to do the kid a favor.
He's looking at you! What is he...
Oh, no. I...
No, no, I was...
Ted, are you OK?
Yeah, I'm fine! Everything's OK!
OK, OK, just take your time.
It's all right.
He's been in there over a half an hour.
Charlie, I think he's masturbating.
- Oh, come on! - Mom!
He's not masturbating.
Well, he was watching you undress
with a silly grin on his face.
I was watching the birds!
- Do something. - What do you want me to do?
I think he needs some male help.
- Oh, for crying out loud. - Dad, just give him a minute.
OK, kid, listen, I'm coming in, OK?
No, no. Don't...
Exactly what the hell is the situation here?
What did you do, shit yourself or something?
Oh, I wish. I...
I got it stuck.
You got what stuck?
Oh! Lt. Um...
Um, uh, well, um... listen, uh
It's not the end of the world.
These kind of things happen.
Let's have a look at it.
Oh, my God in heaven, save him!
- Shush! Quiet! - Sh-Sheila!
- No! - Sheila, uh, honey?
Uh, you gotta come here. You gotta see this.
What is it?
Don't worry. She's a dental hygienist.
She'll know exactly what to do.
- Hi, Ted. - Hi, Mrs Jensen. How are you?
- You OK? - Yeah.
Charlie, you could have warned me.
OK, I, um...
Mrs Jensen, I...
Right, right. OK.
I don't want her to hear, you know?
OK. Um, let's just relax here, OK?
Now, uh, uh...
What exactly are we, uh
looking at here, huh?
What do you mean? Look at the...
I mean, is it the, um...
Is it the frank or the beans?
Oh, I, uh, I... I don't know.
It looks like... I think it's a little bit of both.
Franks and beans! Franks and beans!
Shh! No! Shh, shh!
Well, what's that bubble there?
What do you think? It's a...
Well, how the hell did you get the beans above the frank?!
I don't know. It wasn't like it was a well-thought-out plan.
There really does seem to be an awful lot of skin
coming through there,
so I'm gonna find some Bactine, honey.
Uh, no. You know what? I don't need any. Really.
What the hell's going on here?
Neighbors said they heard a lady scream.
Uh, well, you're looking at him.
Uh, you gotta take a look at this.
Would you just...
Ain't it a beaut?
What the hell
were you thinking?
How the hell did you get the zipper all the way to the top?
Let's just say the kid's limber.
Somebody's gonna have to move that station wagon
so I can get the truck in here.
Lenny, come here.
Take a look
at what this numb-nuts did.
Mike, Eddie. Get down here quick.
Bring everybody. Bring a camera. You won't believe this!
We got a kid down here... what's your name?
No, there's only one thing to do here.
What? No. You know what? I got an idea.
Look, look. I can just... We don't have to do anything
'cause, look, I can just wear this over the front.
Look, I can go to the prom. We'll deal with it later.
You already laid the tracks. That's the hard part.
Now we're just gonna back it up.
Teddy, be brave.
It's just like pulling off a Band-Aid.
and a two
We got a bleeder!
Keep pressure on it. Keep it on.
Everybody get out of the way!
Step clear, gentlemen, please.
He was masturbating!
People, please move out of the way.
Warren, come here.
He was masturbating!
Move out of the way.
None of this ever happened to Woogie!
Are you OK, Ted?
He was masturbating!
Ted, are you all right?
OK, let's roll.
So, anyway, uh
school ended a couple days later,
and her father got transferred to Florida in July.
So I worked all summer to pay off those debts and
well, I never saw Mary again.
That was... what?
13 years ago.
That's very interesting.
I know it's not the type of thing you'd forget,
but I guess I just... I kinda...
I must have blocked it out of my head or something,
'cause I was driving down the highway last week,
and I started thinking about Mary,
and all of a sudden it was like I couldn't breathe.
I mean, I was... I was...
I felt like I was gonna die.
So I pulled off the road and I just sorta stopped in this
I guess it was a rest area.
I was just kind of shaking and...
You know, rest areas are homosexual hangouts.
Highway rest areas.
They're the bathhouses of the '90s
for many, many, many gay men.
So what... what are you...
What are you saying?
Oop. Time, she's up.
We'll, uh, delve into that next week.
Well, you know, you are a writer,
and writers are artists.
And most artists are a little foofy, you know.
A little foofy. Thanks for the support.
Hey, you guys, I thought you might like these with your beers.
Yes, indeed. Ted, help yourself.
I don't think I'll have one.
- You don't want one? - No.
You want something else?
Come on. You want something to eat?
Not hungry, thank you.
You want a cookie, something like that?
Honey, we got cookies?
Uh, no, we don't, but I could bake some.
No, no, no. Don't bake any.
No, that's a good idea. Why don't you bake some?
Bake some tollhouses.
Oh, great. Yeah, yeah.
- Uh, chocolate chip or butterscotch? - Let's go with the chocolate chip.
- OK. Good. - Really, you don't...
No, it's fine. Don't worry.
She loves this kind of thing.
See, that's great.
That's what I want,
and somebody to, you know...
It must be wonderful having all this, huh?
Each day is better than the next.
How about you?
The big "L." Hmm?
- Ever been? - What?
Oh, God. Not Mary again.
Look, I know it was brief,
but it was
it was definitely love, Dom.
I mean, crushes don't last for 13 years, right?
What ever happened to Mary?
- She moved with her family to Miami. - So why don't you look her up?
I called. She wasn't listed.
So that's it? You get one little bump in the road and give up?
It's probably for the best.
After 13 years,
she's probably gonna think I'm a stalker or something.
You know what you should do is hire a private investigator.
You know, to find her, follow her around. She won't know anything.
No way! That's way too creepy.
Besides, she's probably married with a couple of kids by now.
Girls like Mary... they don't stay single.
Hey, I've got an idea.
There's this guy down in my office. His name's Healy.
He's a claims investigator. He's a hell of a bloodhound.
He goes to Miami every couple of weeks. He can help you out.
This guy runs a little hot, but he gets the job done.
Dom says you're looking for some lady friend you knew back at school.
I don't buy it, but it's cute.
You're not buying what?
Ted, I'm the kind of guy who likes to shoot from the hip.
I want you to level with me.
Come on, let's talk.
Did you knock this skirt up? Huh?
She's blackmailing you, right?
You want her dead, don't you?
You're not serious, are you?
You expect me to believe this is a straight stalker case? Come on!
Hey, hey, hey, hey. I'm not a stalker. I'm not a stalker, all right?
- She's a friend of mine. - Oh, sure she is!
That explains why she's got an unlisted number,
and you haven't heard squat from her in 13 years.
Yeah. A real chum.
You're good, Ted.
Real piece of work.
You know what? Forget it.
Just forget the whole thing.
OK, I'll do it.
But if this chick turns up with a toe tag,
I'm rolling over on you, big guy.
Healy, you dog.
Look at you.
You hot shit, you look fucking pisser.
Hey. Hey, good fella.
Does he bite?
A little bit.
Here's the info you asked for.
Yeah, you should thank me.
That girl was not easy to find.
What, she scam you out of some insurance dough?
Nah. Some guy gave me a couple bucks
to track down his high school girlfriend.
Yep. Big time.
Looks like we found your Mary, Ted.
Children and a labrador,
Tight little package,
Good morning, Magda.
- Hi, doll. You're in my light. - Sorry.
So you been out here all night again?
You bet your ass I have.
This is an importantjob, Neighborhood Watch is.
Ah. Neighborhood Watch. Is that what we're calling it?
Listening to perfect strangers' telephone conversations.
This only picks up cellular phones in a half a mile radius.
Meaning these are the people you live amongst.
You got a right to know if they're creeps.
For instance, you know the guy
in the green house down the street? Cheating on his wife.
And I am not surprised.
I am not surprised at all.
Because Puffy used to bark his balls off whenever he saw him.
And you know that Puffy, he only barks at the bad people.
Listen, I'm gonna go hit some golf balls,
and hook up with Warren, so... try to get some sleep.
- Bye, doll. - Bye.
Hey, Herb. How's it going?
Apple for you today.
Have a good day. See you later.
Lookin' good, honey.
Hey, Mrs Bailey. How you doing?
Looks like we got ajock on our hands.
Hey, you want the sports page?
Sure. Thank you.
Take care now.
Bye, you guys. See ya.
Yeah. Can I have two, Mary?
Yeah, you can have two halves, just like everybody else.
Yeah, it's good.
Will you marry me, Mary?
Oh, I would love to, Jimmy,
but, um, I'm already engaged to Freddie.
Who's Freddie? Me?
Yeah, that's you.
Will you marry me?
What about Dolores?
You gonna marry us both?
I'm gonna kiss you.
I think you're making out pretty well there.
You're welcome, Zack.
- No onions. - No onions.
No onions. How you doing?
Listen to this one:
"Seeking sensitive WASP doctor
to share candlelit dinners,
long walks in Coconut Grove,
Is she looking for a corpse?
You have to be specific when you write those.
You have to say, "seeking deaf mute with", you know,
"3-pound cock and trust fund."
I want a guy who can play 36 holes
and still have enough energy
to take me and Warren to a ball game
and eat hot dogs.
I'm talking sausage hot dogs, beer.
Not light beer, but beer. That's my ad. Print it up.
Fatty who likes beer and golf.
Jeez, Mary, where you gonna find a gem like that?
OK, well, here's the catch.
He has to be self-employed.
Like a drug dealer?
No, I was thinking along the lines, maybe,
of somebody like
an architect or something.
But I want somebody with freedom in theirjob, you know?
Somebody who can do it anywhere
and just leave at a drop of a hat.
And where would you and your beer-bellied architect be going to?
I don't know. Maybe a few months in Nepal.
And you'd probably dump the poor guy halfway to Katmandu.
What's that supposed to mean?
It means you change your mind too much.
No, I don't.
Oh, come off it, Mary.
Remember that gorgeous corn-fed white-boy honey
that you just dumped like yesterday's garbage?
What was his name? Pack man.
OK. We had fun for a while.
Mary, cut the crap.
What really happened with Brett?
Yeah. Brett seemed so sweet.
You know what Tucker said Brett told him?
He said that if Warren wasn't in my life,
that he would have popped the question a long time ago.
- Oh. - What a schmuck.
To hell with Brett, you know?
I've got a vibrator.
Those are the plays of the month.
Thank you for joining us.
Look forward to seeing you next Sunday
on the Sports Machine.
Have a good week, everybody.
Oh, ho-ho, yeah.
Here comes the money shot.
First chink in the armor, Ted.
Pop, you wanna get me a whisky sour when you get a sec?
Whisky sour coming up.
Got some excellent news for you, my friend.
Oh, yeah? Excellent?
I think your life's about to change.
So... so you found her?
And you were right, man. She really is something else.
So... so she hasn't
she hasn't changed at all, huh?
Well, that I couldn't say.
Let me ask you something.
Was Mary a little big-boned back in high school?
Big-boned? No, no. Not at all. No.
I guess she packed on a few pounds over the years.
Oh, yeah. So she's a little... she's a little chubby?
Oh, I'd say about a deuce, deuce and a half. Not bad.
Oh, my. A deuce and a half.
You shit out a bunch of kids, and you're bound to put on a few pounds.
Oh, so she's, um
No, no. She's never been. That's the good news.
Four kids, three different guys, but no rock.
Hyperactive little fuckers, too.
Tough to keep up with in a wheelchair, I bet.
She's in a wheelchair? Mary's in a wheelchair?
I thought that was part of your kick.
Excuse me, I ordered a whisky sour.
Are you sure it's the same Mary?
Oh, yeah. It's Mary all right. The brother Warren?
Hey, don't look so shocked, Ted. It's been a long time.
I bet you've changed a lot the last 13 years.
What, do you think your shit don't stink?
No, I don't think... I... I mean, yes, it doe...
OK, I got all the information you need.
I got it off her bookie. Nice guy.
You really should look her up, Ted.
I mean, she's a real spark plug, this one.
Well, thank you. Thanks, Healy. Good work.
don't you want the name of the housing project?
... for 1,995.
See the Sarone boys on Route 1 in South Brattleboro, and right here
on Jefferson Boulevard in Warwick...
Well, it hurts from the bottom
And it hurts down to your soul
True love is not nice
And it brings up hurt
From when you were five years old
True love is not nice
Oh, pain, pain, pain
Ain't thatjust love's name?
Love can bring up hurt
From way down low
It now be emphasized
True love is just not civilized
True love is not nice
Where are you goin'?
Oh, I resigned.
Good luck in Miami, Pat.
What... what are you doing in Miami?
Uh, I took a, uh, job offer.
Isn't that the San Francisco treat?
They're changing their image.
Yeah, well, listen, I've been thinking about what you said.
And, uh, I still want to look her up.
Are you nuts?
I thought you said she was a real spark plug.
Hmm? No, no. I said butt plug.
You know what?
All the same, I think I wanna call her.
I mean, I know it sounds crazy,
but, you know... I don't know. Maybe I can help her out.
I just... I feel bad, you know?
The poor thing, she's in a wheelchair, for God sakes.
It's... it's a bunion. It'll heal.
Bunion? You... what... I thought...
You know what? That's not even it. The point is, I just...
I know this doesn't make sense to you,
but I can'tjust turn it off that fast.
I guess I still have feelings for her.
This girl really means something to you, huh?
Tell you what... I'll get you her number,
just as soon as she gets back from Japan.
Thank you. I'd apprec...
Japan? What is... what's happening in Japan?
Why is she going to Japan?
Oh, uh, you've heard of mail-order brides, haven't you?
Well, they go that way, too.
What... what, are they desperate?
She's a whale!
Don't forget. It's a sumo culture.
They pay by the pound there.
It's sorta like, uh, sorta like tuna.
Well, what happened to... You said she was single. Remember? No rock.
You had your window, Ted. You blew it.
I had my window?
I'm sorry, buddy. It's just...
You're taking this all wrong. I mean, you're liberated.
I mean, you think you blew it with the greatest girl ever, and it turns out
getting your dick stuck in your zipper was the best thing that ever happened to you.
You wanna say it a little louder?
I'm sorry, but it was.
I never told you that.
Well, I was only four towns away.
Oh, sure, sweetheart.
Oh, man, I gotta go.
I gotta get up at 6 a.m. Tomorrow
and help my boss' brother move.
Your boss' brother? Who's that?
I don't even know. I never met him.
Ted, you gotta finish that novel so you can quit that stupid magazine.
- Yeah. - Mm-hmm.
Christ! Hit a house!
I haven't swung the wrenches in a while.
Would you mind givin' me some pointers here?
Yeah. Sure. Don't talk in someone's backswing.
I'm gonna go get a soda. You want one?
Oh, uh, look, I'm sorry to bother you again,
but, uh... you got change of a dollar?
All I got are these damn Nepalese coins.
You've been to Nepal?
Oh, uh, not... not in months.
I don't even know why I bought the damn place.
- Nice meeting you again. - You, too... again.
So what's your name?
Wanna know mine?
I already know it, Mary.
How did you know that?
'Cause it's right there on your golf bag.
Wow. Are... are those blueprints?
They're just some, uh, projects I'm working on.
Museum... hospital for kids.
Really? Are you an architect?
Just till I get my, uh, PGA tour card.
No. I mean, are they putting up a new museum in town, or is it...
To tell you the truth, I'm sort of burnt out on talkin' about it.
Oh, I'm sorry.
It's just ajob, really. You know, something to keep me moving.
- My real passion is my hobby. - Really? What's that?
I work with retards.
Isn't that a little politically, um, incorrect?
Well, the hell with that.
No one's gonna tell me who I can and can't work with, right?
- No. I mean... - We got this one kid... Mongo.
He's got a forehead like a drive-in movie theater,
but we don't bust his chops too much.
- So one day Mongo gets out of his cage... - What, they keep him in a cage?
Well, it's... it's just an enclosure.
No, but they keep him confined.
Well, that's what I said!
So I went out, and I got him, um, I got him a leash.
Yeah, one of those ones you can hook onto the clothesline,
and he can run back and forth.
And, uh, there's plenty of room
for him to... to dig and, uh, play.
That kid is really, uh,
he's really blossomed, you know?
Now I can, uh, take him to movies.
Oh, yeah, it's cool for them,
but for me it's much more than that.
For me, it's... it's heaven.
Those goofy bastards are just about
the best thing I've got goin' in this
Hey, dipshit, be careful with that thing, will you?
You heard me.
You already put a fuckin' nick in my piano.
Well, I'll try to be a little more careful.
What are you, fading? You wimpin' out on me?
It's just that this is a little bit heavy, that's all.
Heavy? What I wouldn't give to know what heavy feels like,
you insensitive prick.
No, I didn't... I didn't mean that!
Yeah, yeah. I'm goin' down the street to get some coffee.
Wait! Wait! I'll get you the coffee. Just... just...
Hey, I'm sorry!
Tender, fascial tissue left of L7.
I remember Mary.
Hey, I saw her a few months ago at a convention in Las Vegas.
How could you see her at a convention?
Well, I'm a chiropractor. She's an orthopedic surgeon.
She's a what?!
She's an orthopedic surgeon.
And... oof... she's still a fox.
What if the families don't want a class action?
Oh, God! That's what I've been trying to explain to you people for the last hour!
OK, fine. We'll go over it again.
Mary's a fox!
Mary's a fox? What do you...
Hey, folks. Here, let's...
We'll break up. We'll spitball this tomorrow. OK?
What the hell are you talking about?!
Mary? My Mary?
She's not in Japan. She has no rugrats running around.
My friend says she's a fox.
A surgeon fox.
I don't get it. I mean Healy...
Think about it! He never even looked her up down there!
He was there closing his deal with the Rice-a-roni people the whole time!
What's up with your head?
Oh. I... I get hives tap-dancing for these idiots. I get a little stressed out.
Jeez. You know, I feel like a royal shit because I set you up with this guy.
You know what you gotta do. You gotta call her.
Fuck calling her.
I'm goin' down there.
Yeah, yeah, OK.
So, who's the lucky guy?
His name's Pat.
I met him at the driving range.
Is he good looking?
He's no Steve Young.
So, what is he like?
I don't know.
Kind of a mook.
Why the hell you going out with him if he's a schlep?
He's not like that, Magda.
You know, it's...
It's like that movie Harold and Maude.
I don't watch the new ones.
Well, you should, because it's probably the greatest love story of our time.
The point is
is that love isn't about
money or social standings
It's about two people connecting,
having something in common.
You know, kindred spirits.
Fuck kindred spirits.
My little Puffy here is going to tell you
everything you need to know about that guy
in about two seconds flat.
If Puffy starts yapping, uh-uh. He's a loser.
If he likes him, then you've got yourself a keeper.
Pufferball likes it when I rub his belly.
That is amazing!
He doesn't like anybody.
He never usually likes guys.
He doesn't like bad guys.
Is that right?
I can tell that you're an animal nut.
You are, aren't you?
You got me pegged.
You know, in Nepal, the villagers there called me
Kin ton ti,
"noble man who is loved by many animal, who, in kind, he loveth, too."
Would you like a cup of tea or something?
I'd love a brewski if you got one.
We can do that.
Hey, Magda, why don't you help me in the kitchen?
Oh. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Certainly. Of course.
Kin ton ti.
Puffer doesn't like bad guys, does he?
Puffer, come on, boy.
Would you like a little clam dip, doll?
Uh, no, thank you.
I'd love a bundt cake if you have one.
- Bundt cake? - Bundt cake?
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
1, 2, 3.
Hey, Pat, do you want a, um
a Budweiser or a Heinie?
Uh, yeah, whatever.
Come on, Puffer! Stay away from the light!
OK, I'll just get you a regular.
Oh, good pooch.
All we had were some Oreos. How does that sound, honey?
Oh, my God.
He's got him wrapped up like a baby.
He was a little chilly.
Well, here we are.
- The museum? - Yeah.
- I thought we were going to dinner. - First, I have a surprise.
- Surprise? - It's the architecture exhibit.
- Architecture exhibit? - Yeah.
- I got to eat something or I get the shakes. - Come on. We'll eat in 20 minutes.
My friend Tucker is upstairs and I want you to meet him. He's an architect, too.
- Come on. - Architect?
This is amazing. It just blows me away.
What do you think this falls under? Is this Art Deco, or is it Art Nouveau?
- Deco, yeah. - Yeah.
Is this... OK.
Is this a vestibule, or is it a portico?
What is the difference between the two?
Uh, when you're looking at architecture,
try to visualize the buildings
as a whole, you know?
Uh, try to see them in their natural state, in their
so to speak.
Stone crab time.
- Let's go to Joe's, huh? - Hey, Tucker.
How are you?
I'm glad we saw you.
Oh, come on, like you mean it.
Tucker, this is my friend, Pat Healy.
Well, it's a pleasure to meet you, Patrick.
Pat is an architect as well.
Where are your offices?
Mainly, I work out of Boston.
Did you get your degree up there?
Really? Where did you study?
Then you must've studied under Kim Green.
Well, among others.
You know, Pat, um
does projects all over the world.
Really? Where would I have seen your work?
Well, have you been to, uh
well, let me see.
Twice last year.
Which building's yours?
Are you familiar with the soccer stadium?
Did you build the Estadio Olimpico?
No, just down the street
the Celinto Catayente Towers.
It's quite a fine example, in fact.
I recommend that next time you're up that way
that you drop in and take a ganders at it yourself.
Hey, thanks for picking me up, man.
Yeah, no problem.
I've been driving for, like, 15 hours straight,
so I could use the company.
Yeah, I know what you mean.
I've been standing in the same spot
for five and a half hours.
You know they made it illegal to hitchhike in this state?
That must make it really tough.
So, uh, what's going on with you? You a salesman, or...
Uh, no, no,
I'm... I'm... I'm nothing.
- Yeah? - I'm a salesman.
I'm going to start my own company.
You want in?
I'm not... I don't really have any money or...
You heard of this thing the 8-minute abs?
Yeah, sure, 8-minute abs. Yeah, the exercise video.
This is going to blow that right out of the water. Listen to this.
Yes. OK, all right, I see where you're going.
You walk into a video store. There's 8-minute abs and 7-minute abs beside it.
Which one are you going to pick?
I'm... I would go for the seven.
Bingo, man, bingo.
And we guarantee just as good a workout as the 8-minute folk.
You guarantee it? That's... How do you do that?
If you're not happy with the first seven minutes,
we're going to send you the extra minute free.
You see? That's it. That's our motto. That's where we're coming from.
That's from A to B.
That's right. That's... that's good. That's good.
Unless, of course,
somebody comes up with 6-minute abs. Then you're in trouble, huh?
No, no, not six.
I said seven.
Nobody's coming up with six.
Who works out in six minutes?
You won't even get your heart going,
not even a mouse on a wheel.
That... good point.
Seven's the key number here. Think about it.
- 7-Elevens. - Yeah.
Seven, man, that's the number.
Seven chipmunks twirling on a branch,
eating lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch.
You know that old children's tale from the sea.
It's like you're dreaming about Gorgonzola cheese
when it's clearly Brie time, baby.
Step into my office.
'Cause you're fucking fired.
Yeah. I got to pee. I'm just going to pull over.
Your car seats are making me itchy, man.
What are these made out of? Cactus?
I'm only waiting seven minutes total.
Hey, wait your turn.
Hey, I didn't...
Wait a minute.
This is a raid!
No. No, no, no, I was peeing.
That's what I was doing. I was just peeing.
I was peeing, too!
Yeah, I'm sure you were all just pissing. Let's go. Let's move it out.
Shit! Jimmy Shay, is that you?
Oh, my God.
If you'll just let me talk to you for one second
outside of the truck
Look, I still have to pee, all right?
Get in the truck! Let's go. Let's go.
Can I have a cup?
See, hon? I told you he was gay.
We'll be right back with more cops
live from the heartland.
A veces pienso que aquí
Todo es seguridad
Por la seca castidad
Lo de antes fue algo
Ahora es mejor
Oh, yeah, ahora es mejor...
- Your grandmother is really something. - Magda? No, Magda's not my grandmother.
She rents the apartment next door. Her husband died a couple years ago,
and I don't think she likes being alone. So, you know, she just hangs out.
- Doesn't cramp your style? - Sadly, no.
Sometimes I wish I could be like Magda and not go home.
I'd like to bounce around for a while and do some traveling.
I don't know why anybody would want to bounce around,
you know, if they have their own condo in Nepal.
I'd be there in a second.
I'd sell it.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
Start fresh in a new place, give up the architect game.
Slow things down a bit, read more books, see more movies.
Are you a movie buff?
I try to be, but it's tough going out there with all the crap they make today.
I just wish they made movies like they used to make.
You know, classics like The Karate Kid
or Harold and Maude.
Harold and Maude is my all-time favorite movie.
Don't bust my chops. I know it's corny, but...
Pat, I'm not kidding.
I think that Harold and Maude is one of the greatest
love stories of our time.
Here I thought I was the only one.
You're too good to be true.
Come on, let's go dance.
Ha ha ha!
Man, they never look like you'd expect, do they?
That's probably how he got his victim to drop his guard.
Where'd they find the body?
In a big red bag on the front passenger seat,
all hacked up.
Real psycho, this one.
Hey, you're a little worked up. Let me do the talking.
I'm Detective Stabler. This is Krevoy.
Look, I didn't solicit any sex, OK? This is a huge misunderstanding.
I was really going out to pee. I'm walking in the bushes,
I trip over this guy and all of a sudden there's all these cops...
Ted, Ted, Ted, it's OK.
We believe you.
The problem is,
we found your friend in the car.
Oh, the hitchhiker?
This is about the hitchhiker?
Just my luck.
I get caught for everything.
You admit it?
Uh, yeah. Guilty as charged.
Look, I know you guys have ajob to do and I'm really sorry. I did it.
I admit it.
You know, the guy even told me, the hitchhiker told me it was illegal, so...
Can you tell us his name?
No, I didn't catch it.
Can we cut to the chase? Am I in a lot of trouble here, or...
First, tell us why you did it.
Why I did it? Um...
I don't know. Boredom.
The guy turns out to be a blabbermouth, just would not shut up.
I mean, with the... just...
this wasn't your first time,
How many are we talking here?
My whole life?
I don't know.
25, 50. I mean, who keeps track?
Hey, I know this is the Bible belt, but where I come from
this is not that big a deal.
You son of a bitch.
You're gonna fry.
Take it easy! You OK?
What the hell is wrong with you?
You all right?
- Punk. - Jesus!
Your friend Tucker stopped by.
OK. What does it look like today?
It's fne. A little crazy in the afternoon.
Eh, what's up, Doc?
You look different. Did you do something with your hair?
The teeth. The teeth. I got them capped.
Oh, yeah? Hey, they look great.
- You don't think they look a little big? - No, not at all. The bigger the better.
But they could be a little brighter.
There's nothing more sexy to me
than a guy with a mouthful of big pearly whites.
You ever had one up the hatch in here.
Tucker, behave yourself.
What can I do for you today, my friend?
I wanted to talk to you about your friend Patrick.
- He's a nice guy, huh? - That's what I'm trying to fgure out.
How long have you known him?
Not very long, but I like him.
I know he's a little different,
but that's what I like about him.
He dresses like a complete dork.
He chews with his mouth open.
He hardly ever says the right thing,
and he probably farts, too.
That's what you're looking for, is it?
No, I'm looking for a guy.
Look, something struck me as strange about him last night.
He gave me this funny vibe.
Anyway, I called some friends up north,
and they've never heard of an architect named Patrick Healy.
He's not listed as a Harvard alumnus.
- That's strange. - Yes, I thought so.
Anyway, I hope you don't think I'm being meddlesome.
It's just that I think you should be careful with this guy, that's all.
I mean, let's face it, you're beautiful, and
and you've got money, and you trust people.
I'm just saying there's a lot of psychos out there.
Just be careful.
Look, Tucker, thank you. I really appreciate you looking out for me.
OK, listen, I'll call you, OK?
- You want me to get those for you? - No. I have to learn to do this myself.
Could you, Mary?
- See? - Yeah.
I knew I could do it.
Here, let me get the door.
- See you later. - Goodbye.
Jane, can you get the door for Tucker?
Do you want me to...
No. I've done this a thousand times.
Mr Stroehmann, on behalf of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Community,
I would like to apologize to you for any pain or temporary inconvenience
that you may have been caused.
At approximately 10.40 this morning,
a man was apprehended not far from where you were arrested.
He was identified as an escaped mental patient.
Subsequently, he confessed to the murder you're being held for.
Lab tests confirm a fingerprint match.
You mean I'm free to go?
No harm, no foul.
Oh, by the way, there's someone there to see you.
You are a lucky son of a bitch, you know that?
Didn't they tell you?
That hitcher was about to cut your throat before you decided to take a piss.
Had a fucking horseshoe up your ass, my man.
You got that nervous hive thing again?
Yeah, I do, Ted, um, because I got some bad news.
Are you OK?
Ted, I'm dying.
Ted, I'm not dying, man. Come on!
Jesus, it's just the humidity down here.
No, the bad news I got is about our friend Healy.
I sent my assistant down to his apartment with his last pay check.
The landlady said when he came back from Miami
he kept talking about falling for some doctor named Mary.
Ted, here's Healy's address down there.
And in the future, do a little research before you send a guy like that out into the woods.
I mean, Jesus Christ, it's creepy, OK?
You're not seriously thinking about going out with this guy again?
Mary, honey, he's a psycho.
Mary, the guy's full of shit.
Jesus, this sucks.
It's too bad this had to happen.
He was almost perfect.
Mary, what did you say Pat's last name was?
Come here, come here. Come on, you got to hear this.
That's just the way us Healys were raised.
So, where the hell are you, Healy?
Ah, I got a date tonight with that Mary girl I told you about.
- The sawbones? - Yep.
- We hit the mother lode. - Should we be listening to this?
Shh, shh, shh!
Does she still think you're a fucking architect?
Mr Perfect, huh?
Hey, watch your mouth.
She's a great gal, Mary.
I'm the dumb shit for lying to her.
Why didn't you just tell her the truth?
I don't know.
It seems that women today are more impressed by the almighty buck
than some schmo who's spent 17 years scraping by on peace corps wages.
If she's as special as you say,
she's going to want to hear about the things you did.
You could tell her about the irrigation ditches you dug in Sudan.
The orphan babies who cried in your arms in
you gave Freddy the leper in Calcutta.
I'll be honest with you. I'm a selfish prick.
I get a high from helping all God's creatures.
An honest-to-goodness high. I did all those things for myself.
Hey, hey, hey.
That's, uh... that's bullshit, man.
Hey. Hey, you were on the front line.
The, um, malaria, the typhoon fever, that vicious strain of genital herpes?
- Ooh. - Ooh.
Yeah. I cured all sorts of horrible illnesses in Third World countries.
But the bottom line is, I'm not going to use my philanthropy
as some kind of currency, especially after what I did.
I lied to that poor girl.
Love will make you do fucked-up things.
You said it, mister.
I got to run.
It's him! It's him!
Um, Mary, look...
Look, there's something I have to tell you.
I'm not the architect...
Is she really going out with him?
OK, guys, let's huddle up.
Come on, Jimmy!
Jimmy, I'm open! Hit me! Come on!
Is she really going out with him?
Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo!
Exceptional, my ass.
I wash my hair, and I kid myself I look really sweet
Looks like I double jumped you for the win.
Pay up, big guy.
Look over there
- Coconut. - Yeah, very good. Coconut.
Where's the rest of it, Warren?
They say that looks don't count for much
So there goes your proof
Is she really going out with him?
Look at her.
She's more beautiful than I remember.
Thanks for picking up the lunch tab, Mar.
Sorry I forgot my wallet. I feel like a dog.
Don't worry about it. It was fun.
- Euch! - Fuck me.
How's my stomach taste?
Oh. How's my stomach taste, she says.
Holy shit, look. Look, there's Warren.
Franks and beans!
Frank and beans!
Warren, come on, you just ate.
Hey, leave him alone. He's just got a big appetite. Right, Warren?
I said you got a big...
Warren, Warren, Warren, Warren!
Oh, yes. Uh-huh.
You can't touch his ears unless he trusts you. Are you OK?
Not to worry.
So I'll see you tonight, right?
- You OK? - He broke it.
OK. What are you waiting for? Let's go.
I don't know what to say.
Just tell her the truth about Healy.
Blow the schmuck out of the water. Come on.
No, I can't.
I unleashed the psycho on her. She's going to be fucking pissed.
Mary? Is that...
It is you.
Who is that?
Hi. It's Ted.
Yeah, Ted from Rhode Island. Ted.
Ted? Oh, my God.
How are you?
- It's good to see you. - Good to see you, too.
How you been?
I haven't seen you since... since...
Yeah. Since... since, um...
That's right... senior prom.
I... you got a great memory.
Oh, man, that was...
I haven't thought about that in years.
Everything, you know.
Oh, oh, that's fine.
You know, I was in and out of the hospital in a couple of weeks.
It was not a big deal at all.
Now I'm good.
Strong like bull.
Hey, hi, Warren.
- How are you? - I'm... how are you?
I can't believe that he remembers you.
Oh, piggyback... no. I'll take a rain check this time, OK?
He never remembers anybody. It's amazing.
So, what are you doing here?
Do you work here?
This is my office. Well, it's up there.
I was just out on my lunch break with Warren.
- It's crazy. What are you doing here? - Well, that's a funny story.
I was... I decided to...
I got in the car with my friend, um
and we just, uh... we came down to Florida, right?
Well, you look great. You look really good.
I mean, what's the story? Are you married?
Do you have kids? What's the deal?
No. Dodged a few bullets.
God, this is just so... bizarre.
I mean, I'm standing here with Mary Jensen.
No, no. Now it's Mary Matthews.
Oh. Did you...
No, no. I haven't walked down that plank yet, no.
But, uh, it was this thing in college.
This creepy guy who...
Anyhow, there was a restraining order,
got kind of ugly, and after Princeton, I just decided
be cautious. Change your name.
Just kind of leave that behind.
Right. That sounds... that sounds horrible.
It was... yeah.
It was, but it's over, I think, so it's good.
Hey, what are you doing tonight?
Do you think maybe you want to maybe, I don't know, go out to dinner?
Catch up on old times.
Didn't we just do that?
I'm fucking with you, Ted.
No. Listen, I'd like to, it'd be great, but, I sort of already have plans tonight.
But I'm free tomorrow night.
Yeah, sure. Or, you know
or you could just blow off thatjerk you're going out with tonight
and come out with me.
What hotel are you staying at?
Uh, the Cardoza.
Pick you up at 8.00?
- OK - OK.
Cool. See you.
Look closely at this picture
Ted and Mary like before
Can you see her as Ted sees her
And why he couldn't wait no more?
And if you still think he's being silly
Then you've still got more to see
'Cause this isn'tjust a date, folks
This is chemistry
Well, there's just somethin' about Mary
Banana! We're gonna be buyin'bananas tonight!
'Cause back when I was your age,
I always used to make myself a big banana split after sex.
I think you're gonna need one tonight.
Oh. Don't get ahead of yourself, Magda.
You'll probably be eating a banana split before I do.
Don't bet on it.
Last time I had a pap smear,
the guy needed leather gloves and an oyster shucker.
I am a little psyched.
I ran into this guy I haven't seen since high school.
An old flame?
Kind of. Ted Stroehmann.
The sweetest guy in the world.
He was so cute. He was so clumsy and he had this huge mouth full of metal.
You know how I like braces.
Anyhow, we're going out tonight.
Oh, God, that reminds me. I have to cancel what's-his-face.
Who is it?
- Hello, how are you? - Good. How are you?
I'm fine, thank you.
Oh, look who's here.
There she is.
I brought you a little thirst quencher, Mag.
Oh, aren't you sweet?
No, I'm not. I
just want to get you drunk so you'll pass out,
and I can give Mary a good rogering.
You want me to pour you one?
Uh, thanks, but I have to be going.
Unfortunately, this is not a social visit.
Really? What's up?
Well, I've got a little more news about your friend Healy.
Tucker, everything's OK.
He confessed everything. He told me he's not an architect.
You were right, but right now I'm actually running behind.
Mary, the man's a killer.
Yes. I have a friend in the Boston police department.
He faxed me this morning. I'll just give you the highlights.
After a short stint as a petty thief,
Patrick R. Healy graduated to armed robbery by the age of 14.
At 16, he committed his first murder,
a pretty teacher's aide named Molly Pettygrove.
He was incarcerated until the age of 22,
when despite a grim psychological profile,
the state was forced to release him.
In his mid-20s and again in his early 30s,
he was suspected of homicides in the states of Utah and Washington.
Unfortunately, the bodies were so badly decomposed,
there wasn't enough evidence to hold him. And so on and so forth.
You guys, what am I gonna do?
I'm supposed to meet this guy in an hour.
Well, just calm down. Everything's going to be fine. Don't worry.
Why you two never hooked up is beyond me.
I'm so lucky to have you as a friend.
Yes, well, don't get all gooey on me now.
You're gonna give me a big head.
See, the important thing, Doctor,
is you have to distance yourself as much as possible
without pissing this psycho off.
I know what I got to do, I know what I got to do.
Where's the phone?
You're gonna pay, fucker.
I don't know, Dom.
I don't feel good. I feel nervous. I really feel nervous.
Oh, come on, relax. Relax.
Been to the cash machine?
- Car clean? - Uh-huh.
- Plenty of gas? - Uh-huh.
Mmm. Breath. How's your breath?
It's fine. I had some Altoids.
All right, I think you're all set.
So just go clean the pipes, and it's a go.
You know, clean the pipes.
What do you mean, clean the pipes?
You choke the chicken before any big date, don't you?
Tell me you spank the monkey before any big date.
Oh, my God. He doesn't flog the dolphin before a big date. Are you crazy?
That's like going out there with a loaded gun.
Of course that's why you're nervous.
Oh, my dear friend, please sit. Please.
Uhh, look, um...
After you've had sex with a girl,
and you're lying in bed with her,
are you nervous?
No, you're not. Why?
'Cause I'm tired.
It's 'cause you ain't got the baby batter on the brain any more.
Jesus, that stuff will fuck your head up.
The most honest moment in a man's life
are the few minutes after he's blown his load.
Now, that is a medical fact and the reason for it
is that you're no longer trying to get laid.
You're actually thinking like a girl
and girls love that.
I've been going out with a loaded gun.
People get hurt that way.
Ohh! Whoa whoa whoa whoa!
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!
Healy, how... how smashing to see you.
You're dead! You fuckup!
OK, take it easy.
Who the fuck do you think you are making that shit up about me?
It's that stalker, Ted.
He got ahold of you, didn't he?
You're working for him, aren't you, you little shit?
Either you come clean, or I'm gonna kick your fucking ass!
I love her, man!
You heard me, God damn it.
I love Mary, man.
I'm a phony, just like you.
What do you mean?
I mean, I'm a fucking fraud.
I'm no architect. Don't be a putz, man.
Who's been to Santiago, Chile, twice in one year?
I've never even been in Jersey!
OK, OK. Just take it easy.
Wait a minute. You knew those people back at Harvard.
I knew shit, man.
The only thing I knew was that you were a fake,
and I made up everything else.
My real name's Norm.
I'm a pizza delivery boy.
Look. Here's my ID.
Keep the change.
hell did it go?
Uh, hang on.
Wait a second.
Hey. Hello. How you doing?
Good. How are you?
- Good. - Good.
You are looking very beautiful.
What is that?
On your ear.
No, your left ear.
Is that hair gel?
Great. I could use some.
No. You don't have to. You don't...
I just ran out.
How we doing over here?
Little more wine?
So... so when you say, um
killer, you mean...
He's a murderer. Yeah.
Like an actual convicted murderer?
He killed people. I know. It's crazy.
And, uh, what? Did he ever go to jail?
Yeah. In Boston.
He spent I don't know how long, but...
And he just got out?
Well, it's obviously... the system sucks.
The guy's walking the streets.
I'm kissing him.
Right. But you didn't do anything
I mean, you didn't...
No. No, no, no. God, I couldn't live with myself.
I mean, I only went out with him a couple of times,
but, you know, it's like, just the thought of that...
I shouldn't be putting this all on you.
I'm sorry. We haven't seen each other in so long.
No. It's... it's just I feel really bad.
I'm tired of talking about stalkers.
Let's talk about you.
Are you OK? Yeah?
- Do you want some water? - No. I'm good.
Hey, Tracy, how are the twins?
Fuck you, Norm.
I like it when you talk dirty to me, man.
Here you go, big guy.
Come on. Cough it up, chompers.
How the hell did you meet Mary?
It was just dumb luck, really.
I delivered a pie to her one night,
and she answered the door in her nightgown and, whoa.
That was it for me.
I went home that night, shaved my beard
and a week later I'm laid out in her office with a broken back.
How'd you do that?
A friend. Baseball bat.
Do you want another one?
Uh, sure. Yeah.
Couple more nitrate-sicles, please.
Two corn dogs coming up.
I don't think that they have enough meats on sticks.
No, seriously. If you think about it,
they have plenty of sweets, right?
They have lollipops, they have fudgesicles.
They have popsicles,
but they don't have any other meat on sticks.
Yes, you don't see that many meats on sticks.
No, absolutely not.
You know what I'd like to see?
I'd like to see more meats in a cone.
You don't hardly ever see that.
That's an idea I think is waiting to pop.
Just like a nice, big, oversized waffle cone stuffed full of
It's too bad you don't live here, Ted.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
We have a lot in common.
Well, you know, maybe, um...
Have you ever thought about, uh
maybe moving back up to Rhode Island?
I thought about it, but I got too much of a good thing going on here.
I got a great practice, like the people I work with, Warren.
Maybe you should just, like, move down here and marry me.
So you're a writer.
Yeah, well, I'm trying to be.
Well, the good thing about writing
is you can do it anywhere.
How about you?
How did you manage to stay single all these years?
Well, I'm bisexual, so that's hard for a lot of guys to understand.
You gonna smoke that?
You know, I read somewhere that most women are
if you really ask them honestly,
have tendencies towards...
- I mean, everybody has a bit of... - Ted, I'm fucking with you.
I know. It sickens me.
Actually, I did almost get married once.
Well, he was a really great guy.
He lived up north, and, uh...
Come on, let's go.
Here you go.
Wait. How many is this?
- Four. - Four?
That seems like an awful of lot of speed to give one little pooch.
Are you sure it won't kill him?
I never said that.
There's a baby.
Ah, good, good, good, good.
Then it was over. We really haven't spoken since.
Hmm. Wow. Sounds like he was almost perfect.
Hey, you want to go upstairs and watch Sportscenter?
You know, I think I'm just gonna quit while I'm ahead.
You're not that far ahead, Ted.
What are you doing?
Hi, hon. Just straightening up.
Put that down!
Honey, where is Puffy?
Oh. He was being a pest, so I put him in the bathroom.
- Really? - Uh-huh.
Can you do me a favor?
Would you mind letting the dog out of the bathroom?
'Cause I think I should have a talk with Magda here.
What kind of dog is Puffy?
- Border terrier. - Border terrier. Like, uh, Benji.
Are you the little guy making all that big noise?
Puffy, stop it!
Take a little bit of this!
- Puffy! - Puffy!
Puffy, Puffy! Puffy!
You want a grape?
A grape? Sure.
- Ready? - Yeah.
All net. All net.
We make a good team.
It's all right. Get in closer.
That's good. That's good.
Don't be afraid. Get right in there.
A little bit more. A little bit more.
He'll be fine. Mary, you're overprotective.
No, no, no. We already got it.
Come on, come on.
Pow! Pow! Pow!
Warren! Come here! Stop!
I'm OK! I'm OK!
It's his fault. He hit me with that stuff.
Whoo! Warren! Warren!
I didn't do it.
He got in the way.
I know, I know, I know.
Does anybody have any pliers?
Flowers are for you. Ball is for Warren.
Had a friend Fed-Ex it from Boston.
Signed by Tony... Conigliaro.
Did you hire Pat Healy to spy on me?
What are you talking about?
I got an anonymous letter.
It's not true, right, Ted?
Well, it's... it's...
It's an interesting thing that happened.
Yeah, it's true, but it's... it's not...
OK. Get out.
Mary, wait. First of all,
I didn't know that this guy was...
What? That he was a murderer?
Uh, that, yeah, and in addition to many other things.
I didn't know anything about the guy.
I hardly know him.
How could you do that, Ted?
How could you have some guy you don't even know spy on me?
What were you trying to do?
Trick me into feeling something for you?
No. I didn't...
I didn't want to trick you.
I did it because I never stopped thinking about you.
And if I didn't find you, I knew that my life
would never, ever be good again.
Healy! You in there?
And it was going along just fine until you showed up.
This is a pretty nice place.
Sully, what the fuck happened?
Whoa, whoa! Hey, peace, man.
You fucked me, man!
Wait! Hey, come on!
Look... look, man...
Look, don't do anything rash now, buddy, hmm?
Who the fuck is this guy?!
Uh, that's Norm. He's a pizza boy.
He's in love with Mary, too.
Look, come on, man.
All right... look, I think everybody could use a drink right now, hmm?
I don't want a drink!
Whoa, hey, hey, look...
You asked me to follow around your girl and I did.
And then the truth is, I... I started to like her.
And that's when I realized I couldn't in good conscience bring myself to do it.
Turn her over to a violent... stalker.
Oh, I'm a stalker.
You're calling me a violent stalker?
Oh, yeah. Sure.
You're a sick fuck.
Hey, fuck you.
You just can't take the fact that it was my turn!
Yeah, that's right. My turn.
Why can't I ever get a girl like Mary?
Yeah, well, just 'cause you didn't get her,
you didn't have to blow us both out of the water.
What are you talkin' about?
You're gonna tell me you didn't write her an anonymous letter
telling her about our whole deal together?
It was you.
You sent the letter.
It was you!
We had a deal. You said you wouldn't fuck me
and I wouldn't fuck you until
we got this fuck outta the fuckin' picture.
You crossed the line, man!
Whoa, whoa, whoa, man!
You're gettin' crazy, now.
Why would I cross the line?
Y-you probably did it yourself, you piece of shit.
Oh, yeah, that makes a lot of sense.
Why would I rat myself out?
Like I'm gonna try to figure out some guy
whose idea of courtin' is blowin' farts in her face.
- You were followin' us. - Don't flatter yourself.
I-I-I was following her!
I always do.
How the hell do you think I got rid of the last guy... Brett?
Br... wait. Brett?
Are you sayin' that Brett didn't say those things about Warren?
Are you shittin' me?
Mr Goody Two-Shoes?
He was like an eagle scout!
Wait a minute!
You two should be kissin' my fuckin' hairy beanbag,
'cause if it wasn't for me, she might have married that schmuck!
I feel sick.
Both of you are just...
I'm outta here.
Who the hell is Woogie?
What are... what are you doing here?
Did you get my letter, Mar?
The one about Ted?
Y-you sent that?
I was worried about you.
Woogie, you know you're not supposed to be within 400 yards of me.
Oh, I know. I do, in fact.
That's... that's what I really wanted to talk to you about.
You know that I have actually been through
nine years of intensive psychotherapy and you know something?
You were absolutely right.
I needed help.
That's great, Woogie.
I mean, I'm glad you're doing better.
You... you look...
You look good.
Except for the rash thing's still there, right?
Yes. You noticed, huh?
These are called love blisters.
They went away for a little while,
but then you came back in my life, milady, huh?
Woogie... I did not come back into your life, OK?
I don't even know how you found me.
Let's not forget here, you put me through a lot of bullshit, OK?
I had to change my name. I had to go to court.
I mean, you stole all of my shoes!
What are you talking about?!
Woogie, I caught you red-handed!
I was in a weird place then, Mary.
OK? Come on. Gimme... gimme a break here, OK?
I was a little... a little nuts, a little...
But I'm fine.
you're starting to make me a little nervous.
Ooh! I'm making you feel nervous.
Nervous... what's that?
I don't know anything about nervous. Ehhh! Jeez.
You ever had a whitehead on your eyeball, Mary? Hmm?
Woogie, I'm asking you to leave.
No, Mary, you got this all wrong.
I'm not going anywhere. Mm-mmm.
Until I get something to remember you by.
Stop it! Stop!
Just one pair! You owe me that, you heartless bitch!
Huh? Whoa! What the... hey!
Tucker... what happened to your crutches?
Uh, well, uh, yeah...
That's a very good query, Mary. Well done.
Come on! Tell her the truth, pizza boy.
I live with my folks up in Pompano. Hey.
Oh, man! This is like group therapy or somethin'!
Dom! What are you doin' here?
You stole her from me and now I want her back.
I stole her from you? What are you... what are you talkin' about?
Woogie! How many times did I tell you this at Princeton?
Ted and I had one date.
You and I were already broken up!
But... you're married.
You have a wife, beautiful kids.
Ted, if you love 'em so much, please, be my guest.
All right, what the hell is going on in here?
Can someone explain it to me?
Um, look, we're... we're all in love with Mary.
If I may, I have a proposal.
I say none of us leaves this room
till our young Mary here stops jerkin' us around
and decides, once and for all,
who she really wants.
Now, Mary, I know this is tough
but you really will be doing them all a great favor
to tell them the truth about us.
Are you crazy?
What makes you think I would pick you, anyhow?
You're a murderer!
Well, I, uh, I may have been blowin'
a little smoke up your ass there, Mary. Sorry.
What the hell is Brett Favre doing here?
I'm in town to play the Dolphins, you dumbass.
Yeah, I called him, Mary.
I told him to pick up Warren and get down here.
See, your friend Tucker was lying about a couple of other things.
Brett never said those bad things about Warren.
He loves Warren.
And from what he told me on the phone just now,
he loves you, too.
He's the guy you should be with.
That's right, Mary.
You know I'll always be true to you.
Oh, shit! This isn't fair. Jesus!
You know, I feel like an idiot.
See, I realized somethin' today.
I'm no better than any of these guys.
I mean, none of them love you, really.
They're just... they're just
fixated on you, because of how
you make them feel about themselves.
I mean, that's not real love.
I don't know what that is.
Please! Mary, don't listen to him!
This is just another one of his stupid little ploys.
You know, Stroehmann, you are so full of shit!
Yeah, you're the biggest stalker of us all, man!
You're gonna stand here and tell me
that you're not nuts about this girl?
Yeah, that's what I'm tellin' you.
Hey, good luck, Brett.
Yeah. Thank you.
She's a great gal. Take care of her.
I'll, uh, see you, Mary.
Hey, Warren, see ya later.
OK. Goodbye, Ted.
God. Mary, I've missed you.
Hey, uh, Brett.
What are the chances I could get you
to give me a little autograph on this pump here, huh?
Somethin' nice for the wife and kids.
Ah, shut up. Cock tease.
Well, she's back with her old boyfriend
He don't challenge her
He don't contend with her
And she don't answer the cards you send
And you're jealous of the time
That he spend with her
Just let her go into the darkness
Let her live for all the things there
Let her go into the darkness
Let her go, let her go, let her go
You forgot your keys.
Did you really mean what you said up there?
I just want you to be happy, Mary.
But I'd be happiest with you.
You're fuckin' with me, right?
Brett Fav... re?
What did I tell you the first time we met?
I'm a niners fan.
His friends would say stop whinin'
They've had enough of that
His friends would say stop pinin'
There's other girls to look at
They've tried to set him up
With Tiffany and Indigo
But there's somethin' about Mary
That they don't know...
What are you doing?
That's my girl he's kissin'.
But you just slept with me!
I was only bonin' you to get to Mary.
And a one... 2, 3, 4
5, 6, 7, 8!
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