Butchers Wife The
Over the water and across the sea...
on a little island off the Carolinas...
there once lived a young girl with a great gift...
who thought she knew it all.
Folks call me Marina, and I'm a clairvoyant.
I've always known what people desire long before they do...
and that's just a gift I was born with.
Of course, I was always on the watch for my other half...
what Grammy d'Arbo calls your split-apart.
Mind you, I had my suitors...
but I was waiting for the signs to let me know the right one...
a zigzag rainbow...
a bolt of lightning ripping through the sky...
the usual things that tell you love's at hand.
As the years went by, I grew fevered with anticipation.
Grammy told me it was hormones.
But I knew love had to be on its way...
and I could hardly wait for my journey to begin.
First, a twin-tailed comet crossed my path...
and I was sure love could not be far behind.
Next thing I know, a magical gift washed up on shore...
promising travel to a faraway place.
And then thejumping mullet fish yielded up a wedding band...
an undeniable sign that I'd soon meet my mate.
And then one night, I saw him in my dream.
Well, just part of him, actually...
but what a part.
It was a lustrous, glowing smile.
Grammy d'Arbo said you can tell nothing from a smile...
unless, of course, you're a dentist.
Truth be told, I'd had just about enough of her wisdom.
I knew what I had seen in my dream...
the smile of my split-apart.
And he'd be coming over the water and across the sea...
the man of my dreams.
No. No, my Zeus.
Which is why I must admit I was a mite surprised...
when the tides washed in my husband-to-be Leo Lemke.
Grammy d'Arbo always said love is the leap that won't be denied.
And what a leap I made...
from my little island to his.
Kids, don't waste the water!
You little bastards!
I'll make sausage out of ya!
Ladies, could you help me, please?
Molly, Gina, this is my bride, Marina Lemke.
Welcome to the neighborhood.
Leo. You'll get a hernia.
Love's made a young man of me.
No peeking, now. No peeking.
It's for wrapping the meat.
That's right! You always got to wear an apron. Always.
And you'll be working here, behind the counter.
- It's fragile. - Sorry.
The most important part of the business...
keeping the customer satisfied.
Oh, Leo, you're back.
Hey, Harper, you're holding me up?
The writers decided that Harper's gonna kill somebody next week.
Of course, they haven't decided whom.
But I decided I'd start working with the weapon...
so I'd be more in-the-moment when it comes.
Honey, this is Robyn Graves.
She's Harper on Our Daily Bread.
- Big TV star. - Well, hardly.
And this is Marina Lemke...
Pleased to meet ya.
I mean, my God. Congratulations.
Leo, you sneaky devil.
You didn't even tell me you were seeing anybody.
I was just showing Marina around the shop.
- We're not really open. - Oh, no, Leo.
You got to help me, please. Please?
I got some stuff in the freezer if you want.
- Just something for the barbecue. - Let me see what I can do ya.
So Leo married.
And you too. That's great.
- When did you two meet? - Two days ago.
You're kidding. Oh, that's so brave.
I mean, it's just that it seems so sudden.
- How did you know he was the one? - I dreamed about him.
I wish I got some answers when I'm asleep.
All I ever dream about is being on stage naked...
which is so textbook I'm embarrassed to tell my boyfriend about it.
- He's a shrink. - Shrink?
Psychiatrist. And I know that he wishes...
I had more complicated dreams, so...
I make 'em up sometimes.
Maybe I could borrow yours.
"Honey, I dreamed I was at my wedding last night...
and you were the one.
The one and only."
How will I ever know for sure?
Oh, you'll know.
There's love waiting for you behind a friendly face.
There'll be big changes...
and a nice surprise...
but don't be scared of it.
Just stand up to it.
Destiny has a way of working itself out.
That's what Grandma d'Arbo always says.
Then Alex is it. I think you're right.
I think we've both been just fooling ourselves...
with all this talk about shared independence...
when basically at heart...
I am an old-fashioned girl.
- I could just die... - Here you go, sweetheart.
A couple of London broils. You can defrost them in the microwave.
Thanks, Leo. You know, your wife...
Is something special, all right.
Robyn, we've been driving all day...
and this is our first night home together.
We got to close up now.
Oh, God. How insensitive of me.
- Leo, what do I owe you? - You can pay me next time.
- I don't got any change. - Oh, hey.
Thank you. We'll talk?
Looking towards it.
- See you later. - Bye.
how come you told her all that stuff?
Just thought she might want to know.
Welcome back! I hear congratulations are in order.
Hey, Doc! Meet my new bride, Marina.
- You all right? - I'm fine.
I was just careless.
- I hope you have enough space. - Oh, plenty.
You know, I wasn't expecting to bring home a new wife.
That thing's awful loud.
I got a brand-new digital alarm clock from the bank.
Want me to put this in the living room?
Oh, no. This clock's been with my family since heaven started.
- It's a perpetual motion clock. - There's no such thing.
Grandma d'Arbo says those ticks are the heartbeat of a marriage...
two hearts beating as one.
That's nice, honey.
Don't you go anywhere.
You can't beat Bessie.
Oh, Bessie Smith...
the empress of the blues.
- How come it sounds so scratchy? - It's an original pressing.
No one's ever wanted me to dance with them before.
- I can't believe that. - Well, it's the truth.
This town is just crackling with current.
I'm never going to get to sleep.
I was thinking...
maybe you could take me out to meet some of the neighbors.
We got to get up early tomorrow.
We got a big delivery coming.
I think it's going to be late arriving.
Something... Cracked axle.
- I'm getting good at this. - You sure are.
So what do you say?
I say I'm one lucky butcher.
I'm sure glad I found you.
I found you.
I'm sorry. It's just, you took me by surprise.
I thought our next decision is living together, not marriage.
Where did this come from all of a sudden?
The butcher's wife.
I've been to a lot of clairvoyants in my time...
and this one is the real thing.
She's a very wise woman. I could tell.
Leo's married to a clairvoyant?
And she told me...
"Love is waiting for you behind a friendly face.
Don't be scared of it.
You can stand up to it."
Where the hell did Leo meet a gypsy?
Alex, do you want to get married or not?
- Before we answer that question... - Oh, God.
If she's going to have such a profound effect on us...
I'd like to know more about her.
- Could we get off her and on to us? - I'm concerned.
No, curious. Yes.
If you're going to talk about getting married...
why would you approach some strange woman in a butcher shop?
Why wouldn't you just come to me?
Forget it! Just forget it!
I should've told you I dreamed it. We'd be at the altar by now.
- Can we talk about this rationally? - No.
Can you fight like a man instead of a shrink?
All I am trying to say is that marriage is an inspired decision.
And I told you I'm uncomfortable with the term "shrink."
"We are all in the gutter...
but some of us are looking at the stars."
Who'd have done that?
- It's beautiful. - It's vandalism.
I could wash it off for a couple of bucks.
Don't you want to let it stay put?
Well, what would it hurt?
We got some chores around the shop, if you're handy with a broom.
- We do? - Sure.
We've got that big delivery arriving late this afternoon.
This morning. Can I talk to you for a minute?
I know this kid. He's trouble.
No, I don't see that.
Maybe a little misunderstood. He could use a job.
What do you say?
Hey, what are you waiting for?
Get in here before he changes his mind.
Eugene, come on out here! Just come on out here!
I want you to go out and sweep out the back room.
- Right now? - No. Tomorrow.
And a dollar and a quarter. You stop back soon.
Thanks. I will.
Love your window. It's so original.
Thank you. See ya later.
Afternoon, Dr. Tremor.
What would you be needing?
I'm just looking for someone.
He's in the back.
I wouldn't fret yourself none over Eugene.
- He's a good boy. - Of course he's a good boy.
Doctor, Leo said the chops are real nice today.
Good. I'd like to talk to you for a moment.
Sorry, Doc. I'm on the clock.
Then I'll just take a moment of your time.
It's okay. Go on.
Eugene, what are you doing?
- I'm sweeping out the bad luck. - What?
It's a sedge broom from Ocracoke.
That's an island off the coast of North Carolina, where I'm from.
Will you excuse us for a moment? Eugene...
- Did you forget our appointment? - I got a job now.
I don't need a shrink anymore.
I don't think he likes being called that.
- Hey, Doc. How's it going? - I'm fine. Thanks, Leo.
Just trying to have a chat with Eugene, if that's all right.
Sure, sure. Take your time.
Honey, what are you doing cutting up all those chops?
We'll have no place to put them when the delivery truck shows up.
I don't see that as a problem. They won't be arriving today.
- They called? - No, not yet.
- I'm really getting good at this. - I thought we had an agreement.
You were going to see me until the end of the summer...
before we decided whether you need a shrink... psychiatrist.
That was an agreement that you and my probation officer made.
I'm just a troubled kid, Doc.
Who's been telling you that? You're no trouble at all.
Eugene, I am thrilled you found a job.
It's a positive move, but I don't think it precludes therapy.
We've still got some things to talk about.
Honey, those chops are gonna dry out.
Nobody's gonna want to buy them tomorrow.
It's all in the rhythm, isn't it?
Out of my way, asshole. Oh, thank God you're open.
He's standing there with that little-boy-lost look.
"I'm an artist, so it's cool if my right brain's oatmeal.
Did Jackson Pollack remember to bring home veal chops?"
I said, "Cut it out, Julian.
That stopped being cute the day you got out of art school.
I pay for the food! You can pick it up!"
So now I've got a sit-down dinner for 24 influential critics...
and art dealers in less than three hours.
I'm hoping one will discover the bugger and take him off my hands.
Of course you're thinking, "It's her fault.
What kind of sane woman gets involved with a man...
with pretensions to paint?"
But I'm throwing myself on your mercy.
I need veal chops. Lots of them. Now.
- What's this? - Veal chops. Lots of them. Now.
How'd you do that?
- Oh, great window. - Bye.
Yeah. How did she do that?
Eugene, why don't you stop by tonight at 6:00?
We'll talk about this choice.
Don't worry, Doctor. I'll take good care of him.
I appreciate that, Mrs. Lemke.
Say hey to your gal for me.
Oh, that's right. You and Robyn had a brief...
or, shall we say, influential, encounter.
I'm curious, Mrs. Lemke.
Why would you suggest we get married?
What I say and what people hear aren't always the same thing.
Don't you find that in your calling, Doctor?
I never told your sweetheart to marry with you.
I can see you sparking to her.
A man like you needs someone bigger than life itself.
But she's not gonna be the one you'll settle with.
Could you give me a hand?
Can I offer you a little professional advice?
A scholar like you? I'd be honored.
I believe in female intuition, Mrs. Lemke, to an extent...
It's just a specific manifestation of the collective unconscious...
but you might want to be careful about ordering your life...
or anyone else's for that matter...
on such a primitive instinct.
I'll keep that in mind.
Would you get the door?
Eugene, I'll see you later.
That boy's tongue's long enough to cut his throat.
I was going to say that.
Honey, it's for...
You want to get that?
What do you mean you can't get here?
I need the goddamn beef today!
I better take my mess out of here.
- What? A cracked axle? - Eugene, mind the store.
Wash your hands before you touch that meat.
Hi, girls. How are you today?
Good, real good. Just out for a stroll.
I don't think I've seen you here before.
I just moved up here with my husband.
Maybe you know him.
His name's Leo Lemke.
Hi. Let me know if you need help.
Well, actually, I do.
I'm looking for something dowdy and plain.
What's the occasion?
A church recital.
"Lead us not into temptation."
It's so glamorous.
You know, with your hair done up and some nice shoes...
Been a while since you were in church.
I see you wearing this at a nightclub...
and you're standing in front of a room full of people...
and you're singing.
You could always frump these up with pearls and pumps.
I'll take this one.
How much are these?
Those are 350.
I think I got that. This is three.
I got the change.
There you go.
I got to get back to work.
See ya later.
I think I've made a breakthrough.
I'm gonna sing the blues.
Sing the blues.
What exactly does that mean to you?
A lounge act.
Actually, I met this wonderful woman...
in a clothing store...
and I don't remember exactly what she said...
but it feels right.
I'm gonna sing.
All right. You feel you'd like to sing.
But why do you think a clerk in a clothing store...
is having such a profound effect on you?
No, no. She's not a clerk.
I think she works in the butcher's shop...
or something, but...
she is so wise.
a woman as intelligent and insightful as yourself...
doesn't need some clairvoyant to tell you how to live your life.
That's why we're here.
Do you really think she's clairvoyant?
- Hi. - Good evening.
Who did that to your window?
Maybe I should do something like that at the store.
About those shoes...
Oh, they are so cozy.
You're working in them?
What's that for?
for you and a friend.
Friends I got plenty of.
It's love that's left me wanting.
Well, don't despair. It takes as long as it takes.
It bothers Leo when I get to talking this way.
There's two faces.
No, it's one face with two sides.
On one side...
But not to her. It's...
It's just to men who've treated her unkindly.
On the other...
she's looking for love...
but she's confused...
well, 'cause she's just looking for...
she's just looking for it in the wrong house.
God love her. I can't wait.
You just stick close to your front porch.
You're gonna be cooking for two real soon.
Hey, do you think my husband would like me in something like that?
I mean, it's just so sophisticated, and...
No. I think you look great.
What do I owe you?
Oh, goodness, nothing. It's a gift.
- Thanks. - See ya later.
Marina, there's a lot of nuts in this city.
You don't want people thinking you're one of them.
So, how about, like...
no more of this hocus-pocus talk, huh?
Goodness, Leo, I'm just trying to help out.
Honey, we're in the business of selling meat, not giving advice.
I got to tell you, it's giving me the creeps.
I got to go get a drink.
I just heard the news. How's married life?
Hit me, Luis, hard.
Come over here, sweetheart.
Molly, Gina. How are you ladies this evening?
Fine. Come. Sit down. It's for you.
how's love everlasting?
Oh, we're just smoothing out the creases.
Everything has a way of working itself out, doesn't it?
A wedding present. You need a mojo.
It's a sack of charms.
Some herbs, dried flowers, a little spice.
Some roots, nut shells, spider webs, candle wax.
Personally, I like cumin.
Yeah? You use cumin?
I never use cumin. Goat's hair is nice.
It helps clear up the vision, so what you see is...
What you end up getting.
Thank you, ladies.
You know, though...
what's meant to be just can't be changed.
Hard times demand an open mind.
Nice shoes, Alex. Jackie Gleason collection?
You like 'em?
By the way, I can't go away with you and Robyn next weekend.
What do you mean you can't go away next weekend?
Something came up.
I rented this house five months ago.
I've been looking forward to this weekend together.
It was unexpected.
We're supposed to relax and have fun, goddamn it.
I scheduled you a blind date for Saturday night.
I already have a date, thank you.
Oh, that's something else.
- Bring her along. - I don't know who she is yet.
- I'm curious. - Oh, no.
No, no. You have a date with somebody...
but you don't know who it is.
- Shut up and putt. - No.
I'm always interested when my friends show...
early signs of dementia praecox.
I know it sounds flaky, but I met this wonderful woman...
and she says I'll be cooking for two soon...
and I really want to believe her.
- Believe who? - The butcher's wife.
I knew that one day...
I ran from you, Chauncey, as far as I could.
So why do I keep ending up back in your arms?
Because that's where you were meant to be...
safe and warm in my sweet embrace.
Come to Uncle Chauncey, my little passion flower.
I only want what's best for us.
I told you one of us would end up hurt.
Why does everything I touch die?
It's the gun, sweetheart.
- The gun. - One little box he brings down!
A big man like that, he brings one box! One teeny little box!
Let's load this thing up! I can't believe it.
It's an awfully long distance from Georgia.
I got this thing for you, and I wanted to give it to you.
I wanted you to open it here.
- Thanks. - Just a little present...
but it means something special to me, and I wanted to give it to you.
Eugene, she's beautiful. Come here.
I named her Rosalita.
She's so sweet. Hey, Rosalita.
You like her?
Oh, she's beautiful. Thank you so much.
Eugene, you're late! Get your butt in gear now!
Leo, if you want to pass words with me...
will you please not take it out on him?
Are you wearing some new kind of perfume?
I think you may be allergic to my new mojo.
Let me get you a tissue.
- Here you go. - What the hell is that?
Oh, this is Rosalita.
Isn't she sweet?
What do you want with a live chicken?
No, don't tell me.
Don't... Don't tell me.
I don't want to know.
Don't say nothing. Just don't.
It's just a little chick.
I never thought I'd see the inside of a shrink's office.
It looks so normal.
I was expecting something a little more psycho.
Pervy, you know?
Uh-huh. How can I help you, Leo?
I don't need help. I'm normal.
It's my wife.
I mean, I know we've only been married for a couple of days...
but I think she might be nuts, if you know what I mean.
Yes. I think I have an idea.
Though "nuts" isn't a word I'm comfortable with.
See, we got married real quick, like the day we met.
Swear to God, she told me I was the man of her dreams.
I had no idea she really meant it.
So we took some holy vows.
I believe a man is only as good as his vows...
but now I think maybe she married me 'cause of these dreams of hers.
She believes in 'em, Doc.
It's not natural.
It could be some sort of complex in her head, right?
Which means she's nuts.
And if she's nuts, how do I even know if she loves me?
So I'm thinking...
Sounds like your field.
And she's really spooking me now, Doc.
She's got some live chicken running around...
and she's wearing some hojo around her neck.
You gotta cure her, or we're in big trouble.
Doc, I been to Brooklyn. I know about voodoo.
- Where's the new missus? - She's fine, thanks.
I said where. Never mind.
Make sure she gets this, okay?
So when you going to give it to her?
- Don't worry. - Do I look worried?
It's a love token. It'll seal your love forever.
Jesus. Oh, Mrs. Lemke.
Oh, boy. Did, I... Did I leave the door unlocked?
Where's the couch?
I don't use a couch.
I don't know if you've ever been in therapy before.
- That's my chair. - Oh, it is?
Well, it's nice.
It's important you know...
that I can be of absolutely no help...
unless you want to be here.
You, of course, are free to go at any time.
I promised Leo I'd come.
Well, I expect he thinks I'm a little touched.
"Touched"? Interesting word.
What exactly does it mean to you?
Well, that's a fine question.
I reckon it's 'cause I know things before he does...
and that just gives him the shivers.
Well, come on. Women have been burned for less.
So you know things.
Like telling a total stranger that she should...
get up in front of a crowd and sing...
when she might not be ready for such a bold move...
and is liable to get terribly discouraged.
You know Stella?
Or telling a lonely woman that she should wait for love to find her...
when she'd be better off getting out there and finding...
But that's all true.
Or telling my girlfriend that she should marry me.
Now, here we go again.
I can't help what I see, can I?
But you can help what you say.
Do you have visions? Do you hear voices?
Do you roller-skate?
How exactly does roller-skating figure into your gift?
Oh, it doesn't. I just wanted to have a little fun.
Yeah, well, it is highly unorthodox to leave the office with a patient.
I'm not your patient, Doctor. I'm doing it for Leo.
If you want to hear how crazy I am, you better just lace up.
What am I doing here?
Some crazy woman in the clothing store put me up to this.
No wonder I'm in therapy. I'm too impressionable.
Don't you think?
You'll be great.
If only I were black, I'd feel so much better.
Luis, rye and soda. Hold the soda.
Make it a double.
I don't want to talk about women...
and I don't want to talk about my wife.
Oh, you're married?
Leo, this is Stella Kefauver, our new lounge act.
She's gonna class up the joint.
You got your work cut out for you.
Hit me again, Luis.
You sing Bessie Smith? A skinny little thing like you?
- Okay, I'll sing the Debby Boone. - No, no, no.
I love Bessie.
Stella, you're on.
You been holding out on me, Luis?
What do you think?
Good evening. For my first selection...
I would like to sing "In the Dark."
In the dark
It's all right. It's okay.
In the dark
It's just you and I
Not a sound
There's not one sigh
Just the beat of my poor heart
In the dark
This dance will be ending
And we're gonna be missed
But I'm not pretending
'Cause I swear it's fun
Fun to be kissed
Oh, in the dark
Now we will find
What the rest
Have left behind
Just let them dance
We're gonna find romance
In the dark
Boy, I miss the wind.
You know, no wind will make you stale.
You were going to explain to me...
about the mechanics of your clairvoyance.
You know, it's so good to cut loose.
Yeah. It sure is.
Mrs. Lemke, come on. I promised your husband.
- You all right? - Yeah. Good.
It's like you're standing in the middle of a doughnut.
And depending on which way you turn, you can tell...
what's going on in folks' lives.
If you lean one way, it's like "whoosh."
You just catch a piece of the past.
And if you turn yourself a bit...
you'll bump right into the future.
But it's like somebody's running me my own private picture show...
in stops and starts.
I'm curious. What do you mean, "picture show"?
Here. Give me your hands.
Well, there's the sea...
and your little naked body...
and you're curling your toes up in the sand.
White flowers at a funeral.
She's real glad that she gave you that red drum set.
And there you are, barely six.
You've got these red bumps all over...
and they're just making you itch.
You just want to scratch.
I was seven.
Move me again because I don't care
Move me 'cause I don't care
Luis, champagne for Mrs. Kefauver.
Miss. And call me Stella.
Champagne? What do you think this is, the Copa?
We got Bud Light on draft.
Stella, you are music to my ears.
Gorgeous. You sing like an angel.
A choir of angels.
Thank you so much.
You are some sort of singer, lady.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
You know, I hear your songs...
and I get pictures in my head.
All soft and dreamy. Like the movies.
Leo, do you really think so?
There aren't many of us that like blues. We got to stick together.
I'd like that.
This ain't the kind of place I imagined you working at.
You imagined me?
But I always thought you blues singers...
slept all day and stayed out all night.
- And lived in Paris. - Yeah.
And now I'm here teaching holy music to pimply-faced kids.
what's on your mind?
I got to tell you something.
It's about my wife.
The thing is...
I don't think we got married for the right reasons.
It seemed to make sense when she proposed, but... I don't know.
Maybe I just don't know how to be her husband.
Since I brought her back here, nothing's been working out.
Maybe it's just not meant to be.
No. She keeps telling me I'm the man she was meant to marry.
The thing is...
Stella, I know it's not right, but...
I got this feeling for you.
I got the same feeling too.
But my wife...
she's so fragile.
It would send her right off the deep end.
A short trip for her.
We'll have a higher love.
We won't wallow in the degradation of earthly desires.
Jesus, you even talk like an angel.
I don't know what to say.
It's hard to get your bearings when you can't even see the stars.
The other night, you were looking for the stars...
in your nightgown.
You were watching me?
Last week I saw something I still don't believe...
and I've studied the stars since I was a kid.
I saw a twin-tailed comet just... right in.
Really? Me too.
That was my definite sign that love was on its way.
How exactly did you come to marry Leo?
I was supposed to marry Leo.
I knew it when I saw his smile in my dreams.
He's my split-apart.
What's a split-apart?
Long ago before man and woman...
when time was young, there were these beings.
- Beans? - Beings.
Oh. Beings. Yeah.
Right. So we were kind of odd-looking...
but just as happy as pigs in a puddle...
and we didn't need no one for nothing, and...
And we could reproduce by ourselves and... Yeah.
You don't know this story.
- You can't. - I do. I do.
Go ahead. Try me.
The spirits that ruled the world then...
Envied our joy and independence.
And so they split us apart.
Like clams on a half shell and then scattered us to the wind.
You can still see the scar...
which, of course, is the...
Right. The bellybutton.
You were saying.
So we're the kinfolk of these old split-aparts...
and mostly we're miserable on account of we spend our lives...
Iooking for our long-lost other half.
getting so caught up in that search for that special person that...
they don't even notice.
Boom, there they are.
Right before their very eyes.
- How'd you know this? - Magic.
I never would've thought you had it in ya.
Actually, everybody knows it.
It's a corruption, of course, but Plato nonetheless.
Well, my grammy told it to me.
She must be well-read.
Blind since birth.
I've never met anyone quite like you, Mrs. Lemke.
You ought to get out more.
And you can call me Marina.
Marina... It's pretty.
Fooling yourself into believing you married Leo...
because your grammy screwed up Plato, that's...
that's dangerous territory.
Well, I appreciate your concern, Doctor...
but I wouldn't expect a man like you to understand.
Oh, no, I do understand.
And I want you to understand, because your impulsive behavior...
is jeopardizing your marriage.
- Perhaps Leo just showed up... - He didn't just show up.
How the hell you think he got to Ocracoke in the first place?
- I suggested he take a vacation. - It was his destiny.
Mrs. Lemke, these delusions are not healthy.
- I can help... - You know what? You don't know zip...
about love or life, Doctor...
and I don't need you strewing your learning all over me.
Do not walk away from this! These fantasies...
Your fantasies of being all-seeing and all-powerful are dangerous...
It's just a hell of a way to run your life!
My God, you didn't dream Leo into your life...
Of course I did. I just made a mistake.
It's all right. It's okay. That's...
Awareness is the first and most difficult step.
I understand what it's like to think you know everything.
It's really terrible. I've made a wreck...
of Leo's life and my life and two innocent strangers.
I've really got to go figure this out...
You ended up skating in the park with a patient.
It's classic countertransference.
You allowed her to manipulate you
into a vulnerable... never mind unprofessional... situation...
where she controlled you.
This is freshman psychology, Alex.
Oh, good. Oh, good. Good.
don't blow a great career on a cute piece of ass.
You keep your dick in your pants...
your id in check...
and you remember that we have a mission...
in this world.
Did you sleep well?
I didn't hear you come in last night.
I didn't want to wake you.
Lend me a hand with this? It's stuck.
Are you trying to tell me something?
No. You trying to tell me something?
Say it with flowers?
For the first time...
I can almost imagine a world without therapy.
Well, I'm glad our time together is having such a positive effect.
It's been good, but I owe this one to that psychic.
I thought we dealt with that.
Don't worry. It's not like I'm cured or anything.
Good. Well, not good...
Forgive me, Doctor, for I have sinned.
But he is such a good man, and I think he really likes me.
Is he married?
Well, yes. But...
his wife's not well...
which, of course, fills me with guilt.
But she's making him miserable, so I rationalize...
by figuring that...
I'm bringing some well-earned joy to his life.
You're disappointed, aren't you?
Oh, no. You wouldn't be if you knew him.
I mean, this is it.
You always know when the right person walks into your life.
I always know when the wrong person walks in...
and it doesn't feel that way at all, so...
I'm sure Leo's the one.
That's his name... Leo.
I really think you'd like him.
- Here's your hot dogs. - No, no, sweetheart. Chops.
- Chops. - Chops.
Great sign. Really makes you want to come in here.
- Oh. It's you. - Hi.
I didn't know you worked here.
- How'd that dress work out? - Great.
Everything's working out great.
Thanks to you, I'm singing at this cabaret. Dellago's?
Oh, I know that place. My husband likes it.
Okay, it's a bar.
But I met this really wonderful man.
Hey, maybe you can tell me if we're going to...
Oh, no. Never mind.
I don't want to know. Just pray for me.
Pray for all of us, darling.
Would it be all right if I put up a flyer?
Well, sure. I'd be proud.
I've got to tell Leo to get up there to see you.
He just loves that old stuff.
That'll be 10.
Well, see ya.
I've got to find a wife for my husband.
Out of my way, asshole.
Would you fancy meeting a cuddly middle-aged man?
Sorry. I like them young and talented.
I never go on dates arranged by my butcher...
but I'd be interested in meeting the artist who did your window.
Is he young?
Take my card.
What I wouldn't give for just a little breeze.
Not till September at the earliest.
So now you're doing the weather?
The face of God is a one-way mirror.
You're not listening to me! I knew it!
You're absolutely correct, and I apologize.
You're still not listening to me.
- Leo. - You're in. Good.
What the hell did you do to my wife?
- I am with a patient. - Your fruitcake can wait. Mine can't.
You got her trying to fix me up with strange women.
I don't know what kind of advice you're giving out...
but a few more visits with you, we can book her a room in Bellevue!
Wait a second! I am not...
Just stay the hell away from her, okay?
You're a dangerous man.
- Your clock's stuck. - I don't want to talk about it!
He's seeing some lunatic.
Doctor's wife is not one of my featured roles.
God, Grace, what am I going to do?
- What? - I proposed to him the other night.
- No. - Yes.
I can't believe it either, but I met the most incredible woman.
She just opened my eyes.
Oh, yeah? You're seeing someone new?
No. This new girl that works at the butcher shop.
My God. Marina.
- Is she for real? - Absolutely.
- What did she tell you? - To stick close to my front porch.
That's why I canceled my weekend with you guys...
to wait for my mystery date.
Hey. You think I'm nuts?
Grace, that's fabulous.
Alex thinks I'm insane.
It's his favorite diagnosis.
Why do we waste our time with men?
Not all of us do.
Oh, Chauncey, don't touch me there.
- What's the matter? - Nothing.
I need to see you.
- Oh, well... - Now.
Why don't we just go to my office?
I was going to talk to you in the morning.
We need to...
We need to be clear about last night.
I acted inappropriately.
I never should have seen you under duress.
That was unprofessional.
I never should have allowed the session to leave the office.
- That was inexcusable. - Doctor...
Worst of all, I had no business offering you...
a quick-fix analysis of your marriage.
Dr. Tremor, I saw you in my dreams tonight.
Oh, sure. That's not uncommon.
Dreams are important. And you know...
you can keep a little notebook by the bed...
and just write them down if you're afraid of...
What was I doing?
Look, Mrs. Lemke... Marina.
All right, listen.
I can't deny that I feel an attraction for you.
But don't worry. I know what it is...
and how to remedy the situation.
There's no cure. Last night, just for a moment, you knew it.
Love is the leap that won't be denied.
No, no. This isn't love.
This is what we doctors like to call...
I'll think of it. Countertransference!
You're not listening to me.
Yes, I am, and I understand exactly...
why you're doing this.
To get even.
Because you're angry at your husband for commencing an extramarital affair.
Leo's seeing another woman?
I'm sorry. I thought you knew.
Well, if he was, I would.
Who is she?
I'm sorry. I can't tell you that.
I can't believe he's seeing another woman.
My God, we've only been married, what, three days?
Marina, last night, you yourself said you'd made a mistake.
Yes, but it was my mistake...
and I was doing the fixing.
And I'm gonna be the one deciding who my husband should marry.
Honey, we got to talk.
I heard you yesterday, you know, when you were talking.
So I suppose I've been wasting my time trying to find you the right wife.
Of course you are, honey. I've got a good wife.
And we can work things out. Don't worry.
- I may be simple, but I'm not stupid. - What's that supposed to mean?
I suppose lying and cheating ain't in your vocabulary.
Another day, another dollar.
Eugene, I want that money back in the till.
What's a till?
You know I know. You want to borrow money, that's one thing.
- But I've got no time for thieving. - Honey.
- What are you talking about? - We're $50 short from last night.
Honey, is this what you're looking for?
Why don't you get a couch, Doc?
I need some advice.
You remember I was telling you about that girl I like?
She's got one of these "Sybil" things going now.
One day she treats me like I'm Romeo...
the next day she treats me like I'm public enemy number one.
I can't figure it out.
The female psyche has eluded men since the beginning of time, Eugene.
Nice tone, Doc. Feeling hostile?
- We're not here to talk about me. - That's right. It's my dime.
I'm thinking about my male pride with this girl.
Maybe I got to dump her. Then I'm thinking, no...
maybe I ought to give her another chance.
Maybe I got to go for broke, maybe even ask her out.
- So? - So what if she says no?
Eugene, when confronted with a risky proposition...
Doc, 10 words or less. I'm on the clock.
Love is the leap that won't be denied.
I was going to say that. Good thinking. I'll get her to dump the butcher.
I assume when you say "the butcher," you're speaking metaphorically.
No, I'm talking about the old fart I work for.
Old Hannah Brown from 'cross town
Gets full of corn and starts bringin' 'em down
Just at the break of day
You can hear old Hannah say
Give me a pigfoot and a bottle of beer
Send me, I don't care
I feel just like I wanna clown
Bring the piano player a drink
Because he's bringin'me down
He's got a rhythm Oh, yeah
When he stomps his feet
He sends me right off to sleep
Check all your razors and...
So, Leo, what are you doing here?
I had to see you.
- I had to see you too. - It's my wife.
- I know. - She's looney tunes.
No, she's wonderful.
- She's the one who got me singing. - Marina?
So, the thing is...
The thing is...
You're grade "A," Stella, prime cut.
Together we're choice.
But my wife ain't got nobody but me...
to see her through her time of trouble.
- We got to break it off, Leo. - I can't just go abandoning her.
Are you women always one step ahead? It's kind of spooky.
do you want this back?
I just want to tell you I'm real sorry for accusing you.
I just don't know what's the matter with me...
and I hope you can forgive me.
I really loved the flowers. And the window.
There was an art lady who came to the store today...
and she really loved it too.
She said you should call her...
and I think you should too...
'cause you've really got something special.
No, I don't.
No, a true gift. I mean it.
He's such a good man, too, Doctor.
But I guess you were right, as usual.
If only his wife wasn't such a great lady.
But the thing is, I know he loves me.
And I love him.
Such sweet sorrow.
God, love hurts!
Wait a second. You mean to tell me that Leo broke it off?
Maybe they're really not meant for each other.
Leo and Marina.
I never told you her name was Marina.
Of course you did.
No, I don't think so.
Sorry, then. My mistake.
No. That's her name. I just...
don't remember telling you that.
You two really love each other, right?
- Who? - You and Leo, for God's sake.
- Gee, I think so. - Yes or no? Stella, commit.
- Yes! - Fine!
There. Now, if he's the right man for you...
you can't let him slip by, can you?
Do you mind if I... Can I?
What about my addiction to failure in the form of married men?
Your addiction to failure stems from your failure to commit.
And your failure to commit stems from, of course...
your lack of trust.
I'm a little confused.
You listen to me, Stella. I am your psychiatrist.
You have got to commit to this affair once and for all...
or you are doomed to fail.
And if you fail at this affair...
you're gonna end up...
a lonely, old spinster.
It's me, Stella.
I have to talk to you.
Listen, Leo, I'm no home-wrecker.
Well, actually, that's not true, but I don't want to wreck your home.
I like your wife too much.
But I love you.
Anyway, the thing is...
Dr. Tremor thinks that maybe we have a future together.
Dr. Tremor, my therapist.
Does it bother you that I'm in therapy?
Okay! All right!
Why, why, why are you fucking with my life?
I never laid a hand on her.
My life, my life!
First you start...
by telling my wife to get me a girlfriend.
Then you tell my girlfriend...
that we should have an affair.
Meanwhile my wife finds out about my girlfriend...
only it's no go for her...
because she didn't handpick her!
And now she's giving me looks with the meat cleaver!
What did I ever do to you?
It's a very confusing world, Leo. I'd be lying to tell you otherwise.
What's the problem? Ten words or less.
Jesus Christ! I'm trying to hold on to my marriage here.
Did it ever occur to you that your wife might want you to leave her?
Did it ever occur to you that your wife...
might have found someone else?
My wife ain't having an affair.
- You never know. - I know. I know.
You know why? 'Cause if she was...
I'd cut off his balls with a carving knife.
I apologize for the interruption. Where were we?
What's on your mind, Doctor? You can trust me.
I am having a professional breakdown.
I have done something...
Alex, you've got to stop thinking of yourself...
as responsible for the fate of the world.
You're just a psychiatrist...
trying to muddle through this twisted web of life.
You're obviously experiencing a stress-induced anxiety...
You know her too, don't you?
The butcher's wife!
Okay, okay. Goodness gracious.
I'm glad you're here. I have so many things to tell you.
This has to stop now. My practice is in chaos.
My patients are out of control because you are a psychiatrist's nightmare.
No. You don't understand. I figured it all out...
I take chaos and turn it into order.
You take order and turn it into a chaos...
that transcends chaos.
Why? I'll tell you why.
Because you are contagious. That's why.
Everyone you touch just goes berserk.
You're the only one I see jumping around...
like a crazed jackrabbit.
Alex Tremor, you love me.
No! No, no, no!
Stop fighting it so hard.
Stop fighting it.
We're meant. It's destiny. Why are you being so stubborn?
I am just a doctor.
All I've wanted to do since I was six years old is help people.
- No. It's not the same. - Oh, it is.
We both help people, just in our different ways.
Just when it comes to our true feelings and desires, we're just...
too close to see clearly.
please, no more fairy tales, all right?
Can't you see how dangerous you are?
You say that listening to your heart and trusting what you feel...
is that what you're calling dangerous?
You know what? I hope I am contagious...
'cause life isn't about your damn books and theories.
You know what? Life is life. And it's messy...
and it's complicated and it takes guts.
That's not something you're gonna find in any book.
And just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it's crazy.
No wonder everybody's wandering around lost on this island.
They can't even smell the tides.
Here we go again... the tides, the tides.
Can't you for once deal with the problem at hand...
instead of hiding behind all this hoodoo voodoo...
Yes, I can. You know what?
You get out now.
Out of my way, asshole!
Just ignore him.
Honey, what are you doing?
- Where are you gonna go? - Home.
I'm real sorry, Leo, for all the mess.
I really thought we were meant for each other.
And you've been nothing but sweet to me.
I just wanted...
so much to find somebody to love...
and be loved by that...
I guess I just jumped into that boat so fast without thinking it through.
I wouldn't have had it any other way.
Gracie, the sky is falling.
It's 2:00 in the morning, Alex. Go home.
I know. I need to talk.
Yes, we do need to talk, Alex.
But you know what you need now? You need sleep.
Yeah. Can I stay here tonight? I don't want to be alone.
It's not a convenient time for me, Alex.
I'm with somebody.
- You may not think it's so great. - Is everything all right, Gracie?
You've got Robyn in there.
I know that.
My career is a shambles...
and my best friend is sleeping with my girlfriend.
Ain't love grand?
That's not gonna cut it.
Don't take it apart.
I was the one who got her that nightgown.
- Call me tomorrow. - Me too.
Gone is the romance
That was so divine
And cannot be mended
You must go your way
And I must go mine
And now that our love dreams
What'll I do
Are far away
And I am blue
What'll I do
What'll I do
When I am wondering who
Is kissing you
What'll I do
What'll I do with just
To tell my troubles to
When I'm alone
With only dreams of you
Dreams that won't come true
What'll I do
When I'm alone
With only dreams of you
Dreams that won't come true
What'll I do
Yes. It's a pleasure to meet you.
I always wanted her to marry a doctor.
She's waiting on the lookout.
And I never read Plato.
Oh, it's a lonely world without your split-apart.
I've always had a hard time with mysteries...
and I've never been very good with trust, but Marina...
I believe in you...
and I love you.
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BlackAdder 1x5 - Witchsmeller Pursuivant
BlackAdder 1x6 - The Black Seal
BlackAdder 2x1 - Bells
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BlackAdder 2x6 - Chains
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BlackAdder 4x3 - Major Star
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BlackAdder 4x5 - General Hospital
BlackAdder 4x6 - Goodbyeee
BlackAdder Christmas Carol 1988
BlackAdder The Cavalier Years
BlackAdder the Third 3x1
BlackAdder the Third 3x2
BlackAdder the Third 3x3
BlackAdder the Third 3x4
BlackAdder the Third 3x5
BlackAdder the Third 3x6
Black Adder V - Back and Forth
Black Hawk Down
Black Mask 2
Black Rain CD1
Black Rain CD2
Black Widow 1987
Black and White (1998)
Blackout The 1997 CD1
Blackout The 1997 CD2
Blade 3 - Trinity
Blade Of Fury
Blade Runner (1982 Original Cut) CD1
Blade Runner (1982 Original Cut) CD2
Blade Runner Directors Cut
Blair Witch Project The
Blame It On Rio
Blast From The Past 1999
Blast from the Past
Blazing Sun (1960) CD1
Blazing Sun (1960) CD2
Bless The Child
Blind Chance (1987) CD1
Blind Chance (1987) CD2
Blind Spot Hitlers Secretary (2002)
Blob The 1988
Blood Wedding (1981)
Blood and Black Lace
Blow 2001 CD1
Blow 2001 CD2
Blow Dry 2001
Blown Away 1994 CD1
Blown Away 1994 CD2
Blue (Derek Jarman)
Blue Collar Comedy Tour The Movie
Blue Max The CD1
Blue Max The CD2
Blue Planet The 1
Blue Planet The 2 - The Deep
Blue Planet The 3 - Open Ocean
Blue Planet The 4 - Frozen Seas
Blue Spring 2001
Blue juice 1995
Blues Brothers The (1980) CD1
Blues Brothers The (1980) CD2
Boat Trip - Feedback Overflow
Bob Le Flambeur 1955
Bob Marley Story - Rebel Music
Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice
Bone Collector The
Bonnie and Clyde
Book of Fate The
Book of Pooh The
Boondock Saints The
Boot Das 1981 CD1
Boot Das 1981 CD2
Bourne supremacy The-1CD
Boy Who Saw The Wind The
Boys and Girls
Boyz N the Hood
Branca de Neve
Bread and Roses
Breakfast Club The
Breakfast at Tiffanys
Breakin all the rules
Bride with White Hair The
Bridge Man The CD1
Bridge Man The CD2
Broadway Danny Rose
Brother (Takeshi Kitano)
Brother Sun Sister Moon 1972
Brother from Another Planet The 1984
Brotherhood Of The Wolf
Buena Estrella La (Lucky Star)
Bugs Bunny - Baseball Bugs (1946)
Bugs Bunny - Big Top Bunny (1951)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs and Thugs (1954)
Bugs Bunny - Bully for Bugs (1953)
Bugs Bunny - Frigid Hare (1949)
Bugs Bunny - Hair-Raising Hare (1946)
Bugs Bunny - Haredevil Hare (1948)
Bugs Bunny - Long Haired Hare (1949)
Bugs Bunny - My Bunny Lies Over the Sea (1948)
Bugs Bunny - Rabbits Kin (1952)
Bugs Bunny - Tortoise Wins by a Hare (1943)
Bugs Bunny - Wabbit Twouble (1941)
Bugs Bunny - Water Water Every Hare (1952)
Bugs Bunny - Whats Up Doc (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck - Rabbit Fire (1951)
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck - Rabbit Seasoning (1952)
Bugs Bunny and Elmer - Rabbit of Seville (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Taz - Devil May Hare (1954)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Ballot Box Bunny (1951)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Big House Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Bunker Hill Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - High Diving Hare (1949)
Bugs Life A
Bullet in the Head
Bulletproof Monk 2003
Bullets Over Broadway
Bully (Unrated Theatrical Edition)
Burning Paradise (Ringo Lam 1994)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid A Special Edition
Butchers Wife The