0 00:00:00,100 --> 00:00:13,000 Downloaded from xPau.se 1 00:00:34,560 --> 00:00:36,927 (water dripping) 2 00:00:38,520 --> 00:00:40,359 - [Man] It's one dish. 3 00:00:40,360 --> 00:00:41,639 - [Woman] One dish? 4 00:00:41,640 --> 00:00:44,759 Okay, are you blind or just legally retarded? 5 00:00:44,760 --> 00:00:48,239 - [Man] There is one dish in that sink that I put there. 6 00:00:48,240 --> 00:00:49,366 - Really, Ben? - And you're, 7 00:00:49,367 --> 00:00:51,839 happen to be quite the dish Nazi, I might add. 8 00:00:51,840 --> 00:00:53,762 When did you, everything is like, 9 00:00:53,763 --> 00:00:55,279 this is not clean enough. 10 00:00:55,280 --> 00:00:56,805 There's smudges on this plate. - Don't do that. 11 00:00:56,806 --> 00:00:57,919 Stop doing that. 12 00:00:57,920 --> 00:00:59,565 For sure, stop doing that. 13 00:00:59,566 --> 00:01:00,886 It's super offensive. 14 00:01:00,887 --> 00:01:03,643 'Cause I come from a long line of Holocaust survivors. 15 00:01:03,644 --> 00:01:05,999 - How could there be a long line of Holocaust survivors? 16 00:01:06,000 --> 00:01:07,239 There's only one or two generations 17 00:01:07,240 --> 00:01:08,999 that were in the Holocaust. 18 00:01:09,000 --> 00:01:09,840 - You're gonna tell me 19 00:01:09,841 --> 00:01:11,124 that there's one dish... - Did you call me... 20 00:01:11,125 --> 00:01:12,565 - In this sink? - Legally retarded before? 21 00:01:12,566 --> 00:01:16,039 It's so insensitive, it's so insensitive. 22 00:01:16,040 --> 00:01:17,119 Okay. - I'm not doing this. 23 00:01:17,120 --> 00:01:18,406 - Could you imagine if my aunt was here? 24 00:01:18,407 --> 00:01:20,879 For someone that has claimed to be offended 25 00:01:20,880 --> 00:01:22,959 by conversation recently... - Grow up. 26 00:01:22,960 --> 00:01:23,800 - The word retarded - I can't... 27 00:01:23,801 --> 00:01:25,290 - Is so offensive. - Fucking deal with you. 28 00:01:25,280 --> 00:01:26,611 - Yeah, the are more... - Honestly, Ben. 29 00:01:26,600 --> 00:01:27,485 - There's more than one dish... - Grow the fuck up. 30 00:01:27,486 --> 00:01:28,286 - This time. 31 00:01:28,287 --> 00:01:29,805 - But you did say retarded. - Like, seriously? 32 00:01:29,806 --> 00:01:31,245 - And that is so hard to hear. 33 00:01:31,246 --> 00:01:33,049 - How many years, Ben? 34 00:01:33,960 --> 00:01:35,961 How many years, no. - Particularly in the last 10 35 00:01:35,962 --> 00:01:37,199 have people really started 36 00:01:37,200 --> 00:01:38,770 to take offense to that word. - How many years have I been 37 00:01:38,760 --> 00:01:39,964 asking you to do the fucking dishes? 38 00:01:39,965 --> 00:01:40,927 And it just still has to be 39 00:01:40,928 --> 00:01:43,079 this cat and mouse game... - Well, how many years... 40 00:01:43,080 --> 00:01:44,045 - Where you force me... - Have I been asking you... 41 00:01:44,046 --> 00:01:45,005 - To be the nag? - To give me 42 00:01:45,006 --> 00:01:46,079 a blowjob every once in awhile? 43 00:01:46,080 --> 00:01:46,886 I can't even remember 44 00:01:46,887 --> 00:01:47,800 the last time. - A blowjob? 45 00:01:47,801 --> 00:01:48,685 - Would it kill you? 46 00:01:48,686 --> 00:01:49,600 - Okay, how about this. 47 00:01:49,601 --> 00:01:50,440 I've got a solution. 48 00:01:50,441 --> 00:01:52,124 I'll do the dishes, and you can go suck your own dick. 49 00:01:52,125 --> 00:01:53,479 - Fuck you. 50 00:01:53,480 --> 00:01:55,162 - Fuck me? - Seriously, just fuck you. 51 00:01:55,163 --> 00:01:56,571 - Fuck you. - It's so... 52 00:01:56,572 --> 00:01:58,279 - [Both] Fuck you. 53 00:01:58,280 --> 00:02:00,479 Fuck you, fuck you. 54 00:02:00,480 --> 00:02:03,006 ♫ Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you, fuck you 55 00:02:03,007 --> 00:02:05,207 ♫ Fuck you 56 00:02:12,760 --> 00:02:14,119 - Oh shit, I gotta call my mom. 57 00:02:14,120 --> 00:02:15,119 - No. 58 00:02:15,120 --> 00:02:16,531 Please, please, please. - I have to call her back. 59 00:02:16,520 --> 00:02:17,485 - I literally... - She's called me... 60 00:02:17,486 --> 00:02:18,604 - I will throw my body... - Three times this week... 61 00:02:18,605 --> 00:02:19,440 - Out of this car. - And I have not 62 00:02:19,441 --> 00:02:20,280 called her back. 63 00:02:20,281 --> 00:02:21,120 I have to call her back. - I'll do anything. 64 00:02:21,121 --> 00:02:22,884 Tell me, tell me, a blowjob. (phone ringing) 65 00:02:22,885 --> 00:02:23,961 Hang up, blowjob. 66 00:02:23,962 --> 00:02:25,039 I swear to you. 67 00:02:25,040 --> 00:02:25,846 Blowjob right now. - Don't fuck me up. 68 00:02:25,847 --> 00:02:26,887 - Don't fuck me up. - Right now, right... 69 00:02:26,888 --> 00:02:28,159 - Hello? - Hi mom. 70 00:02:28,160 --> 00:02:29,605 - [Mom] Hi sweetie, how are ya? 71 00:02:29,606 --> 00:02:31,279 - I'm good, I'm driving. 72 00:02:31,280 --> 00:02:33,042 - [Mom] Sherry Orlofski's son was driving 73 00:02:33,043 --> 00:02:35,479 holding a cellphone, got hit by a bus. 74 00:02:35,480 --> 00:02:36,811 He's paralyzed from the waist down. 75 00:02:36,812 --> 00:02:38,126 He shits in a bag now. 76 00:02:38,127 --> 00:02:39,690 - I don't know who Sherry Orlofski is. 77 00:02:39,691 --> 00:02:42,279 I don't know why this is like, 78 00:02:42,280 --> 00:02:43,919 what's going on? 79 00:02:43,920 --> 00:02:45,326 - [Mom] She's in my book club. 80 00:02:45,327 --> 00:02:46,359 Are you with Anna? 81 00:02:46,360 --> 00:02:47,202 - Yes. 82 00:02:47,203 --> 00:02:49,643 No, no, I mean I'm spiritually always with Anna, 83 00:02:49,644 --> 00:02:51,399 but no, I am not with Anna. 84 00:02:51,400 --> 00:02:52,445 - [Mom] Okay, 'cause if she's not there, 85 00:02:52,446 --> 00:02:54,124 there's something I need to talk to you about. 86 00:02:54,125 --> 00:02:56,799 - Uh, is everything okay? 87 00:02:56,800 --> 00:02:58,609 - [Mom] Honey, you gotta make me a baby. 88 00:02:58,610 --> 00:02:59,799 - Mom. 89 00:02:59,800 --> 00:03:02,164 - [Mom] All my friends have grandkids, Benny. 90 00:03:02,165 --> 00:03:05,448 Everyone at book club's passing out photos like it's 9-11. 91 00:03:05,449 --> 00:03:08,079 - That is such a weird analogy to use. 92 00:03:08,080 --> 00:03:09,969 - [Mom] Yeah, but just gimme a little grandbaby, honey. 93 00:03:09,970 --> 00:03:11,319 I know it's scary. 94 00:03:11,320 --> 00:03:12,559 I know it is. - Okay. 95 00:03:12,560 --> 00:03:14,085 - [Mom] But you think I was ready for you? 96 00:03:14,086 --> 00:03:15,923 I pooped you out like a dog in summer, 97 00:03:15,924 --> 00:03:17,839 and I never regretted it. 98 00:03:17,840 --> 00:03:18,646 All right, I gotta go. 99 00:03:18,647 --> 00:03:19,480 I got a client. 100 00:03:19,481 --> 00:03:20,322 Love you so much, all right. 101 00:03:20,323 --> 00:03:21,679 Okay, okay? - Okay. 102 00:03:21,680 --> 00:03:23,125 - Okay. - Love you. 103 00:03:26,560 --> 00:03:29,279 - Did you not tell her? 104 00:03:29,280 --> 00:03:30,120 - No. 105 00:03:30,121 --> 00:03:31,087 I mean. 106 00:03:31,088 --> 00:03:32,525 - No, you didn't tell her? 107 00:03:32,526 --> 00:03:33,759 - No, I did, 1... 108 00:03:33,760 --> 00:03:37,319 - You told me a year ago when I told my parents, 109 00:03:37,320 --> 00:03:38,481 you said that you told her. 110 00:03:38,482 --> 00:03:40,359 - Look, you know my mom is crazy, right? 111 00:03:40,360 --> 00:03:41,247 You know that, okay. 112 00:03:41,248 --> 00:03:43,159 And if I had told her what happened... 113 00:03:43,160 --> 00:03:43,968 - So you lied? 114 00:03:43,969 --> 00:03:45,371 - I didn't lie, I just, 115 00:03:45,372 --> 00:03:47,559 my mom gives me so much anxiety. 116 00:03:47,560 --> 00:03:51,039 About my life and my job, and you. 117 00:03:51,040 --> 00:03:52,040 - About me? 118 00:03:53,640 --> 00:03:57,439 Why does she give you anxiety about me? 119 00:03:57,440 --> 00:04:00,091 - You know, 'cause you're older. 120 00:04:01,800 --> 00:04:02,800 - I'm older? 121 00:04:04,000 --> 00:04:04,840 - Well, I mean... 122 00:04:04,841 --> 00:04:05,727 - Older? 123 00:04:05,728 --> 00:04:06,999 - Well... 124 00:04:07,000 --> 00:04:08,000 - What the... 125 00:04:13,680 --> 00:04:16,999 - Well, I think she should say it. 126 00:04:17,000 --> 00:04:17,840 - I'm not saying it. 127 00:04:17,841 --> 00:04:18,760 - Well, I'm not saying it. 128 00:04:18,761 --> 00:04:19,805 Does it even need to be said 129 00:04:19,806 --> 00:04:21,004 or is it just kind of a thing that's like... 130 00:04:21,005 --> 00:04:22,045 - Yes, you should say sorry. 131 00:04:22,046 --> 00:04:22,882 - Why? 132 00:04:22,883 --> 00:04:24,642 I mean, you should say sorry to me. 133 00:04:24,643 --> 00:04:26,079 - What would I say sorry for? 134 00:04:26,080 --> 00:04:27,366 - For calling me a liar. - You lied. 135 00:04:27,367 --> 00:04:28,803 - You know what, I did, 136 00:04:28,804 --> 00:04:30,370 whatever I did, I did for you. 137 00:04:30,371 --> 00:04:32,079 - (groans) Oh my god, 138 00:04:32,080 --> 00:04:33,809 What are we, in a Bryan Adams song? 139 00:04:33,810 --> 00:04:35,799 - Oh my, that is so, 140 00:04:35,800 --> 00:04:37,199 you can't even talk to someone 141 00:04:37,200 --> 00:04:38,167 when they're just like... - Okay, can I give you 142 00:04:38,168 --> 00:04:39,639 a piece of advice? 143 00:04:39,640 --> 00:04:41,801 - Yeah, I mean, that's what you're... 144 00:04:41,802 --> 00:04:44,087 - That is the arrangement. - That's why we're here. 145 00:04:44,088 --> 00:04:47,839 - You're both clearly in a lot of pain. 146 00:04:47,840 --> 00:04:51,559 Your frustrations with your own lives, your careers, 147 00:04:51,560 --> 00:04:53,324 your frustrations with each other. 148 00:04:53,325 --> 00:04:57,159 And though these issues may seem trivial, 149 00:04:57,160 --> 00:04:59,039 they need to be addressed. 150 00:04:59,040 --> 00:05:02,283 Because, oddly, they may be the gateway 151 00:05:04,040 --> 00:05:06,088 to processing your grief. 152 00:05:07,200 --> 00:05:09,521 What I'm looking for is a way to address these things 153 00:05:09,522 --> 00:05:13,799 without the two of you getting into the same fight 154 00:05:13,800 --> 00:05:15,450 over and over again. 155 00:05:25,040 --> 00:05:26,719 Okay. 156 00:05:26,720 --> 00:05:28,079 Well, time's up. 157 00:05:28,080 --> 00:05:30,447 And um, I'm moving to Canada. 158 00:05:33,160 --> 00:05:34,359 (upbeat music) 159 00:05:34,360 --> 00:05:38,524 (crowd chattering) (children laughing) 160 00:05:40,480 --> 00:05:41,679 - [Grace] I mean. 161 00:05:41,680 --> 00:05:42,679 - [Anna] I mean. 162 00:05:42,680 --> 00:05:44,282 - Can we thank your godmother for coming? 163 00:05:44,283 --> 00:05:45,247 Say thank you. 164 00:05:45,248 --> 00:05:46,399 (child speaking gibberish) 165 00:05:46,400 --> 00:05:47,285 - Yeah, that's close. - That's what we're gonna get. 166 00:05:47,286 --> 00:05:48,930 - That was close. - That's what we're gonna get. 167 00:05:48,931 --> 00:05:51,491 - Happy birthday, Theo. - Go play with your friends. 168 00:05:51,492 --> 00:05:54,559 (exasperated sighing) 169 00:05:54,560 --> 00:05:55,447 - Cute. 170 00:05:55,448 --> 00:05:57,039 - How are you doin'? 171 00:05:57,040 --> 00:05:59,159 ' Yep, I'm good. 172 00:05:59,160 --> 00:06:00,683 - On a scale of one to Snoop Lion, 173 00:06:00,684 --> 00:06:01,959 how high are you right now? 174 00:06:01,960 --> 00:06:02,960 - Um. 175 00:06:04,560 --> 00:06:05,560 Like 100. 176 00:06:06,400 --> 00:06:07,999 - Very good. 177 00:06:08,000 --> 00:06:10,159 (laughing) 178 00:06:10,160 --> 00:06:11,241 Well, even in that state, 179 00:06:11,242 --> 00:06:12,922 I'm very happy that you could be here. 180 00:06:12,923 --> 00:06:15,287 - Only in this state could I be here. 181 00:06:15,288 --> 00:06:16,639 (laughing) 182 00:06:16,640 --> 00:06:17,482 I'm sorry. 183 00:06:17,483 --> 00:06:20,119 No, I'm so happy to be here. 184 00:06:20,120 --> 00:06:21,722 - Yeah, she wanted a music party. 185 00:06:21,723 --> 00:06:22,839 It's for the children. 186 00:06:22,840 --> 00:06:24,251 You know, so the children could play music. 187 00:06:24,240 --> 00:06:25,080 - It's really nice. 188 00:06:25,081 --> 00:06:26,045 - Yeah, no, it's great. 189 00:06:26,046 --> 00:06:27,644 It's good for them to express themselves. 190 00:06:27,645 --> 00:06:29,239 (tambourine jingling) (grunting) 191 00:06:29,240 --> 00:06:30,048 Yeah. 192 00:06:30,049 --> 00:06:31,087 (child giggling) 193 00:06:31,088 --> 00:06:32,241 Yeah, no, he's 194 00:06:34,120 --> 00:06:34,928 my best friend. 195 00:06:34,929 --> 00:06:36,490 - You guys seem really connected. 196 00:06:36,491 --> 00:06:37,759 (awkward laughing) 197 00:06:37,760 --> 00:06:38,727 - You know, but if the whole thing 198 00:06:38,728 --> 00:06:41,919 becomes a little much for you, 199 00:06:41,920 --> 00:06:44,239 why don't we come up with a safe word. 200 00:06:44,240 --> 00:06:45,240 - Okay. 201 00:06:46,920 --> 00:06:48,839 Cup of noodles. 202 00:06:48,840 --> 00:06:49,648 - Is that a request 203 00:06:49,649 --> 00:06:52,286 or is that the... - Oh, computer planet. 204 00:06:52,287 --> 00:06:54,926 - How about something less like a creepy robot? 205 00:06:54,927 --> 00:06:57,039 Just use, like a word... - Okay. 206 00:06:57,040 --> 00:06:58,690 - That would make sense... - Like a human word. 207 00:06:58,680 --> 00:06:59,522 - At a Party- - Okay- 208 00:06:59,523 --> 00:07:00,959 - Like pizza. 209 00:07:00,960 --> 00:07:02,679 - Pizza. - Pizza. 210 00:07:02,680 --> 00:07:04,284 - And this is our daughter Isis. 211 00:07:04,285 --> 00:07:05,519 - Yeah. 212 00:07:05,520 --> 00:07:06,879 - What, I'm sorry? 213 00:07:06,880 --> 00:07:08,765 - Yeah, we get it. - Yeah, it's, um. 214 00:07:08,766 --> 00:07:10,485 Before the... - She was named 215 00:07:10,486 --> 00:07:12,479 after the Egyptian goddess of magic. 216 00:07:12,480 --> 00:07:14,164 It was before the... - Yeah, before the cell 217 00:07:14,165 --> 00:07:15,885 of the international jihadi terror thing. 218 00:07:15,886 --> 00:07:18,087 - But I didn't hear you guys wrong, her name is Isis? 219 00:07:18,088 --> 00:07:20,199 - Yeah, Isis Ellen Greenburg. 220 00:07:20,200 --> 00:07:21,403 - [Ben] Isis Ellen Greenburg. 221 00:07:21,404 --> 00:07:22,686 - [Blonde] Isn't that beautiful? 222 00:07:22,687 --> 00:07:24,330 - First Jew in Isis. 223 00:07:25,960 --> 00:07:28,439 - There's absolutely no way that I am having another baby. 224 00:07:28,440 --> 00:07:30,568 Meanwhile, Candice is on baby number three. 225 00:07:30,569 --> 00:07:32,079 - I know, look at her. 226 00:07:32,080 --> 00:07:35,843 - She loves motherhood so much, she should fuckin' marry it. 227 00:07:35,844 --> 00:07:37,279 - Congratulations on your TV show. 228 00:07:37,280 --> 00:07:38,086 - Thank you. 229 00:07:38,087 --> 00:07:39,127 I'm pretty psyched about it. 230 00:07:39,128 --> 00:07:40,879 I wasn't really looking to run a show, 231 00:07:40,880 --> 00:07:42,041 and it just kind of happened. 232 00:07:42,042 --> 00:07:44,519 And it's really cool. - Yeah. 233 00:07:44,520 --> 00:07:45,759 - You hungry? 234 00:07:45,760 --> 00:07:47,171 Do you want the milks? 235 00:07:47,172 --> 00:07:48,599 Yeah? - The milks? 236 00:07:48,600 --> 00:07:50,039 - You want the milks? 237 00:07:50,040 --> 00:07:52,479 Oh yeah, you do, look at you reachin' for it. 238 00:07:52,480 --> 00:07:53,480 - Okay. 239 00:07:54,320 --> 00:07:57,359 - This guy is just dry as a desert today. 240 00:07:57,360 --> 00:07:59,039 - [Ben] Oh my god. 241 00:07:59,040 --> 00:08:01,799 - It's just nice getting paid doing something you love 242 00:08:01,800 --> 00:08:02,722 for a living, you know? 243 00:08:02,723 --> 00:08:03,801 It's great. - Uh-huh. 244 00:08:03,802 --> 00:08:05,199 (quirky music) 245 00:08:05,200 --> 00:08:07,319 (children chattering softly) 246 00:08:07,320 --> 00:08:08,160 - I just saw Ben. 247 00:08:08,161 --> 00:08:09,002 - Yeah? - Yeah. 248 00:08:09,003 --> 00:08:10,490 You guys are so cute. - Thanks. 249 00:08:10,491 --> 00:08:15,399 - When are you guys gonna make one of these things? 250 00:08:15,400 --> 00:08:16,242 - What was the word? 251 00:08:16,243 --> 00:08:17,599 I forgot the word. 252 00:08:17,600 --> 00:08:18,959 - Pizza. - Pizza, pizza. 253 00:08:18,960 --> 00:08:19,925 - Yeah. - Pizza? 254 00:08:19,926 --> 00:08:21,204 - We heard the pizza guy just came. 255 00:08:21,205 --> 00:08:22,167 - Oh, okay. - So we're just gonna go 256 00:08:22,168 --> 00:08:23,479 grab the pizza. - Okay, cool. 257 00:08:23,480 --> 00:08:24,288 - Okay. - All right. 258 00:08:24,289 --> 00:08:25,879 - [Grace] Come on. 259 00:08:25,880 --> 00:08:26,722 - It was so crazy. 260 00:08:26,723 --> 00:08:29,239 She just took her boob out. 261 00:08:29,240 --> 00:08:30,919 Right there. 262 00:08:30,920 --> 00:08:31,760 It's fucked up. 263 00:08:31,761 --> 00:08:33,967 'Cause I'm not supposed to think about your friends' boobs. 264 00:08:33,968 --> 00:08:36,531 But now everyone's got kids and they're breastfeeding. 265 00:08:36,532 --> 00:08:39,319 It's like... - It's so culty. 266 00:08:39,320 --> 00:08:40,726 - Hello, how you doing? 267 00:08:40,727 --> 00:08:42,245 I'm Anna's friend's boob. 268 00:08:42,246 --> 00:08:43,526 Nice to meet ya. 269 00:08:48,600 --> 00:08:49,600 You Okay? 270 00:08:50,320 --> 00:08:52,879 (vocalizing affirmatively) 271 00:08:52,880 --> 00:08:57,279 'Cause I really didn't see much of her boob. 272 00:08:57,280 --> 00:08:58,122 - Okay, I know. 273 00:08:58,123 --> 00:08:59,685 - If that's why I'm making you upset. 274 00:08:59,686 --> 00:09:01,648 I mean, it was big, but it was not, 275 00:09:01,649 --> 00:09:04,007 you know, it had clearly been 276 00:09:05,200 --> 00:09:06,200 ravaged. 277 00:09:12,480 --> 00:09:14,039 (sighing heavily) 278 00:09:14,040 --> 00:09:16,520 I knew we shouldn't have come. 279 00:09:18,640 --> 00:09:19,640 - I know. 280 00:09:22,040 --> 00:09:23,839 Like, I have to come to these things. 281 00:09:23,840 --> 00:09:24,839 Like, what am I gonna do? 282 00:09:24,840 --> 00:09:25,762 She's my best friend. 283 00:09:25,763 --> 00:09:28,001 Like, I can't just not come 284 00:09:29,240 --> 00:09:33,131 to my godson's first birthday party 'cause I... 285 00:09:35,280 --> 00:09:36,559 (sighing) 286 00:09:36,560 --> 00:09:38,801 (groaning) 287 00:09:39,840 --> 00:09:41,763 I just, it always makes me think. 288 00:09:41,764 --> 00:09:43,364 Like, were we crazy? 289 00:09:44,760 --> 00:09:46,569 'Cause look at us. 290 00:09:48,880 --> 00:09:51,451 - What's that supposed to mean? 291 00:09:54,080 --> 00:09:57,439 What, I mean, we have shitty jobs to pay the rent. 292 00:09:57,440 --> 00:09:59,283 Because that's what you do when you're an adult. 293 00:09:59,284 --> 00:10:01,159 And it's shitty. 294 00:10:01,160 --> 00:10:02,799 - I had a book deal. 295 00:10:02,800 --> 00:10:03,642 - I know. 296 00:10:03,643 --> 00:10:06,439 - I was the star of my class. 297 00:10:06,440 --> 00:10:08,519 And Candice was a shit writer in college. 298 00:10:08,520 --> 00:10:09,759 - Don't compare yourself... - I mean, she was 299 00:10:09,760 --> 00:10:10,602 a fucking joke. 300 00:10:10,603 --> 00:10:14,519 - Well, now Candice with the boobs is a show runner. 301 00:10:14,520 --> 00:10:17,126 She's being paid to do something she loves. 302 00:10:17,127 --> 00:10:20,479 That's more than you could say about me or you. 303 00:10:20,480 --> 00:10:21,719 - You were an artist. 304 00:10:21,720 --> 00:10:22,846 - Well, art... - You know, you... 305 00:10:22,847 --> 00:10:24,399 - (sniggers) Anna. 306 00:10:24,400 --> 00:10:25,240 - Like, you... - You know... 307 00:10:25,241 --> 00:10:26,207 - Had dreams, too. - What I've come to realize? 308 00:10:26,208 --> 00:10:28,039 Art is bullshit. 309 00:10:28,040 --> 00:10:30,799 That's what I've, that's my big takeaway. 310 00:10:30,800 --> 00:10:32,450 Can I have a lighter, please? - Art is bullshit? 311 00:10:32,451 --> 00:10:34,119 - Art is bullshit. 312 00:10:34,120 --> 00:10:36,930 - Wow, that's a choice philosophy. 313 00:10:38,280 --> 00:10:39,770 You know who else thought art was bullshit? 314 00:10:39,760 --> 00:10:41,044 Hitler. - Why does it always have to 315 00:10:41,045 --> 00:10:42,563 come back to the Holocaust? - Because we should never forget. 316 00:10:42,564 --> 00:10:43,480 - We will never, trust me, 317 00:10:43,481 --> 00:10:44,684 we will never forget. - No, we will never forget. 318 00:10:44,685 --> 00:10:45,520 - No, we won't. - Because I bring it up 319 00:10:45,521 --> 00:10:46,362 to remind us. 320 00:10:46,363 --> 00:10:47,566 - All the time. 321 00:10:53,720 --> 00:10:54,687 (knocking) 322 00:10:54,688 --> 00:10:57,159 (groaning) 323 00:10:57,160 --> 00:10:58,002 - Really? 324 00:10:58,003 --> 00:10:59,559 One second. 325 00:10:59,560 --> 00:11:03,039 Should we open a window or something? 326 00:11:03,040 --> 00:11:05,247 - No, it's fine, they know. 327 00:11:06,160 --> 00:11:09,285 They actually have a lot of good instruments here. 328 00:11:09,286 --> 00:11:11,122 - I can't find a bass, though. 329 00:11:11,123 --> 00:11:14,042 - Well, yeah, no kid wants to grow up to play bass. 330 00:11:14,043 --> 00:11:15,371 They just end up playing bass. 331 00:11:15,372 --> 00:11:16,479 - Why? 332 00:11:16,480 --> 00:11:18,799 - Because it's like (scoffs). 333 00:11:18,800 --> 00:11:20,239 - I play bass. 334 00:11:20,240 --> 00:11:22,321 - Look at this cool little kid guitar. 335 00:11:22,322 --> 00:11:25,403 (upbeat guitar music) - That sounds pretty good. 336 00:11:25,404 --> 00:11:27,919 - One, two, three, four. 337 00:11:27,920 --> 00:11:30,359 - Did she just count us in? - Mm-hmm. 338 00:11:30,360 --> 00:11:31,327 - Who is that? 339 00:11:31,328 --> 00:11:32,959 - I don't know. 340 00:11:32,960 --> 00:11:34,799 I think it's Isis. 341 00:11:34,800 --> 00:11:35,642 - What is it? 342 00:11:35,643 --> 00:11:37,919 - Her name is Isis. 343 00:11:37,920 --> 00:11:38,887 - Oh. (laughs) 344 00:11:38,888 --> 00:11:40,405 - She's a real firecracker. 345 00:11:40,406 --> 00:11:42,799 (laughing) (upbeat guitar music) 346 00:11:42,800 --> 00:11:44,039 - Hmm. 347 00:11:44,040 --> 00:11:45,039 Okay. 348 00:11:45,040 --> 00:11:47,119 ♫ You and I 349 00:11:47,120 --> 00:11:49,239 ♫ I, I, I, I, I 350 00:11:49,240 --> 00:11:50,080 - I like that. 351 00:11:50,081 --> 00:11:50,920 - Yeah? 352 00:11:50,921 --> 00:11:51,921 - Okay. 353 00:11:52,640 --> 00:11:54,759 ♫ We can fight 354 00:11:54,760 --> 00:11:58,439 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight 355 00:11:58,440 --> 00:11:59,679 - [Anna] Hey, I think you got your first groupie. 356 00:11:59,680 --> 00:12:00,522 - [Ben] Yeah. 357 00:12:00,523 --> 00:12:02,679 ♫ Try, we must 358 00:12:02,680 --> 00:12:04,250 ♫ Try, try, try, try, try 359 00:12:04,251 --> 00:12:07,079 ♫ To find the light 360 00:12:07,080 --> 00:12:08,439 ♫ Light, light, light 361 00:12:08,440 --> 00:12:09,440 Now bridge. 362 00:12:10,280 --> 00:12:11,280 - Okay. 363 00:12:12,720 --> 00:12:15,451 ♫ Find the fight 364 00:12:16,760 --> 00:12:19,959 ♫ Day and night 365 00:12:19,960 --> 00:12:21,959 ♫ We find the fight 366 00:12:21,960 --> 00:12:24,839 (upbeat guitar music) 367 00:12:24,840 --> 00:12:27,279 Oh shit, I gotta get tambo on it. 368 00:12:27,280 --> 00:12:29,759 - And you gotta stop cursing in front of the kids. 369 00:12:29,760 --> 00:12:33,890 (upbeat guitar music) (tambourine jingling) 370 00:12:35,200 --> 00:12:36,559 Nice. 371 00:12:36,560 --> 00:12:38,199 Really good job. 372 00:12:38,200 --> 00:12:40,123 Really good job. - You, too, up high. 373 00:12:40,124 --> 00:12:41,639 - Really good job. 374 00:12:41,640 --> 00:12:45,770 (children giggling) (soft buoyant music) 375 00:13:06,360 --> 00:13:07,559 Ben- 376 00:13:07,560 --> 00:13:08,560 - [Ben] Hmm? 377 00:13:14,680 --> 00:13:15,806 - Where, um... 378 00:13:20,200 --> 00:13:23,090 Where do you think we go from here? 379 00:13:28,840 --> 00:13:30,046 - I don't know. 380 00:13:34,160 --> 00:13:36,839 - I think I thought that 381 00:13:36,840 --> 00:13:39,320 having a kid would just, like, 382 00:13:41,520 --> 00:13:42,726 fix everything. 383 00:13:47,840 --> 00:13:50,639 (inhaling deeply) 384 00:13:50,640 --> 00:13:53,530 Like, I just wanna create something 385 00:13:54,840 --> 00:13:57,999 with some kind of meaning, you know. 386 00:13:58,000 --> 00:14:00,571 Like, I just wanna find fucking 387 00:14:03,680 --> 00:14:05,409 meaning in something. 388 00:14:07,520 --> 00:14:08,520 - Well, 389 00:14:12,480 --> 00:14:15,639 I don't know what to tell you. 390 00:14:15,640 --> 00:14:18,959 It feels like we're both just stuck. 391 00:14:18,960 --> 00:14:22,839 And that leads to anger, and then that leads to fighting. 392 00:14:22,840 --> 00:14:24,046 - Yeah, I know. 393 00:14:25,840 --> 00:14:26,840 I know. 394 00:14:27,600 --> 00:14:29,199 And then we just fight. 395 00:14:29,200 --> 00:14:31,771 - We fight so much. - All the fuckin' time. 396 00:14:31,772 --> 00:14:33,285 It's such a bummer. 397 00:14:35,160 --> 00:14:37,367 - [Ben] Yesterday was good. 398 00:14:40,120 --> 00:14:41,326 - It was, yeah. 399 00:14:43,760 --> 00:14:46,319 I felt kind of bad that we, um... 400 00:14:46,320 --> 00:14:47,651 - Stole that kid's thunder. - We hijacked 401 00:14:47,652 --> 00:14:49,279 that kid's party. 402 00:14:49,280 --> 00:14:53,046 - Yeah, that will fuck him up for a long time. 403 00:14:54,440 --> 00:14:55,771 But at least we weren't fighting. 404 00:14:55,772 --> 00:14:58,001 (laughing) 405 00:14:59,760 --> 00:15:02,399 - It was fun singing there though. 406 00:15:02,400 --> 00:15:05,609 (moaning thoughtfully) 407 00:15:09,200 --> 00:15:12,841 What if we turned all our fights into songs? 408 00:15:13,960 --> 00:15:16,122 (laughing) 409 00:15:17,160 --> 00:15:18,160 - Okay. 410 00:15:21,840 --> 00:15:23,285 - No, I'm serious. 411 00:15:27,560 --> 00:15:29,119 Let's start a band. 412 00:15:29,120 --> 00:15:32,090 (low pulsing music) 413 00:15:33,080 --> 00:15:33,922 (music turns energetic) 414 00:15:33,923 --> 00:15:35,570 fl Hey, hey, hey, hey 415 00:15:37,400 --> 00:15:39,209 - There's so many yarmulkes from our wedding. 416 00:15:39,210 --> 00:15:40,479 - I know. 417 00:15:40,480 --> 00:15:43,079 - Did anyone even wear a yarmulke? 418 00:15:43,080 --> 00:15:44,125 - Everyone wore a yarmulke. 419 00:15:44,126 --> 00:15:44,962 - We have so many left over. 420 00:15:44,963 --> 00:15:46,359 What is this? 421 00:15:46,360 --> 00:15:48,408 - Oh, that's my Armageddon suitcase. 422 00:15:48,409 --> 00:15:49,639 Oh yeah, big time. 423 00:15:49,640 --> 00:15:50,562 There's a lot in there. 424 00:15:50,563 --> 00:15:52,767 There's a couple bottles of Xanax. 425 00:15:52,768 --> 00:15:54,839 There's $1,000 hard cash. 426 00:15:54,840 --> 00:15:58,359 And then, yeah, Bed Bath & Beyond coupons for days. 427 00:15:58,360 --> 00:15:59,361 - I love that in your mind, 428 00:15:59,362 --> 00:16:02,330 the zombie apocalypse still focuses around Bed Bath. 429 00:16:02,331 --> 00:16:04,519 - Yeah, that's the epicenter. 430 00:16:04,520 --> 00:16:06,963 - And we're gonna need to get 20% off. 431 00:16:06,964 --> 00:16:08,722 - No, but, oh my god, you're so literal. 432 00:16:08,723 --> 00:16:10,370 You're not using them as coupons. 433 00:16:10,371 --> 00:16:12,879 You're using them as currency. 434 00:16:12,880 --> 00:16:14,599 You know, to barter. 435 00:16:14,600 --> 00:16:15,839 You trade for weapons, 436 00:16:15,840 --> 00:16:16,682 Brita filters. - Yeah, I was being 437 00:16:16,683 --> 00:16:18,439 really literal. - Body pillows, whatever. 438 00:16:18,440 --> 00:16:19,521 Whatever you need. - It's my fault. 439 00:16:19,522 --> 00:16:21,362 Hey, hey, hey, hey, look what I found. 440 00:16:21,363 --> 00:16:22,359 ' [Anna] Oh! 441 00:16:22,360 --> 00:16:23,360 Oh my god. 442 00:16:24,200 --> 00:16:25,200 Oh my god. 443 00:16:26,640 --> 00:16:30,201 - I have not played this since high school. 444 00:16:33,240 --> 00:16:34,759 (intrigued vocalizing) 445 00:16:34,760 --> 00:16:35,799 - She pretty. 446 00:16:35,800 --> 00:16:37,959 - Yeah, she fine. 447 00:16:37,960 --> 00:16:38,999 Check her out. 448 00:16:39,000 --> 00:16:40,000 - Whoa. 449 00:16:43,320 --> 00:16:46,642 (up tempo guitar music) 450 00:16:47,640 --> 00:16:49,449 I don't want you to hurt your neck. 451 00:16:49,450 --> 00:16:51,799 - Sounds great, neighbor. 452 00:16:51,800 --> 00:16:53,479 - Hey Dave. - Hi Dave. 453 00:16:53,480 --> 00:16:55,003 - Is that John Mayer over there? 454 00:16:55,004 --> 00:16:56,239 - Aw, heck no. - No. 455 00:16:56,240 --> 00:16:57,603 I just found my old guitar 456 00:16:57,604 --> 00:16:58,681 from high school. - Yeah. 457 00:16:58,682 --> 00:16:59,681 - Are you John Mayer? 458 00:16:59,682 --> 00:17:01,245 - [Anna] (chuckles) Right, yeah. 459 00:17:01,246 --> 00:17:04,125 Second time's a charm. - Second time, yeah. 460 00:17:04,126 --> 00:17:05,406 - What are you doing? 461 00:17:05,407 --> 00:17:07,959 - We're cleanin' out the garage 462 00:17:07,960 --> 00:17:09,246 to make it a rehearsal space. 463 00:17:09,247 --> 00:17:10,959 We're starting a band. 464 00:17:10,960 --> 00:17:11,800 - For a band? 465 00:17:11,801 --> 00:17:12,801 - [Anna] Yeah. 466 00:17:12,802 --> 00:17:15,199 - I used to play drums in high school. 467 00:17:15,200 --> 00:17:16,040 - Cool. - Yeah. 468 00:17:16,041 --> 00:17:16,882 - [Anna] Really? 469 00:17:16,883 --> 00:17:17,924 - I was in a band myself. 470 00:17:17,925 --> 00:17:19,159 - Oh yeah, what was it called? 471 00:17:19,160 --> 00:17:20,286 - The band was called Myself. 472 00:17:20,287 --> 00:17:23,599 It was a sort of solo percussive group. 473 00:17:23,600 --> 00:17:26,359 You know, djembe and the rumba. 474 00:17:26,360 --> 00:17:28,169 Conga, bongo, timbale. 475 00:17:29,360 --> 00:17:31,479 You know, just like, yeah. 476 00:17:31,480 --> 00:17:33,285 - And you played all of those yourself? 477 00:17:33,286 --> 00:17:35,119 - [Dave] I played all of them myself. 478 00:17:35,120 --> 00:17:36,042 - Wow. - Yeah. 479 00:17:36,043 --> 00:17:39,719 The Big Fork Daily called it really, very weird. 480 00:17:39,720 --> 00:17:40,759 - Oh. - Wow. 481 00:17:40,760 --> 00:17:41,600 - That's great. 482 00:17:41,601 --> 00:17:42,442 - Yeah, well... - Congrats, man. 483 00:17:42,443 --> 00:17:45,887 That sounds great. - Yeah, congratulations. 484 00:17:51,600 --> 00:17:52,839 - Okay. 485 00:17:52,840 --> 00:17:54,399 - [Anna] Cool, Dave. 486 00:17:54,400 --> 00:17:55,559 We'll see ya. - Yeah. 487 00:17:55,560 --> 00:17:56,891 - See ya around the neighbs. - Thanks, Dave. 488 00:17:56,892 --> 00:17:59,679 - I'll see you very soon. 489 00:17:59,680 --> 00:18:00,963 Okay, so, we have to move. 490 00:18:00,964 --> 00:18:02,246 - You can't, I know. 491 00:18:02,247 --> 00:18:04,239 - We have to move. 492 00:18:04,240 --> 00:18:07,159 'Cause of that interaction alone. 493 00:18:07,160 --> 00:18:09,399 - Oh, he's 100% gonna murder us. 494 00:18:09,400 --> 00:18:11,199 (bright music) (laughing) 495 00:18:11,200 --> 00:18:12,042 - Hey Rob. 496 00:18:12,043 --> 00:18:13,963 All right, so here it is, here's the lowdown. 497 00:18:13,964 --> 00:18:17,359 She was good from far, but far from good. 498 00:18:17,360 --> 00:18:18,839 YES. 499 00:18:18,840 --> 00:18:19,887 She's a little curvy for my taste, 500 00:18:19,888 --> 00:18:21,803 but she still fucked like a champ. 501 00:18:21,804 --> 00:18:24,319 - The only, yeah, the only, (laughs) 502 00:18:24,320 --> 00:18:25,162 no, I definitely could have 503 00:18:25,163 --> 00:18:27,524 used some Instagram filters in-between the sheets. 504 00:18:27,525 --> 00:18:29,202 That's such a good idea, though. 505 00:18:29,203 --> 00:18:32,119 Restaurants with the lighting as Instagram filters. 506 00:18:32,120 --> 00:18:33,121 So you can just say like, 507 00:18:33,122 --> 00:18:35,324 oh, I'll meet you at Valencia at eight, 508 00:18:35,325 --> 00:18:37,641 and then we'll have drinks afterwards at Hudson. 509 00:18:37,642 --> 00:18:41,439 Well, yeah, that may be a little saturated, but. (laughs) 510 00:18:41,440 --> 00:18:44,444 (lighthearted music) 511 00:18:49,720 --> 00:18:51,848 (sighing) 512 00:19:00,680 --> 00:19:03,251 (music swells) 513 00:19:14,440 --> 00:19:16,319 (sighing) 514 00:19:16,320 --> 00:19:17,160 - HEY- 515 00:19:17,161 --> 00:19:18,161 - Hi. 516 00:19:19,520 --> 00:19:20,931 - Were you gonna? 517 00:19:22,000 --> 00:19:22,840 - Was I gonna what? 518 00:19:22,841 --> 00:19:24,001 - I thought, because you were standing there, 519 00:19:24,002 --> 00:19:26,199 you were gonna open the- 520 00:19:26,200 --> 00:19:27,042 - Oh, get the door? 521 00:19:27,043 --> 00:19:29,850 Oh no, I'm sorry, I don't do that. 522 00:19:31,480 --> 00:19:33,799 - Would have been a nice gesture. 523 00:19:33,800 --> 00:19:36,849 (lighthearted music) 524 00:19:51,720 --> 00:19:53,609 - [Man] How long have you been an Uber driver? 525 00:19:53,610 --> 00:19:54,679 - Like a year. 526 00:19:54,680 --> 00:19:56,639 - Oh, that's crazy. 527 00:19:56,640 --> 00:19:57,482 That's crazy. 528 00:19:57,483 --> 00:19:59,289 - Mm-hmm, yeah. - Yeah. 529 00:20:00,280 --> 00:20:01,202 What'd you do before that? 530 00:20:01,203 --> 00:20:03,521 Before you were an Uber driver, what'd you do? 531 00:20:03,522 --> 00:20:05,039 - I was a writer. 532 00:20:05,040 --> 00:20:06,040 - Oh, crazy. 533 00:20:07,480 --> 00:20:08,759 I'm single. 534 00:20:08,760 --> 00:20:09,807 ' [Anna] Hmm? 535 00:20:10,680 --> 00:20:12,279 - I'm single. 536 00:20:12,280 --> 00:20:13,520 - That's crazy. 537 00:20:20,040 --> 00:20:20,880 - Hi. 538 00:20:20,881 --> 00:20:21,881 - HEY- 539 00:20:23,960 --> 00:20:25,439 How was work? 540 00:20:25,440 --> 00:20:26,407 - It was good. 541 00:20:26,408 --> 00:20:28,482 Somebody left their iPad in the back seat. 542 00:20:28,483 --> 00:20:29,559 - Score. 543 00:20:29,560 --> 00:20:31,439 You gonna return it? 544 00:20:31,440 --> 00:20:33,681 - Well, I couldn't really get in it. 545 00:20:33,682 --> 00:20:35,205 It's password protected. 546 00:20:35,206 --> 00:20:36,565 But I don't know. 547 00:20:38,280 --> 00:20:40,089 I was thinking maybe you could keep it, 548 00:20:40,090 --> 00:20:43,959 walk around with it and make it look like you have a job. 549 00:20:43,960 --> 00:20:45,769 Oh my god, this fuckin' drip. 550 00:20:45,770 --> 00:20:47,639 - [Ben] I have a job. 551 00:20:47,640 --> 00:20:48,959 - Yeah, no, I know. 552 00:20:48,960 --> 00:20:51,519 I just meant one where, you know, 553 00:20:51,520 --> 00:20:53,043 you might have to wear pants. 554 00:20:53,044 --> 00:20:54,323 - [Ben] Fair enough. 555 00:20:54,324 --> 00:20:56,084 - Hey, did you finish your logo? 556 00:20:56,085 --> 00:20:58,159 - Yeah, all done. 557 00:20:58,160 --> 00:20:59,160 - Really? 558 00:21:00,720 --> 00:21:04,281 - And I was thinking, maybe to celebrate... 559 00:21:05,440 --> 00:21:07,599 - Oh, do you wanna? 560 00:21:07,600 --> 00:21:08,719 - Fuck? No. 561 00:21:08,720 --> 00:21:10,210 No, I was thinking maybe we could order Papa Johns, 562 00:21:10,211 --> 00:21:12,567 maybe jam out Jem and the Holograms style. 563 00:21:12,568 --> 00:21:13,839 - Oh okay, yeah. 564 00:21:13,840 --> 00:21:14,682 Oh yeah. 565 00:21:14,683 --> 00:21:16,559 I just, I wasn't really in the mood to fuck. 566 00:21:16,560 --> 00:21:17,525 Yeah. - The sensation I get from sex 567 00:21:17,526 --> 00:21:18,885 and the sensation I get from eating pizza, 568 00:21:18,886 --> 00:21:21,959 it's like, interchangeable for me at this point. 569 00:21:21,960 --> 00:21:22,960 - WOW, okay' 570 00:21:26,080 --> 00:21:27,445 Okay, let's just, 571 00:21:28,400 --> 00:21:30,241 can we just take the pressure off a little bit? 572 00:21:30,242 --> 00:21:31,080 - Can I have some ranch? 573 00:21:31,081 --> 00:21:32,081 - Okay. 574 00:21:35,640 --> 00:21:37,205 - Yeah, there we go. - Oh ho-ho-ho. 575 00:21:37,206 --> 00:21:38,439 That's a sweet bite. 576 00:21:38,440 --> 00:21:39,407 - That's the Tom Petty bite. 577 00:21:39,408 --> 00:21:40,439 - Yeah. 578 00:21:40,440 --> 00:21:41,440 Okay. 579 00:21:42,360 --> 00:21:44,089 I was gonna say, what if we take the pressure off 580 00:21:44,090 --> 00:21:46,879 of not having to write a fight song, 581 00:21:46,880 --> 00:21:48,879 and just do like, whatever. 582 00:21:48,880 --> 00:21:50,166 - Okay. - Whatever comes to mind. 583 00:21:50,167 --> 00:21:52,763 - Let's start with just like two chords. 584 00:21:52,764 --> 00:21:54,245 - Okay. - Just playing two chords 585 00:21:54,246 --> 00:21:55,683 back and forth. - Okay, okay. 586 00:21:55,684 --> 00:21:57,362 - And then you can kind of... 587 00:21:57,363 --> 00:21:58,839 - Oh wow, you've really done it. 588 00:21:58,840 --> 00:21:59,727 - Figure out the melody. - Yeah. 589 00:21:59,728 --> 00:22:02,199 - Okay? - Okay, all right. 590 00:22:02,200 --> 00:22:03,200 - You sure? 591 00:22:04,880 --> 00:22:07,004 (soft guitar music) I like that. 592 00:22:07,005 --> 00:22:08,604 Kind of like some doo-wop action. 593 00:22:08,605 --> 00:22:09,879 - Okay, doo-woppy- 594 00:22:09,880 --> 00:22:13,009 (gentle guitar music) 595 00:22:14,200 --> 00:22:16,079 ♫ Do-do do do 596 00:22:16,080 --> 00:22:19,039 ♫ Do-do do-do do do 597 00:22:19,040 --> 00:22:21,168 ♫ Do do do-do - I like that rhythm. 598 00:22:21,169 --> 00:22:24,359 ♫ Do-do do-do do do 599 00:22:24,360 --> 00:22:27,319 ♫ Night's creepin' in 600 00:22:27,320 --> 00:22:30,359 ♫ I'm feelin' low 601 00:22:30,360 --> 00:22:32,319 ♫ Do-do do do 602 00:22:32,320 --> 00:22:33,839 ♫ Do-do do-do 603 00:22:33,840 --> 00:22:35,479 Okay. 604 00:22:35,480 --> 00:22:37,639 ♫ No money, no friends 605 00:22:37,640 --> 00:22:41,239 ♫ Got nowhere to go 606 00:22:41,240 --> 00:22:42,924 - So, we've done two bars. 607 00:22:42,925 --> 00:22:44,684 - Yeah, we're in deep. 608 00:22:46,160 --> 00:22:49,119 ♫ A rumble in my belly 609 00:22:49,120 --> 00:22:51,839 ♫ My throat is parched 610 00:22:51,840 --> 00:22:52,840 - Parched. 611 00:22:53,800 --> 00:22:55,159 (humming) 612 00:22:55,160 --> 00:22:56,399 Okay, okay, I'm gonna get it. 613 00:22:56,400 --> 00:22:57,287 Yeah, I got one. 614 00:22:57,288 --> 00:22:59,719 ♫ I'm searchin' for the light 615 00:22:59,720 --> 00:23:02,849 ♫ In the endless dark 616 00:23:04,440 --> 00:23:05,846 - I think we have to change it. 617 00:23:05,847 --> 00:23:06,959 - Is it feeling repetitive? 618 00:23:06,960 --> 00:23:07,800 - A little bit. - Okay. 619 00:23:07,801 --> 00:23:08,640 - We're only two songs into it, 620 00:23:08,641 --> 00:23:09,480 but it's repetitive. - Let's do it. 621 00:23:09,481 --> 00:23:10,447 Let's do like a... - So, I would go to this. 622 00:23:10,448 --> 00:23:12,966 (bright guitar notes) Ah, I found it. 623 00:23:12,967 --> 00:23:14,639 ♫ Do-do do 624 00:23:14,640 --> 00:23:18,239 ♫ Do-do do-do do 625 00:23:18,240 --> 00:23:19,082 All right? 626 00:23:19,083 --> 00:23:21,439 ♫ Do-do do ♫ (hums) Crashes 627 00:23:21,440 --> 00:23:23,759 ♫ Of green and red 628 00:23:23,760 --> 00:23:24,647 - Oh. 629 00:23:24,648 --> 00:23:26,279 Fl An 18 inch 630 00:23:26,280 --> 00:23:29,959 ♫ That's where I can rest my head 631 00:23:29,960 --> 00:23:32,799 ♫ You're my sunrise slice 632 00:23:32,800 --> 00:23:34,959 ♫ To welcome the dawn 633 00:23:34,960 --> 00:23:35,802 Oh yeah. 634 00:23:35,803 --> 00:23:38,599 ♫ You're my sunrise slice 635 00:23:38,600 --> 00:23:41,729 ♫ To welcome the dawn 636 00:23:43,400 --> 00:23:46,239 ♫ My papa 637 00:23:46,240 --> 00:23:49,119 ♫ My Papa John 638 00:23:49,120 --> 00:23:51,879 ♫ My papa 639 00:23:51,880 --> 00:23:54,119 ♫ My Papa John 640 00:23:54,120 --> 00:23:54,928 - Bring it home. 641 00:23:54,929 --> 00:23:57,519 ♫ My papa 642 00:23:57,520 --> 00:24:00,091 ♫ My Papa John 643 00:24:04,280 --> 00:24:05,122 - Wow. 644 00:24:05,123 --> 00:24:06,199 - Whoa. 645 00:24:06,200 --> 00:24:07,167 - That was really nice. 646 00:24:07,168 --> 00:24:09,039 (laughing) 647 00:24:09,040 --> 00:24:11,008 - Oh my god, that was so cool. 648 00:24:11,009 --> 00:24:13,239 I feel like it was almost like, 649 00:24:13,240 --> 00:24:14,571 almost like a... - Simon and Garfunkel? 650 00:24:14,572 --> 00:24:17,404 - Almost like a solo Simon, too, I was feeling. 651 00:24:17,405 --> 00:24:18,479 - Yeah, totally. 652 00:24:18,480 --> 00:24:20,239 - Like "The Rhythm of the Saints", like. 653 00:24:20,240 --> 00:24:21,080 - Uh-huh. 654 00:24:21,081 --> 00:24:22,364 And this is working great for me. 655 00:24:22,365 --> 00:24:23,325 I am so shocked 656 00:24:23,326 --> 00:24:25,163 that the guy from Blues Traveler never did this. 657 00:24:25,164 --> 00:24:27,401 (laughing) 658 00:24:28,800 --> 00:24:29,642 How fun is this? 659 00:24:29,643 --> 00:24:31,639 - This is so fun. 660 00:24:31,640 --> 00:24:34,359 Okay, let's make a list 661 00:24:34,360 --> 00:24:37,045 of our top 10 fights of all-time. 662 00:24:38,080 --> 00:24:39,206 - Of all-time? 663 00:24:40,320 --> 00:24:42,159 - Why, does that, 664 00:24:42,160 --> 00:24:43,080 that's not good? 665 00:24:43,081 --> 00:24:44,045 TOP 12? 666 00:24:44,046 --> 00:24:44,848 "TOP 12? 667 00:24:44,849 --> 00:24:45,921 That's only two more. 668 00:24:45,922 --> 00:24:47,283 - I don't know. - I don't know. 669 00:24:47,284 --> 00:24:49,089 Let's start with, we'll start with 12. 670 00:24:49,090 --> 00:24:51,999 - Top 12 fights, all-time. 671 00:24:52,000 --> 00:24:53,000 Okay. 672 00:24:55,240 --> 00:24:56,999 Dishes is big, obviously. - That is big. 673 00:24:57,000 --> 00:24:57,842 - That's a big one. 674 00:24:57,843 --> 00:25:00,319 - You seem to have a general, 675 00:25:00,320 --> 00:25:02,561 a problem with my grooming. 676 00:25:03,840 --> 00:25:04,682 - Yeah. 677 00:25:04,683 --> 00:25:06,279 For sure, that's spot-on. - An issue. 678 00:25:06,280 --> 00:25:07,120 - Yeah. 679 00:25:07,121 --> 00:25:08,690 But I feel like grooming and dishes can kind of go together. 680 00:25:08,680 --> 00:25:09,567 - Okay. - So maybe we just, 681 00:25:09,568 --> 00:25:10,799 like a cleanliness thing. 682 00:25:10,800 --> 00:25:11,839 - Okay. 683 00:25:11,840 --> 00:25:13,479 Um. 684 00:25:13,480 --> 00:25:15,959 I don't wanna point any fingers here, 685 00:25:15,960 --> 00:25:18,239 but I think you can be a little judgemental. 686 00:25:18,240 --> 00:25:19,127 - Okay, okay- 687 00:25:19,128 --> 00:25:21,239 Sure, I can see that. 688 00:25:21,240 --> 00:25:22,321 I will see your judgemental, 689 00:25:22,322 --> 00:25:25,319 and I will raise you a you being lazy. 690 00:25:25,320 --> 00:25:26,287 - Okay, you're uptight- 691 00:25:26,288 --> 00:25:27,519 - [Anna] You're distracted. 692 00:25:27,520 --> 00:25:29,399 - Sure, yeah, you know. 693 00:25:29,400 --> 00:25:30,719 Um. 694 00:25:30,720 --> 00:25:33,371 You have emotions coming out of your ass. 695 00:25:33,372 --> 00:25:36,039 - You have no emotions. 696 00:25:36,040 --> 00:25:37,319 Ever. 697 00:25:37,320 --> 00:25:38,810 - Okay, you're obsessed with the way you look. 698 00:25:38,800 --> 00:25:39,801 - Right. - You're constantly asking me 699 00:25:39,802 --> 00:25:41,279 how you look, it's super annoying. 700 00:25:41,280 --> 00:25:43,246 - Right, well, a lot of that has to do with the fact 701 00:25:43,247 --> 00:25:45,047 that you just like never give me a compliment. 702 00:25:45,048 --> 00:25:46,199 - I give you compliments all the time. 703 00:25:46,200 --> 00:25:47,326 - Whenever you give me a compliment, 704 00:25:47,327 --> 00:25:48,922 it's only when I ask for a compliment. 705 00:25:48,923 --> 00:25:51,885 And even then, it's like, you do that thing where it's like, 706 00:25:51,886 --> 00:25:53,365 something happens where you go away 707 00:25:53,366 --> 00:25:55,442 for like 30 to 45 seconds, and then you come back, 708 00:25:55,443 --> 00:25:57,044 and you're like, oh, 709 00:25:58,640 --> 00:25:59,959 uh, you look good. 710 00:25:59,960 --> 00:26:01,642 - That's a compliment. - Hey, where's my sneakers. 711 00:26:01,643 --> 00:26:02,607 - That's a compliment. 712 00:26:02,608 --> 00:26:04,125 And have you seen those sneakers? 713 00:26:04,126 --> 00:26:06,168 No, you didn't even look. 714 00:26:07,680 --> 00:26:10,283 You know what, if we're living in this post-feminist society 715 00:26:10,284 --> 00:26:12,009 where I have to do the dishes 716 00:26:12,010 --> 00:26:15,479 and you don't have to blow me, like ever, 717 00:26:15,480 --> 00:26:16,965 I would say it's probably pretty fair 718 00:26:16,966 --> 00:26:19,042 that you would start giving me more compliments. 719 00:26:19,043 --> 00:26:21,119 - (laughs) Oh wow, okay. 720 00:26:21,120 --> 00:26:22,439 - I'm serious. - Sure, yeah. 721 00:26:22,440 --> 00:26:23,441 - I would love to feel complimented. 722 00:26:23,442 --> 00:26:25,601 - Okay, you're a regular Gloria Steinem. 723 00:26:25,602 --> 00:26:27,085 - I am, I'm Gary Steinem. 724 00:26:27,086 --> 00:26:29,039 I'm fighting the fight for man's rights. 725 00:26:29,040 --> 00:26:30,039 - Very good. 726 00:26:30,040 --> 00:26:30,882 - Oh. 727 00:26:30,883 --> 00:26:33,008 (tapping) 728 00:26:34,480 --> 00:26:36,439 (fast paced tapping) 729 00:26:36,440 --> 00:26:38,239 That is a drum roll. 730 00:26:38,240 --> 00:26:39,046 - Who cares? 731 00:26:39,047 --> 00:26:39,882 Fine. 732 00:26:39,883 --> 00:26:42,929 (fast-paced tapping) 733 00:26:45,560 --> 00:26:46,759 - Shit. 734 00:26:46,760 --> 00:26:48,079 - [Anna] Yeah. 735 00:26:48,080 --> 00:26:50,599 - [Ben] You know what we need? 736 00:26:50,600 --> 00:26:51,600 - A drummer. 737 00:26:53,360 --> 00:26:54,962 - I don't know if he's home. 738 00:26:54,963 --> 00:26:56,450 - I'm sure he's just tending to women 739 00:26:56,451 --> 00:26:58,239 he keeps in his basement. 740 00:26:58,240 --> 00:26:59,967 - You don't think he keeps 'em in the walls? 741 00:26:59,968 --> 00:27:00,802 - No, it's definitely more 742 00:27:00,803 --> 00:27:03,279 of a lotion in the basket vibe to me. 743 00:27:03,280 --> 00:27:04,167 - See, I think it... 744 00:27:04,168 --> 00:27:05,319 - Hi. - Hey. 745 00:27:05,320 --> 00:27:06,843 - Hey. - Hey neighbors. 746 00:27:06,844 --> 00:27:08,079 What are you doing? 747 00:27:08,080 --> 00:27:09,080 - Um. 748 00:27:10,000 --> 00:27:11,204 If it's a bad time, we can come back. 749 00:27:11,205 --> 00:27:12,120 - Yeah. - What? 750 00:27:12,121 --> 00:27:13,563 No, don't be a couple of billy goats. 751 00:27:13,564 --> 00:27:14,564 Come on in. 752 00:27:15,520 --> 00:27:16,759 - Okay. 753 00:27:16,760 --> 00:27:19,159 - Don't wanna be a billy goat. 754 00:27:19,160 --> 00:27:20,279 - Have a seat. 755 00:27:20,280 --> 00:27:21,088 - Wow, it's... 756 00:27:21,089 --> 00:27:22,363 - You can sit on the left, 757 00:27:22,364 --> 00:27:24,479 and then you can sit on the right. 758 00:27:24,480 --> 00:27:25,604 - Okay. - That's very specific. 759 00:27:25,605 --> 00:27:26,567 - Yeah. - Okay. 760 00:27:26,568 --> 00:27:28,924 - It's very cozy in here. - Mm-hmm. 761 00:27:28,925 --> 00:27:31,161 - Such an honor to have you in my home. 762 00:27:31,162 --> 00:27:35,245 - Yeah, it's nice to be here. (laughs awkwardly) 763 00:27:36,400 --> 00:27:37,242 - Do you want anything? 764 00:27:37,243 --> 00:27:38,999 Do you want some cocoa? 765 00:27:39,000 --> 00:27:40,239 - I'm okay. - I would take a cocoa. 766 00:27:40,240 --> 00:27:41,162 - Okay. - Sure. 767 00:27:41,163 --> 00:27:43,279 - Cassandra Diabla, cocoas, please. 768 00:27:43,280 --> 00:27:44,247 We have guests. 769 00:27:44,248 --> 00:27:48,159 - I don't know who she is. - Extra cocoas. 770 00:27:48,160 --> 00:27:49,160 - Hi. 771 00:27:49,920 --> 00:27:52,161 - This is my best friend, Cassandra Diabla. 772 00:27:52,162 --> 00:27:53,959 - It's nice to meet you. 773 00:27:53,960 --> 00:27:56,247 - Hi. - Hi, Cassandra Diabla? 774 00:27:57,640 --> 00:27:58,721 - Tonight's cocoa night. 775 00:27:58,722 --> 00:28:01,199 Careful, it's a little ouchie. 776 00:28:01,200 --> 00:28:03,519 How can I be of service to the both of you? 777 00:28:03,520 --> 00:28:04,759 I mean, is there something you want? 778 00:28:04,760 --> 00:28:05,799 - David. 779 00:28:05,800 --> 00:28:07,079 We're out of cocoa. 780 00:28:07,080 --> 00:28:08,519 - What? - Yeah. 781 00:28:08,520 --> 00:28:09,559 - We're out of cocoa. 782 00:28:09,560 --> 00:28:10,527 - Totally out. 783 00:28:10,528 --> 00:28:12,439 - There's none left? - There's no more. 784 00:28:12,440 --> 00:28:13,282 - You're kidding me. 785 00:28:13,283 --> 00:28:15,799 You have mine, I insist. 786 00:28:15,800 --> 00:28:18,479 Otherwise Cocoa Tuesdays will have to be No Cocoa Tuesdays. 787 00:28:18,480 --> 00:28:19,322 You know what I mean? 788 00:28:19,323 --> 00:28:20,639 - (giggles) 1 do. 789 00:28:20,640 --> 00:28:21,766 - This is my best friend. 790 00:28:21,767 --> 00:28:23,808 - Hi, Crystal Vichycoisse. 791 00:28:24,760 --> 00:28:25,568 - Hi. 792 00:28:25,569 --> 00:28:27,083 - Your friends are so nice. 793 00:28:27,084 --> 00:28:28,406 - Thank you very much. 794 00:28:28,407 --> 00:28:30,279 - Are you here of your own will? 795 00:28:30,280 --> 00:28:31,770 - That's a joke, you don't have to answer that. 796 00:28:31,760 --> 00:28:32,600 - [David] What was the joke? 797 00:28:32,601 --> 00:28:34,043 - Mm, no, nothing. - It was just something rude 798 00:28:34,044 --> 00:28:34,880 that she said... 799 00:28:34,881 --> 00:28:35,845 - I didn't... - Because she got nervous. 800 00:28:35,846 --> 00:28:37,126 - I was joking. - And it's just a joke. 801 00:28:37,127 --> 00:28:39,039 - Am I here on my own free will? 802 00:28:39,040 --> 00:28:40,530 - Oh, so she looked at you and she was like, 803 00:28:40,520 --> 00:28:41,759 are you here on your own free will? 804 00:28:41,760 --> 00:28:43,410 - That was what she said, I think. 805 00:28:43,411 --> 00:28:44,759 (chuckling) 806 00:28:44,760 --> 00:28:46,319 - You're like a Paula Poundstone. 807 00:28:46,320 --> 00:28:47,444 - Yeah. - Yes, very much so. 808 00:28:47,445 --> 00:28:48,564 - I do get that a lot. - Very much so. 809 00:28:48,565 --> 00:28:49,400 - Yeah. 810 00:28:49,401 --> 00:28:50,970 - We actually met at a Todd Rundgren event. 811 00:28:50,971 --> 00:28:53,239 - A Todd Rundgren event. 812 00:28:53,240 --> 00:28:54,399 - Yes. - Okay. 813 00:28:54,400 --> 00:28:57,159 - There was, it was a record release party. 814 00:28:57,160 --> 00:28:58,002 I'm kidding. 815 00:28:58,003 --> 00:28:59,519 (awkward laughing) - Oh. 816 00:28:59,520 --> 00:29:00,726 - You should have seen your faces. 817 00:29:00,727 --> 00:29:03,610 - No, we met at a cocoa convention. 818 00:29:04,600 --> 00:29:07,079 - [Anna] Yeah, that one is very clearly a joke. 819 00:29:07,080 --> 00:29:08,079 We get it. - Well, is it? 820 00:29:08,080 --> 00:29:08,920 Is it, though? 821 00:29:08,921 --> 00:29:10,251 - Yeah, she gets her sense of humor 822 00:29:10,252 --> 00:29:12,321 from her Great Uncle Avram. - Yeah. 823 00:29:12,322 --> 00:29:14,687 - He was a star in the Yiddish vaudeville circuit. 824 00:29:14,688 --> 00:29:18,039 - Right, okay. (laughs) 825 00:29:18,040 --> 00:29:20,799 - He was a star in the Yiddish vaudeville circuit. 826 00:29:20,800 --> 00:29:21,801 - (laughs) Okay. 827 00:29:21,802 --> 00:29:22,879 - Yeah. 828 00:29:22,880 --> 00:29:27,010 - No, he toured the Ukraine after escaping the pogroms. 829 00:29:28,720 --> 00:29:30,279 - Uh, okay- 830 00:29:30,280 --> 00:29:33,559 So, how did you guys actually meet? 831 00:29:33,560 --> 00:29:35,125 - We met in the program. 832 00:29:35,126 --> 00:29:36,479 - What program? - The program? 833 00:29:36,480 --> 00:29:37,480 - Well, 834 00:29:38,280 --> 00:29:39,839 SAA. 835 00:29:39,840 --> 00:29:42,599 We're recovering sex addicts. 836 00:29:42,600 --> 00:29:43,440 - I think we should... - Okay. 837 00:29:43,441 --> 00:29:44,726 - Probably go, because remember, we... 838 00:29:44,727 --> 00:29:46,243 - And I'm their sponsor. 839 00:29:46,244 --> 00:29:47,599 And also their best friend. 840 00:29:47,600 --> 00:29:48,440 And they're my best friends. 841 00:29:48,441 --> 00:29:49,327 - [Ben] That's very sweet. 842 00:29:49,328 --> 00:29:52,039 - I know this is gonna seem crazy. 843 00:29:52,040 --> 00:29:53,799 We were strippers. 844 00:29:53,800 --> 00:29:55,562 - What, no. - You don't say. 845 00:29:55,563 --> 00:29:57,799 - Yeah, she was, and then she was. 846 00:29:57,800 --> 00:29:58,642 - [Cassandra] Yeah. 847 00:29:58,643 --> 00:30:00,563 - Also, we love to fuck. 848 00:30:01,640 --> 00:30:04,371 - Dave, you should join our band. 849 00:30:05,360 --> 00:30:07,010 - So, Vichycoisse, is that how you say it? 850 00:30:07,011 --> 00:30:08,559 Vichycoisse? - Vichycoisse. 851 00:30:08,560 --> 00:30:09,846 - Vichycoisse. - That's what she said. 852 00:30:09,847 --> 00:30:12,127 - Okay, soup is made of blended potatoes 853 00:30:12,128 --> 00:30:13,565 and a heavy cream. 854 00:30:14,600 --> 00:30:15,599 - Wow. - That sounds amazing. 855 00:30:15,600 --> 00:30:16,565 - Wow. 856 00:30:16,566 --> 00:30:17,527 - So Weird Dave is in your band? 857 00:30:17,528 --> 00:30:18,965 - Weird Dave's in the band. 858 00:30:18,966 --> 00:30:20,959 - Wow. - Yeah, I know. 859 00:30:20,960 --> 00:30:23,723 But you know, the truth is we needed a drummer, 860 00:30:23,724 --> 00:30:26,644 and his only time commitments seem to be Cocoa Tuesdays 861 00:30:26,645 --> 00:30:28,759 and sex addict meetings, so. 862 00:30:28,760 --> 00:30:31,519 - Oh, oh, sweet schedule, Weird Dave. 863 00:30:31,520 --> 00:30:34,679 - Yeah, yeah, Dave's got it figured out. 864 00:30:34,680 --> 00:30:36,569 - Yeah, he's not makin' mistakes at all. 865 00:30:36,570 --> 00:30:38,319 - No, at all. - At all. 866 00:30:38,320 --> 00:30:39,599 - Great. - What? 867 00:30:39,600 --> 00:30:40,724 - Single Sheena, Single Sheena. 868 00:30:40,725 --> 00:30:42,290 - (gasps) She's the last one of us left. 869 00:30:42,291 --> 00:30:43,403 - I know. - Exciting. 870 00:30:43,404 --> 00:30:44,561 - Such a rare occurrence. 871 00:30:44,562 --> 00:30:45,799 It's like, it feels... 872 00:30:45,800 --> 00:30:47,399 - Hi. - Hi, Sheena. 873 00:30:47,400 --> 00:30:48,285 - Hi. - How are you? 874 00:30:48,286 --> 00:30:49,088 - Hey. - Oh my god, 875 00:30:49,089 --> 00:30:50,919 you look so pretty. - Just gorgeous. 876 00:30:50,920 --> 00:30:52,046 - What's happening? - Flawless. 877 00:30:52,047 --> 00:30:53,359 - Are you going somewhere? 878 00:30:53,360 --> 00:30:54,359 Are you coming from something? 879 00:30:54,360 --> 00:30:55,327 - Oh no, I'm headed home. 880 00:30:55,328 --> 00:30:57,368 I spent the night at some guy's house. 881 00:30:57,369 --> 00:30:58,719 - Oh, there it is. 882 00:30:58,720 --> 00:30:59,799 - I would love to hear 883 00:30:59,800 --> 00:31:00,720 about that. - Details, details, 884 00:31:00,721 --> 00:31:02,243 not just a magazine, honey. - Yes, please. 885 00:31:02,244 --> 00:31:03,207 - Um, I don't know. 886 00:31:03,208 --> 00:31:04,919 I mean, he was super hot. 887 00:31:04,920 --> 00:31:06,964 ' YEP, YEP, YEP, YEP, YEP- - Yeah, sure. 888 00:31:06,965 --> 00:31:08,559 - He has like a ton of money. 889 00:31:08,560 --> 00:31:09,925 - Makes the world go 'round. - Go and get yours. 890 00:31:09,926 --> 00:31:13,603 - And he went down on me for like an hour, so that was fun. 891 00:31:13,604 --> 00:31:14,723 - That's a... - Long time. 892 00:31:14,724 --> 00:31:15,959 - Whole episode of Scandal. 893 00:31:15,960 --> 00:31:17,119 I mean... - A long time. 894 00:31:17,120 --> 00:31:17,960 - So, I don't know. 895 00:31:17,961 --> 00:31:18,925 I might see him again, might not. 896 00:31:18,926 --> 00:31:21,080 But anyways, I gotta run, gotta shower before I teach. 897 00:31:21,081 --> 00:31:21,922 Good to see you, though. 898 00:31:21,923 --> 00:31:23,079 - Sure, bye. 899 00:31:23,080 --> 00:31:24,679 - She is a teacher? 900 00:31:24,680 --> 00:31:25,727 - Well, she teaches Pilates. 901 00:31:25,728 --> 00:31:27,719 - Oh, I'll get over it then. 902 00:31:27,720 --> 00:31:29,159 An hour. - One hour. 903 00:31:29,160 --> 00:31:30,844 - That is gonna get me through sex with my husband 904 00:31:30,845 --> 00:31:32,079 for like a good week. 905 00:31:32,080 --> 00:31:33,279 A week. - I'm riled up. 906 00:31:33,280 --> 00:31:34,691 I'm riled up. - Oh, it is Niagara Falls 907 00:31:34,692 --> 00:31:36,279 down there. - It's like a burning, 908 00:31:36,280 --> 00:31:37,247 burning fire. - Yeah, yeah. 909 00:31:37,248 --> 00:31:38,810 I need to air that out now. 910 00:31:38,811 --> 00:31:40,879 (dramatic sighing) 911 00:31:40,880 --> 00:31:42,639 ' [Anna] Babe? 912 00:31:42,640 --> 00:31:44,159 - Yeah. 913 00:31:44,160 --> 00:31:45,439 ' [Anna] Hi. 914 00:31:45,440 --> 00:31:47,090 - What's up, Boomer? 915 00:31:48,760 --> 00:31:51,604 - I was thinking, do you want to... 916 00:31:54,840 --> 00:31:56,919 (quirky music) 917 00:31:56,920 --> 00:31:58,399 You know what I mean? 918 00:31:58,400 --> 00:31:59,640 You wanna fuck? 919 00:32:01,680 --> 00:32:03,808 You wanna fuck this pussy? 920 00:32:04,960 --> 00:32:05,959 - Right now? 921 00:32:05,960 --> 00:32:07,399 - Yeah. 922 00:32:07,400 --> 00:32:08,679 You wanna fuck? 923 00:32:08,680 --> 00:32:10,279 - Yeah, I'll fuck. 924 00:32:10,280 --> 00:32:12,123 - You wanna fuck this pussy? 925 00:32:12,124 --> 00:32:13,279 - Aw yeah. 926 00:32:13,280 --> 00:32:14,925 - Get it, get it, get it, get it. 927 00:32:14,926 --> 00:32:16,684 (playful excited vocalizing) 928 00:32:16,685 --> 00:32:17,806 - Let's do it. 929 00:32:19,120 --> 00:32:20,643 - Oh, were you just, you weren't even going? 930 00:32:20,644 --> 00:32:22,085 - No, I just like to sit on the toilet 931 00:32:22,086 --> 00:32:23,969 and let my butt-hole be free. 932 00:32:23,970 --> 00:32:26,839 Makes me more productive. 933 00:32:26,840 --> 00:32:27,840 Let's go. 934 00:32:34,320 --> 00:32:35,160 - [Anna] That's good. 935 00:32:35,161 --> 00:32:36,002 - Yeah? - Yeah. 936 00:32:36,003 --> 00:32:37,445 Maybe, what if we, 937 00:32:38,760 --> 00:32:40,405 what if you just reposition for, 938 00:32:40,406 --> 00:32:42,129 or like... - I'll reposition. 939 00:32:42,130 --> 00:32:45,010 - Just get that angle a little bit. 940 00:32:46,480 --> 00:32:47,641 - [Ben] Your face, the face that you're, 941 00:32:47,642 --> 00:32:49,759 can you just not make that face? 942 00:32:49,760 --> 00:32:51,362 - I'm sorry, no, no, no. - 'Cause it's just like, 943 00:32:51,363 --> 00:32:52,166 It looks like you're in pain. 944 00:32:52,167 --> 00:32:53,002 - I'm not in pain. 945 00:32:53,003 --> 00:32:54,805 I'm just trying to figure, (sighs) 946 00:32:54,806 --> 00:32:56,039 I'm trying to figure it out. 947 00:32:56,040 --> 00:32:56,880 I'm sorry. 948 00:32:56,881 --> 00:32:57,720 I don't know what happened. 949 00:32:57,721 --> 00:32:59,085 I was just like, I was so horny before. 950 00:32:59,086 --> 00:33:02,159 And then suddenly it's like, 951 00:33:02,160 --> 00:33:05,999 I don't know, it's like the fuckin' shop just closed. 952 00:33:06,000 --> 00:33:07,079 - The shop closed? 953 00:33:07,080 --> 00:33:07,920 - Yeah. 954 00:33:07,921 --> 00:33:08,921 Like the 955 00:33:10,600 --> 00:33:12,165 door's locked, gate's down. 956 00:33:12,166 --> 00:33:13,286 Like, the whole situation. 957 00:33:13,287 --> 00:33:16,921 I don't know how to contact the shop keeper. 958 00:33:18,440 --> 00:33:19,407 You know what I mean? 959 00:33:19,408 --> 00:33:22,639 (grumbling understanding) 960 00:33:22,640 --> 00:33:24,839 It might be a situation where 961 00:33:24,840 --> 00:33:26,485 it's like there's a sign on the door, 962 00:33:26,486 --> 00:33:28,082 and they're like, back in five. 963 00:33:28,083 --> 00:33:29,919 - This analogy is super long. 964 00:33:29,920 --> 00:33:30,920 - Yeah. 965 00:33:33,800 --> 00:33:34,640 Okay. 966 00:33:34,641 --> 00:33:35,641 Well, 967 00:33:36,640 --> 00:33:37,482 I'm sorry. 968 00:33:37,483 --> 00:33:39,005 Do you want me to give you a hand-job? 969 00:33:39,006 --> 00:33:40,679 - What? No. 970 00:33:40,680 --> 00:33:43,365 I didn't even wanna have sex in the first place. 971 00:33:43,366 --> 00:33:46,799 I only did it because you wanted to. 972 00:33:46,800 --> 00:33:48,919 - Right, I know. 973 00:33:48,920 --> 00:33:50,410 (drum sticks tapping) - One, two, three, four. 974 00:33:50,411 --> 00:33:52,971 (upbeat music) 975 00:34:01,680 --> 00:34:05,287 ♫ Marriage is a sacred bond 976 00:34:07,000 --> 00:34:10,721 ♫ Of you and it I am so fond 977 00:34:12,440 --> 00:34:16,570 ♫ Friendship, care, the ties that bind 978 00:34:17,760 --> 00:34:21,890 ♫ You're loving, caring, always kind 979 00:34:23,360 --> 00:34:27,490 ♫ But when we lay in bed at night 980 00:34:28,680 --> 00:34:32,844 ♫ Our bodies bathed in the moonlight 981 00:34:34,120 --> 00:34:38,250 ♫ To have, to hold forever, oh dear 982 00:34:39,600 --> 00:34:44,399 ♫ Please don't bring your body near 983 00:34:44,400 --> 00:34:46,999 ♫ 'Cause I 984 00:34:47,000 --> 00:34:49,359 ♫ I love you 985 00:34:49,360 --> 00:34:52,364 ♫ But I don't wanna fuck you, fuck you, fuck you 986 00:34:52,365 --> 00:34:55,759 ♫ I don't wanna fuck you 987 00:34:55,760 --> 00:34:59,048 ♫ Our, our love is true 988 00:35:00,440 --> 00:35:03,410 ♫ But I don't wanna fuck you, fuck you, fuck you 989 00:35:03,411 --> 00:35:06,879 ♫ I don't wanna fuck you 990 00:35:06,880 --> 00:35:09,281 ♫ I love you 991 00:35:14,440 --> 00:35:16,249 - [Anna] That was rad. 992 00:35:18,760 --> 00:35:20,279 - Dave? 993 00:35:20,280 --> 00:35:22,279 Dave? - What's happening? 994 00:35:22,280 --> 00:35:23,361 Is he, so you think he's okay? 995 00:35:23,362 --> 00:35:24,959 - You're asking me? 996 00:35:24,960 --> 00:35:25,960 - Dave. 997 00:35:27,400 --> 00:35:28,365 - Unreal. 998 00:35:28,366 --> 00:35:29,200 I loved it. - There it is. 999 00:35:29,201 --> 00:35:30,042 - Wow. - Okay. 1000 00:35:30,043 --> 00:35:31,201 Great, thank you. - Cool. 1001 00:35:31,202 --> 00:35:34,639 - That was very beautiful, beginning to end. 1002 00:35:34,640 --> 00:35:35,480 - Thanks. 1003 00:35:35,481 --> 00:35:37,050 - You know, I can't relate to the lyrics at all. 1004 00:35:37,051 --> 00:35:38,525 - Right. - On account of the fact 1005 00:35:38,526 --> 00:35:40,759 that I wanna fuck everything and everybody. 1006 00:35:40,760 --> 00:35:42,922 - Yeah, that's your thing. - Right, that's the addiction. 1007 00:35:42,923 --> 00:35:45,603 - I mean, except of course Crystal and Cassandra. 1008 00:35:45,604 --> 00:35:47,079 - You never wanna fuck them? 1009 00:35:47,080 --> 00:35:47,888 - No. 1010 00:35:47,889 --> 00:35:49,479 - No. - Never. 1011 00:35:49,480 --> 00:35:52,999 But that's a love song for the ages. 1012 00:35:53,000 --> 00:35:54,359 Bravo. 1013 00:35:54,360 --> 00:35:56,165 - Thank you. - It's a standing ovation. 1014 00:35:56,166 --> 00:35:59,004 - Thank you, Dave. - Thank you so much, man. 1015 00:35:59,005 --> 00:36:00,889 - I'm gonna go and eat. 1016 00:36:01,840 --> 00:36:03,239 - Okay. (chuckles) - Okay. 1017 00:36:03,240 --> 00:36:04,082 That sounds human. 1018 00:36:04,083 --> 00:36:05,599 - And I'll see you very soon. 1019 00:36:05,600 --> 00:36:06,485 - All right. - All right, thanks. 1020 00:36:06,486 --> 00:36:07,322 - Take it easy, man. - Thanks. 1021 00:36:07,323 --> 00:36:08,919 We'll see you next rehearsal, okay. 1022 00:36:08,920 --> 00:36:09,887 ' [Dave] Okay. 1023 00:36:09,888 --> 00:36:12,531 (door rattling) 1024 00:36:14,680 --> 00:36:18,359 - (sighs) Man, I like writing songs with you. 1025 00:36:18,360 --> 00:36:21,559 - I like writing songs with you. 1026 00:36:21,560 --> 00:36:24,211 (intense music) 1027 00:36:26,560 --> 00:36:29,450 (cymbals crashing) 1028 00:36:31,600 --> 00:36:32,681 - [Anna] We're never done it in the garage. 1029 00:36:32,682 --> 00:36:34,119 - [Ben] I know, it's so hot. 1030 00:36:34,120 --> 00:36:35,281 - [Anna] Let's do it in more weird places. 1031 00:36:35,282 --> 00:36:39,251 - [Ben] It's not that weird, we own this garage. 1032 00:36:41,280 --> 00:36:42,281 (shelves rattling) (moaning) 1033 00:36:42,282 --> 00:36:43,519 - Oh my god. 1034 00:36:43,520 --> 00:36:44,520 Oh fuck. 1035 00:36:45,520 --> 00:36:46,681 Oh my god. (snapping) 1036 00:36:46,682 --> 00:36:47,719 - Shit. 1037 00:36:47,720 --> 00:36:48,881 - I know, it feels so fucking good. 1038 00:36:48,882 --> 00:36:51,087 - No, no, I'm stuck in a rat trap. 1039 00:36:51,088 --> 00:36:52,119 - What? 1040 00:36:52,120 --> 00:36:53,722 - My foot is stuck in one of the glue traps 1041 00:36:53,723 --> 00:36:54,560 like a mouse. - Like a rat trap? 1042 00:36:54,561 --> 00:36:55,400 - Yeah. 1043 00:36:55,401 --> 00:36:56,208 - It's okay. (smacking) 1044 00:36:56,209 --> 00:36:57,399 Can you push through? 1045 00:36:57,400 --> 00:36:58,399 Use your body. 1046 00:36:58,400 --> 00:36:59,603 Please keep fucking me. 1047 00:36:59,604 --> 00:37:00,931 It feels so fucking good. 1048 00:37:00,932 --> 00:37:03,199 Oh my god, oh my god. 1049 00:37:03,200 --> 00:37:04,359 (pleasured moaning) - My foot is going numb. 1050 00:37:04,360 --> 00:37:05,407 - Oh my god, that feels so good. 1051 00:37:05,408 --> 00:37:07,561 - The whole left side of my body is going numb. 1052 00:37:07,562 --> 00:37:08,561 (gasping) 1053 00:37:08,562 --> 00:37:10,519 (groans) I'm coming. 1054 00:37:10,520 --> 00:37:12,639 (satisfied moaning) 1055 00:37:12,640 --> 00:37:13,640 Ow, ow. 1056 00:37:15,680 --> 00:37:18,650 (contented sighing) 1057 00:37:19,600 --> 00:37:21,279 - We buy kale. 1058 00:37:21,280 --> 00:37:23,324 The kale sits in our fridge for a week. 1059 00:37:23,325 --> 00:37:24,646 We throw out the kale. 1060 00:37:24,647 --> 00:37:26,083 And then we buy that kale again. 1061 00:37:26,084 --> 00:37:27,411 - It's all very exciting. 1062 00:37:27,412 --> 00:37:28,599 - It's a real... 1063 00:37:28,600 --> 00:37:29,647 - It's the kale diaries. 1064 00:37:29,648 --> 00:37:31,039 (excited vocalizing) 1065 00:37:31,040 --> 00:37:33,879 - [Anna] Look, our people. 1066 00:37:33,880 --> 00:37:35,599 - You think they're Jews? 1067 00:37:35,600 --> 00:37:38,559 - No, I just mean musicians. 1068 00:37:38,560 --> 00:37:40,559 Should we go over there? 1069 00:37:40,560 --> 00:37:41,919 - You wanna get into a drum circle 1070 00:37:41,920 --> 00:37:43,046 by the farmer's market. - I don't know. 1071 00:37:43,047 --> 00:37:44,929 We should get inspired. 1072 00:37:46,400 --> 00:37:47,599 - Okay. 1073 00:37:47,600 --> 00:37:49,039 - They look friendly. 1074 00:37:49,040 --> 00:37:50,962 - Yeah, all drum circles look friendly. 1075 00:37:50,963 --> 00:37:52,928 That's how people end up in them. 1076 00:37:52,929 --> 00:37:56,159 (singing in foreign language) 1077 00:37:56,160 --> 00:37:57,000 - Hi. 1078 00:37:57,001 --> 00:37:58,001 - Hi, what's up? 1079 00:37:58,002 --> 00:37:59,399 - Nice jam. 1080 00:37:59,400 --> 00:38:00,526 - Welcome, hi. 1081 00:38:02,600 --> 00:38:05,283 Would you like to take part in some of our love light today? 1082 00:38:05,284 --> 00:38:07,239 - We were just talking about... - What? 1083 00:38:07,240 --> 00:38:08,080 No, we weren't. - Lover's light. 1084 00:38:08,081 --> 00:38:08,922 Yes, we were. 1085 00:38:08,923 --> 00:38:10,410 - Why don't you have a seat. - Okay. 1086 00:38:10,411 --> 00:38:11,839 - Join us. - Okay. 1087 00:38:11,840 --> 00:38:13,602 - Okay, you guys'll pick up the words in no time. 1088 00:38:13,603 --> 00:38:14,603 - Okay. 1089 00:38:15,280 --> 00:38:16,399 - Okay. 1090 00:38:16,400 --> 00:38:19,719 (rhythmic wooden tapping) 1091 00:38:19,720 --> 00:38:23,850 (upbeat music) (singing in foreign language) 1092 00:38:29,440 --> 00:38:31,807 ♫ Ikea, Ikea 1093 00:38:33,720 --> 00:38:35,051 - I feel like they're just saying Ikea 1094 00:38:35,052 --> 00:38:36,769 over and over again. - Will you please. 1095 00:38:36,770 --> 00:38:38,479 ♫ Ikea, Ikea 1096 00:38:38,480 --> 00:38:39,561 - You don't hear the word Ikea? 1097 00:38:39,562 --> 00:38:42,039 ♫ Ikea (ululating) 1098 00:38:42,040 --> 00:38:43,929 ♫ Ikea 1099 00:38:44,960 --> 00:38:45,959 (clapping) 1100 00:38:45,960 --> 00:38:47,199 - Thank you. - That was beautiful. 1101 00:38:47,200 --> 00:38:48,199 - Oh, you're welcome. 1102 00:38:48,200 --> 00:38:49,167 - What language was that? 1103 00:38:49,168 --> 00:38:50,443 - Yeah, was that Sanskrit? 1104 00:38:50,444 --> 00:38:52,245 - No, I devised that language myself, 1105 00:38:52,246 --> 00:38:53,479 it's called Tuna-Tuna, 1106 00:38:53,480 --> 00:38:55,119 while I was studying abroad. 1107 00:38:55,120 --> 00:38:55,962 - Tuna-Tuna. 1108 00:38:55,963 --> 00:38:58,122 - Tuna-Tuna is the name of the language 1109 00:38:58,123 --> 00:39:00,319 that you devised. - Was that 1110 00:39:00,320 --> 00:39:01,399 in India, or? 1111 00:39:01,400 --> 00:39:02,208 - No, no, close. 1112 00:39:02,209 --> 00:39:04,119 Barstow Community College. 1113 00:39:04,120 --> 00:39:07,479 - (laughs) I'm sorry. 1114 00:39:07,480 --> 00:39:08,679 He was just... - Jesus. 1115 00:39:08,680 --> 00:39:09,886 - What do you want me to do? - I've never, 1116 00:39:09,887 --> 00:39:11,291 I haven't seen you like that. 1117 00:39:11,292 --> 00:39:14,359 - I mean, I got hot and bothered. 1118 00:39:14,360 --> 00:39:16,119 - Yeah, I was bothered. 1119 00:39:16,120 --> 00:39:18,202 - (laughs) I know, you were less hot. 1120 00:39:18,203 --> 00:39:19,486 Wait, oh my god. 1121 00:39:20,720 --> 00:39:22,919 Look, it's a sign. 1122 00:39:22,920 --> 00:39:23,726 - Like, from the universe, 1123 00:39:23,727 --> 00:39:25,006 it's a sign or like a... - Well, I was saying it is, 1124 00:39:25,007 --> 00:39:26,081 it's also a literal sign. 1125 00:39:26,082 --> 00:39:28,239 But it is, that's a sign. 1126 00:39:28,240 --> 00:39:30,447 - Should we play that show? 1127 00:39:31,360 --> 00:39:34,409 (lighthearted music) 1128 00:39:35,720 --> 00:39:37,039 Okay. 1129 00:39:37,040 --> 00:39:38,119 ' [Anna] Okay. 1130 00:39:38,120 --> 00:39:39,770 - Here goes nothin'. 1131 00:39:41,040 --> 00:39:42,639 You ready for it? 1132 00:39:42,640 --> 00:39:44,399 - Am I ready for it? 1133 00:39:44,400 --> 00:39:45,206 - Yeah. 1134 00:39:45,207 --> 00:39:46,690 - I can't believe you're askin' me that. 1135 00:39:46,680 --> 00:39:48,442 Since when have you been afraid of doing mushrooms? 1136 00:39:48,443 --> 00:39:50,124 - I'm not afraid of doing mushrooms, I've just, 1137 00:39:50,125 --> 00:39:53,639 I've never done them with a task at hand. 1138 00:39:53,640 --> 00:39:55,881 - I mean, I just think it's gonna help us 1139 00:39:55,882 --> 00:39:58,403 with our creative process. - Yeah, you think so? 1140 00:39:58,404 --> 00:39:59,799 - We gotta get some songs out. 1141 00:39:59,800 --> 00:40:00,642 - [Ben] Okay. 1142 00:40:00,643 --> 00:40:01,766 - Okay, ready. 1143 00:40:03,000 --> 00:40:03,808 L'chaim. 1144 00:40:03,809 --> 00:40:07,639 (soft strange music) 1145 00:40:07,640 --> 00:40:09,688 (9 roans) 1146 00:40:10,880 --> 00:40:12,799 - [Ben] Terrible. 1147 00:40:12,800 --> 00:40:14,211 - They're mellow, though. - Oh good. 1148 00:40:14,200 --> 00:40:15,040 - [Anna] These ones are mellow. 1149 00:40:15,041 --> 00:40:16,041 - Good. 1150 00:40:17,080 --> 00:40:20,368 (bright mystical music) 1151 00:40:24,680 --> 00:40:26,887 (giggling) 1152 00:40:31,360 --> 00:40:32,486 I got an idea. 1153 00:40:33,880 --> 00:40:35,399 Where's my notebook? 1154 00:40:35,400 --> 00:40:36,399 - What? 1155 00:40:36,400 --> 00:40:38,799 - I have a song idea, I wanna write it down. 1156 00:40:38,800 --> 00:40:39,800 - Okay. 1157 00:40:41,240 --> 00:40:42,080 - Hurry up, I don't want it 1158 00:40:42,081 --> 00:40:43,491 to pop out of my head. - Okay, okay, okay. 1159 00:40:43,492 --> 00:40:46,211 (wondrous music) 1160 00:40:48,200 --> 00:40:50,851 (faint singing) 1161 00:40:59,840 --> 00:41:00,840 - Anna. 1162 00:41:02,280 --> 00:41:03,879 Anna. 1163 00:41:03,880 --> 00:41:04,880 - What? 1164 00:41:06,280 --> 00:41:08,601 - [Ben] Where's my notebook? 1165 00:41:12,880 --> 00:41:15,679 Hurry up, I'm losin' the melody. 1166 00:41:15,680 --> 00:41:17,559 (breathing raggedly) 1167 00:41:17,560 --> 00:41:19,449 - Here's your notebook. 1168 00:41:23,680 --> 00:41:25,170 It's just so crazy 1169 00:41:26,640 --> 00:41:29,371 how the birds just love my chips. 1170 00:41:30,960 --> 00:41:33,611 - Get right up next to them, they whisper. 1171 00:41:33,612 --> 00:41:36,331 (wondrous music) 1172 00:41:38,000 --> 00:41:39,809 And I also love chips, 1173 00:41:42,320 --> 00:41:44,799 but I never just go eat the chips. 1174 00:41:44,800 --> 00:41:48,279 And that's why I love you birds. 1175 00:41:48,280 --> 00:41:51,759 Because you just go whenever you want it. 1176 00:41:51,760 --> 00:41:53,319 And you get it. 1177 00:41:53,320 --> 00:41:55,402 Hi. 1178 00:41:57,480 --> 00:42:00,689 - I just wrote the most beautiful song. 1179 00:42:01,680 --> 00:42:04,251 (bright music) 1180 00:42:09,880 --> 00:42:13,327 (meandering guitar music) 1181 00:42:14,320 --> 00:42:16,607 I can't remember the lyrics. 1182 00:42:20,000 --> 00:42:22,439 Do you remember the first line? 1183 00:42:22,440 --> 00:42:23,360 - I didn't write it. 1184 00:42:23,361 --> 00:42:24,599 - I know, but we came up with it together. 1185 00:42:24,600 --> 00:42:26,559 - You came up with it. 1186 00:42:26,560 --> 00:42:27,599 ' [Ben] (sighs) It... 1187 00:42:27,600 --> 00:42:28,442 - I don't know the lyrics. 1188 00:42:28,443 --> 00:42:31,399 - Babe, you remember, it was about something like a dog? 1189 00:42:31,400 --> 00:42:32,639 - Maybe you wrote it down somewhere. 1190 00:42:32,640 --> 00:42:34,079 - Um, yeah, he did. 1191 00:42:34,080 --> 00:42:34,922 He actually did. 1192 00:42:34,923 --> 00:42:38,719 He recorded it telepathically onto a sandwich. 1193 00:42:38,720 --> 00:42:40,085 - The lyrics are in my blood. - Which he then ate. 1194 00:42:40,086 --> 00:42:41,919 No, the drugs are in your blood, the lyrics 1195 00:42:41,920 --> 00:42:43,807 are like (whistles). - You wanted to take drugs. 1196 00:42:43,808 --> 00:42:44,961 - [Anna] Oh my god, that's so classic, 1197 00:42:44,962 --> 00:42:46,039 to turn this around on me. 1198 00:42:46,040 --> 00:42:46,880 - I'm turning it around? - Yeah. 1199 00:42:46,881 --> 00:42:47,720 - You're turning it around on me. 1200 00:42:47,721 --> 00:42:48,799 You wanted to take drugs, it didn't work out, 1201 00:42:48,800 --> 00:42:49,642 and now you're acting 1202 00:42:49,643 --> 00:42:51,599 like a bitch. - It didn't work out? 1203 00:42:51,600 --> 00:42:52,440 Did you just call me a bitch? 1204 00:42:52,441 --> 00:42:53,963 - No, I said you're acting like a bitch. 1205 00:42:53,964 --> 00:42:55,450 - What kind of man calls their wife a bitch? 1206 00:42:55,440 --> 00:42:56,485 - [Ben] Why do you have to question my manhood? 1207 00:42:56,486 --> 00:42:57,445 And what's... - Because what kind of man 1208 00:42:57,446 --> 00:42:58,930 calls a woman a bitch. - You call me a dick 1209 00:42:58,920 --> 00:42:59,760 all the time, 1210 00:42:59,761 --> 00:43:01,205 why can't I call you a bitch? - Oh my god. 1211 00:43:01,206 --> 00:43:02,279 That's so lame. 1212 00:43:02,280 --> 00:43:04,203 - Why is that lame? (disgusted groaning) 1213 00:43:04,204 --> 00:43:06,039 - Um, I'm gonna go for now. 1214 00:43:06,040 --> 00:43:06,880 - No. - No. 1215 00:43:06,881 --> 00:43:08,484 - Just sit down for a second. - Dave, sit down, please. 1216 00:43:08,485 --> 00:43:10,719 Just give us one minute. 1217 00:43:10,720 --> 00:43:12,083 - Why don't I give you some privacy, 1218 00:43:12,084 --> 00:43:12,920 and I can... - That's definitely 1219 00:43:12,921 --> 00:43:14,044 not what we want. - We don't need any privacy. 1220 00:43:14,045 --> 00:43:14,962 This is not a private matter. - No. 1221 00:43:14,963 --> 00:43:17,691 You leave, this gets real, so let's just, 1222 00:43:17,692 --> 00:43:20,079 we're gonna just push through. 1223 00:43:20,080 --> 00:43:21,045 - Can I get some air? 1224 00:43:21,046 --> 00:43:22,244 - No, you can't get air when... - Air? 1225 00:43:22,245 --> 00:43:24,002 - There's open air everywhere. - We're in a garage! 1226 00:43:24,003 --> 00:43:25,081 - [Ben] What more air do you need? 1227 00:43:25,082 --> 00:43:27,039 (irritated groaning) 1228 00:43:27,040 --> 00:43:27,848 - Great, I'll just. 1229 00:43:27,849 --> 00:43:29,759 (unfocused drum music) 1230 00:43:29,760 --> 00:43:31,159 - [Anna] Dave, please. 1231 00:43:31,160 --> 00:43:32,000 - Why? - Just give us a second. 1232 00:43:32,001 --> 00:43:33,604 - [Anna] We need to finish this for one second. 1233 00:43:33,605 --> 00:43:34,679 - Why? 1234 00:43:34,680 --> 00:43:37,443 Because I'm being held hostage, so I'm just gonna play. 1235 00:43:37,444 --> 00:43:38,723 - Dave, come on, man. 1236 00:43:38,724 --> 00:43:40,051 - That's so annoying. 1237 00:43:40,052 --> 00:43:42,159 - Just play something then. 1238 00:43:42,160 --> 00:43:44,839 (incessant drum music) 1239 00:43:44,840 --> 00:43:46,119 I'm not stopping. 1240 00:43:46,120 --> 00:43:50,119 (forceful drum music) 1241 00:43:50,120 --> 00:43:51,770 ' [Ben] Play a song. 1242 00:43:55,640 --> 00:43:59,008 ♫ I'm in no mood for your mood 1243 00:44:02,440 --> 00:44:05,759 ♫ I'm in no mood for your mood 1244 00:44:05,760 --> 00:44:07,559 ♫ So take your attitude 1245 00:44:07,560 --> 00:44:11,119 ♫ Is this what it means to be a dude 1246 00:44:11,120 --> 00:44:14,479 ♫ That you could ever speak so lewd 1247 00:44:14,480 --> 00:44:17,839 ♫ You're fuckin' lazy and you're crude 1248 00:44:17,840 --> 00:44:21,319 ♫ You better change your attitude 1249 00:44:21,320 --> 00:44:24,759 ♫ Is this what comes with havin' boobs 1250 00:44:24,760 --> 00:44:28,239 ♫ Always obsessin' over food 1251 00:44:28,240 --> 00:44:31,599 ♫ You get so hangry and so rude 1252 00:44:31,600 --> 00:44:34,039 ♫ You better change your attitude 1253 00:44:34,040 --> 00:44:36,520 (funky music) 1254 00:44:38,200 --> 00:44:39,200 Up here. 1255 00:44:40,440 --> 00:44:41,803 ♫ And then we fight, fight 1256 00:44:41,804 --> 00:44:43,083 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight 1257 00:44:43,084 --> 00:44:45,241 ♫ And then we fight about the fight, fight 1258 00:44:45,242 --> 00:44:46,603 ♫ Fight, fight, fight fight 1259 00:44:46,604 --> 00:44:48,522 ♫ I'm acting calm and you're uptight 1260 00:44:48,523 --> 00:44:50,362 ♫ You're the dark and I'm the light 1261 00:44:50,363 --> 00:44:52,044 ♫ You're so wrong and I'm so right 1262 00:44:52,045 --> 00:44:53,759 ♫ I'm so right 1263 00:44:53,760 --> 00:44:57,519 ♫ Well, now my head is fucking spinning 1264 00:44:57,520 --> 00:45:01,570 ♫ But I can't give up on winning 1265 00:45:04,400 --> 00:45:05,287 (laughing) 1266 00:45:05,288 --> 00:45:06,930 - Well, we owe you a big thank you, Dave. 1267 00:45:06,931 --> 00:45:09,199 - Yeah, big ups to Dave. 1268 00:45:09,200 --> 00:45:10,326 - Big ups to Dave. 1269 00:45:10,327 --> 00:45:11,799 Bless up, Dave. 1270 00:45:11,800 --> 00:45:14,929 - [Anna] All right, let's do this open mic, dogs. 1271 00:45:14,930 --> 00:45:17,969 (sweet quirky music) 1272 00:45:19,720 --> 00:45:22,799 (water splashing) 1273 00:45:22,800 --> 00:45:24,404 - Hey, we gotta leave in like seven minutes. 1274 00:45:24,405 --> 00:45:26,289 - I know, I'm hustling. 1275 00:45:27,720 --> 00:45:28,767 I just gotta, 1276 00:45:29,800 --> 00:45:30,800 okay. 1277 00:45:32,760 --> 00:45:34,119 - What? 1278 00:45:34,120 --> 00:45:34,962 - Nothing. - It's not good? 1279 00:45:34,963 --> 00:45:37,079 - No, it's great. 1280 00:45:37,080 --> 00:45:38,080 You look 1281 00:45:39,320 --> 00:45:40,162 beautiful. 1282 00:45:40,163 --> 00:45:42,479 (lighthearted music) 1283 00:45:42,480 --> 00:45:44,479 (laughing) 1284 00:45:44,480 --> 00:45:45,759 - Thanks. 1285 00:45:45,760 --> 00:45:47,719 - You're welcome. 1286 00:45:47,720 --> 00:45:49,802 - You don't look too bad yourself. 1287 00:45:49,803 --> 00:45:52,519 (laughing) 1288 00:45:52,520 --> 00:45:55,719 You think, though, it's too heteronormative? 1289 00:45:55,720 --> 00:45:58,079 It's so gendered, it's like, 1290 00:45:58,080 --> 00:45:59,959 should we swap outfits? - God no. 1291 00:45:59,960 --> 00:46:00,882 - Especially in this clay and age, 1292 00:46:00,883 --> 00:46:02,279 you don't wanna be like, well... 1293 00:46:02,280 --> 00:46:03,359 - I don't wanna wear a dress. - I'm the man, 1294 00:46:03,360 --> 00:46:04,486 and I'm the woman. - Don't make me wear a dress 1295 00:46:04,487 --> 00:46:05,965 tonight, please. - Okay. 1296 00:46:05,966 --> 00:46:07,882 - Do you think it's too on-the-nose 1297 00:46:07,883 --> 00:46:09,759 that we're making Dave dress like a baby? 1298 00:46:09,760 --> 00:46:11,091 - I don't think that's the problem. 1299 00:46:11,092 --> 00:46:12,965 No, I think that drives it home. 1300 00:46:12,966 --> 00:46:14,639 It's very, I think it's subtle. 1301 00:46:14,640 --> 00:46:15,639 (knocking) 1302 00:46:15,640 --> 00:46:16,480 Okay, it's go time. 1303 00:46:16,481 --> 00:46:17,322 Do you have everything? 1304 00:46:17,323 --> 00:46:18,726 - [Ben] I have picks and... 1305 00:46:18,727 --> 00:46:20,210 - Your wallet? - My wallet and keys. 1306 00:46:20,211 --> 00:46:21,247 Coming, Dave. 1307 00:46:24,080 --> 00:46:25,519 Hey buddy. 1308 00:46:25,520 --> 00:46:27,122 - What, where's your onesie? 1309 00:46:27,123 --> 00:46:30,010 - I thought you were Dave the Baby Drummer. 1310 00:46:30,011 --> 00:46:32,839 - I'm turning over my sticks. 1311 00:46:32,840 --> 00:46:33,680 (laughing) 1312 00:46:33,681 --> 00:46:34,522 - What? 1313 00:46:34,523 --> 00:46:35,639 What is this? 1314 00:46:35,640 --> 00:46:37,324 - I can't make it to the open mic tonight. 1315 00:46:37,325 --> 00:46:39,839 Or, really, any night. 1316 00:46:39,840 --> 00:46:42,519 I have to quit the band. 1317 00:46:42,520 --> 00:46:43,520 - Why? 1318 00:46:44,200 --> 00:46:45,690 What are you talking about? 1319 00:46:45,691 --> 00:46:46,839 - What? 1320 00:46:46,840 --> 00:46:48,126 - I thought it would be really great 1321 00:46:48,127 --> 00:46:49,406 to get to know you guys, 1322 00:46:49,407 --> 00:46:52,439 and for you guys to get to know me. 1323 00:46:52,440 --> 00:46:53,407 You wouldn't think this, 1324 00:46:53,408 --> 00:46:55,084 but aside from Crystal and Cassandra, 1325 00:46:55,085 --> 00:46:57,279 I don't have too many friends. 1326 00:46:57,280 --> 00:46:58,122 - Right. - Really? 1327 00:46:58,123 --> 00:46:59,643 - Yeah, that is surprising. 1328 00:46:59,644 --> 00:47:01,244 - When my parents got divorced, 1329 00:47:01,245 --> 00:47:03,679 it was really hard on me as a kid. 1330 00:47:03,680 --> 00:47:07,439 And I think that's where my sexual addiction started. 1331 00:47:07,440 --> 00:47:08,999 (thoughtful groaning) - Okay. 1332 00:47:09,000 --> 00:47:09,999 - Do you understand what I'm saying? 1333 00:47:10,000 --> 00:47:10,842 (grumbling in understanding) 1334 00:47:10,843 --> 00:47:12,171 So, I'm reliving it. 1335 00:47:12,172 --> 00:47:13,879 Day after day. 1336 00:47:13,880 --> 00:47:16,679 You can't stop fighting. 1337 00:47:16,680 --> 00:47:18,205 I mean, I spent my whole childhood trying 1338 00:47:18,206 --> 00:47:19,802 to save my parents' marriage. 1339 00:47:19,803 --> 00:47:22,963 I don't wanna spend my adulthood trying to save yours. 1340 00:47:22,964 --> 00:47:24,639 I'm really sorry. 1341 00:47:24,640 --> 00:47:26,319 I can't do the show. 1342 00:47:26,320 --> 00:47:27,599 I'm sorry. 1343 00:47:27,600 --> 00:47:31,199 It's gonna be a great show anyway. 1344 00:47:31,200 --> 00:47:32,759 - Is this for real. 1345 00:47:32,760 --> 00:47:34,759 - Dave, these are your sticks. 1346 00:47:34,760 --> 00:47:37,730 (soft guitar music) 1347 00:47:38,680 --> 00:47:39,959 ♫ I feel it 1348 00:47:39,960 --> 00:47:42,406 (harmonizing) 1349 00:47:47,200 --> 00:47:50,359 ♫ It feels so good to be home 1350 00:47:50,360 --> 00:47:51,930 - Fuck man, I cannot believe it. 1351 00:47:51,931 --> 00:47:54,279 - I know, it's so crazy. 1352 00:47:54,280 --> 00:47:55,167 - We need Dave. 1353 00:47:55,168 --> 00:47:56,571 We can't do this. 1354 00:47:57,640 --> 00:47:58,766 - Whoa, tiger. 1355 00:48:00,320 --> 00:48:01,160 Slow down. 1356 00:48:01,161 --> 00:48:02,002 - Ah Shit. 1357 00:48:02,003 --> 00:48:04,364 Grace gave me some sort of muscle relaxants, 1358 00:48:04,365 --> 00:48:05,725 but I don't feel them at all. 1359 00:48:05,726 --> 00:48:07,759 Like, they are not working. 1360 00:48:07,760 --> 00:48:09,760 - Muscle, what are you doing taking muscle relaxants? 1361 00:48:09,761 --> 00:48:11,444 - I don't know. - You barely have any muscles. 1362 00:48:11,445 --> 00:48:12,963 - I needed to calm down. 1363 00:48:12,964 --> 00:48:16,248 - Look, this is just you and me in our garage, jammin'. 1364 00:48:16,249 --> 00:48:17,719 There's no difference. 1365 00:48:17,720 --> 00:48:18,562 I mean, yeah, 1366 00:48:18,563 --> 00:48:21,882 it's room full of young, judgemental 20-somethings, 1367 00:48:21,883 --> 00:48:24,279 staring at our every breath. 1368 00:48:24,280 --> 00:48:27,119 But besides that, it's the same thing. 1369 00:48:27,120 --> 00:48:29,799 - Looks like you two are up. 1370 00:48:29,800 --> 00:48:31,159 - Okay, great. 1371 00:48:31,160 --> 00:48:32,439 Salud. - L'chaim. 1372 00:48:32,440 --> 00:48:35,279 (crowd chattering) 1373 00:48:35,280 --> 00:48:36,483 - Oh my god, I'm gonna hurl. 1374 00:48:36,484 --> 00:48:37,843 - No hurling, no hurling, come on. 1375 00:48:37,844 --> 00:48:38,844 - Hold on. 1376 00:48:39,840 --> 00:48:40,807 - Let's just go up there, 1377 00:48:40,808 --> 00:48:44,566 and show these young fuckin' dickheads what we're made of. 1378 00:48:44,567 --> 00:48:46,799 - (exhales deeply) Okay- 1379 00:48:46,800 --> 00:48:49,963 (ambling guitar music) 1380 00:48:51,280 --> 00:48:52,566 - All right, hi. 1381 00:48:53,960 --> 00:48:54,960 All right. 1382 00:48:56,200 --> 00:48:59,719 One, two, a one, two, three, four. 1383 00:48:59,720 --> 00:49:01,684 - Hold on, I gotta adjust my mic for one second. 1384 00:49:01,685 --> 00:49:03,405 - She's just adjusting her mic, sorry. 1385 00:49:03,406 --> 00:49:04,845 Whoa, what are you doing? 1386 00:49:04,846 --> 00:49:07,639 - I can't, I gotta adjust it. 1387 00:49:07,640 --> 00:49:08,480 - What is wrong with you? 1388 00:49:08,481 --> 00:49:09,322 What's happening? 1389 00:49:09,323 --> 00:49:11,439 - Hold on, I think I just want it out of the stand. 1390 00:49:11,440 --> 00:49:12,280 - You can't have it 1391 00:49:12,281 --> 00:49:13,120 out of the stand. - Yeah, 1392 00:49:13,121 --> 00:49:13,960 'cause I wanna be able to... - How can you play with 1393 00:49:13,961 --> 00:49:15,244 having it out of the stand? - I need to be able to move. 1394 00:49:15,245 --> 00:49:17,083 - You're a bass player, you don't need to move. 1395 00:49:17,084 --> 00:49:19,079 (mic screeching) - Oh god. 1396 00:49:19,080 --> 00:49:19,920 Did that hurt? - Fuck. 1397 00:49:19,921 --> 00:49:20,760 Yes, it hurt. - Are you okay? 1398 00:49:20,761 --> 00:49:22,285 - Yeah, I'm fine, just put it back on and let's... 1399 00:49:22,286 --> 00:49:23,839 - Okay, but hold on. 1400 00:49:23,840 --> 00:49:25,124 But lookit, I wanna do one trick. 1401 00:49:25,125 --> 00:49:26,531 Can you look at the audience? - What sort of trick? 1402 00:49:26,520 --> 00:49:27,487 - Look at the audience for one sec. 1403 00:49:27,488 --> 00:49:29,759 Watch, watch. (imitates thumping) 1404 00:49:29,760 --> 00:49:32,119 - What are you doing? 1405 00:49:32,120 --> 00:49:33,999 Okay, please just. 1406 00:49:34,000 --> 00:49:35,525 - It was like the balls were on your forehead, 1407 00:49:35,526 --> 00:49:36,599 but it was the mic. 1408 00:49:36,600 --> 00:49:37,440 - Are you ready? - Go ahead. 1409 00:49:37,441 --> 00:49:38,851 - Are you ready to play? - Hold on. 1410 00:49:38,852 --> 00:49:39,966 Hold on, yeah. 1411 00:49:41,120 --> 00:49:42,559 - Sorry about that. 1412 00:49:42,560 --> 00:49:44,050 One, two, a one... 1413 00:49:46,480 --> 00:49:47,679 - Oh. 1414 00:49:47,680 --> 00:49:48,680 What? 1415 00:49:49,520 --> 00:49:51,039 Oh. 1416 00:49:51,040 --> 00:49:52,839 Oh! oh! oh, Oh, Oh. 1417 00:49:52,840 --> 00:49:54,839 I can fit this whole thing in my mouth. 1418 00:49:54,840 --> 00:49:55,964 - Do you wanna play the song? 1419 00:49:55,965 --> 00:49:56,802 - Huh? 1420 00:49:56,803 --> 00:49:57,919 Oh, oh, ow. 1421 00:49:57,920 --> 00:49:58,919 - You're embarrassing me. 1422 00:49:58,920 --> 00:49:59,726 - I'm embarrassing you? 1423 00:49:59,727 --> 00:50:00,528 You should be proud. 1424 00:50:00,529 --> 00:50:03,599 That's what every husband wishes their wife would do. 1425 00:50:03,600 --> 00:50:04,408 - Oh my god. 1426 00:50:04,409 --> 00:50:06,162 (laughing softly) (clicking tongue) 1427 00:50:06,163 --> 00:50:08,527 - Who are you winking at? - That was, (laughs) 1428 00:50:08,528 --> 00:50:12,159 that was a click suck joke, guys. (laughs) 1429 00:50:12,160 --> 00:50:13,839 But it's actually not a, 1430 00:50:13,840 --> 00:50:16,446 if you wanna be honest, it's not a talent of mine. 1431 00:50:16,447 --> 00:50:18,999 [Because 1 have severe TM]. 1432 00:50:19,000 --> 00:50:20,126 - [Audience Member] Go home. 1433 00:50:20,127 --> 00:50:21,479 (audience jeering) 1434 00:50:21,480 --> 00:50:24,119 ' (groans) Oh god. 1435 00:50:24,120 --> 00:50:24,928 - I wouldn't stress about it. 1436 00:50:24,929 --> 00:50:27,239 It was just a minor setback. 1437 00:50:27,240 --> 00:50:28,844 - I'm such an idiot. 1438 00:50:30,040 --> 00:50:33,079 Just, the second I decide to commit 1439 00:50:33,080 --> 00:50:34,491 to something I'm passionate about, 1440 00:50:34,492 --> 00:50:37,211 I always seem to just fuck it up. 1441 00:50:41,120 --> 00:50:42,007 - Can you do me a favor, 1442 00:50:42,008 --> 00:50:45,891 and can we not talk about your failed book deal 1443 00:50:47,320 --> 00:50:50,759 while we're dealing with stuff about us? 1444 00:50:50,760 --> 00:50:51,999 - What? 1445 00:50:52,000 --> 00:50:55,759 - Can you not talk about your failed book deal 1446 00:50:55,760 --> 00:50:56,959 when we're dealing with stuff 1447 00:50:56,960 --> 00:50:57,959 that's about us? - What are you talking about? 1448 00:50:57,960 --> 00:50:59,323 I didn't even mention my book deal. 1449 00:50:59,324 --> 00:51:00,160 - Come on. 1450 00:51:00,161 --> 00:51:01,319 That's where you always go. - Jesus. 1451 00:51:01,320 --> 00:51:02,160 What are you... - It doesn't seem... 1452 00:51:02,161 --> 00:51:03,650 - So angry about? - Like an outlandish request. 1453 00:51:03,651 --> 00:51:04,879 It's just seems like 1454 00:51:04,880 --> 00:51:06,403 something totally normal. - Where is this coming from? 1455 00:51:06,404 --> 00:51:07,526 - It's not coming from anywhere. 1456 00:51:07,527 --> 00:51:08,639 I just don't wanna talk 1457 00:51:08,640 --> 00:51:09,801 about the fucking book deal. - Well, I got it. 1458 00:51:09,802 --> 00:51:11,679 You already fucking said that. 1459 00:51:11,680 --> 00:51:12,680 Jesus. 1460 00:51:15,880 --> 00:51:17,799 Fuckin' Aggro Man. 1461 00:51:17,800 --> 00:51:18,961 - You know what. - Mr. Aggro, 1462 00:51:18,962 --> 00:51:20,605 fucking flying in... - We don't... 1463 00:51:20,606 --> 00:51:23,251 - Just ruining relationships. - We don't have to do this 1464 00:51:23,252 --> 00:51:24,799 like this anymore. 1465 00:51:24,800 --> 00:51:26,882 - Do what, what, do what? - Fight like this. 1466 00:51:26,883 --> 00:51:28,609 If we're gonna fight, 1467 00:51:29,960 --> 00:51:32,531 why don't we sing our feelings? 1468 00:51:35,160 --> 00:51:37,279 - I don't know, I'm not singing. 1469 00:51:37,280 --> 00:51:38,086 - Why? - I'm sorry. 1470 00:51:38,087 --> 00:51:39,605 - Don't patronize it. - No, I just can't. 1471 00:51:39,606 --> 00:51:40,965 - It's just, we know what happens 1472 00:51:40,966 --> 00:51:43,361 when we have a regular fight. 1473 00:51:44,320 --> 00:51:45,606 We've done this. 1474 00:51:46,960 --> 00:51:49,799 - I'm not, I'm not doing that though. 1475 00:51:49,800 --> 00:51:50,800 Sorry. 1476 00:51:54,520 --> 00:51:56,602 ♫ Please don't bring up the book deal 1477 00:51:56,603 --> 00:51:58,079 - Oh god. 1478 00:51:58,080 --> 00:52:00,919 ♫ You know this isn't about the book deal 1479 00:52:00,920 --> 00:52:03,039 - Really, why not? 1480 00:52:03,040 --> 00:52:05,439 (scoffs) I mean, it's clearly the cross I bear. 1481 00:52:05,440 --> 00:52:06,564 It's why I'm... - I don't hear anything... 1482 00:52:06,565 --> 00:52:07,639 - So fucking paralyzed. - Unless you sing it. 1483 00:52:07,640 --> 00:52:08,448 You have to sing it. 1484 00:52:08,449 --> 00:52:09,521 - This is so stupid, dude. 1485 00:52:09,522 --> 00:52:10,806 I'm not singing. 1486 00:52:13,120 --> 00:52:15,803 - You hang on to that fuckin' book deal for dear life. 1487 00:52:15,804 --> 00:52:17,564 And you and I both know that that 1488 00:52:17,565 --> 00:52:20,848 is not the thing that is paralyzing you. 1489 00:52:21,960 --> 00:52:23,639 (scoffing) 1490 00:52:23,640 --> 00:52:24,640 - Really? 1491 00:52:25,880 --> 00:52:26,880 Okay, well. 1492 00:52:29,640 --> 00:52:32,159 That was my fault, too, so. 1493 00:52:32,160 --> 00:52:33,160 - Sing it. 1494 00:52:34,280 --> 00:52:36,199 - I'm not singing about that, Ben. 1495 00:52:36,200 --> 00:52:37,040 I don't even wanna talk 1496 00:52:37,041 --> 00:52:37,927 about it. - I don't wanna talk 1497 00:52:37,928 --> 00:52:39,206 about it either. 1498 00:52:42,600 --> 00:52:45,159 You had a miscarriage. 1499 00:52:45,160 --> 00:52:47,891 That does not make you a failure. 1500 00:52:49,200 --> 00:52:52,039 - Does it make me a success? 1501 00:52:52,040 --> 00:52:53,040 - Sing. 1502 00:52:56,000 --> 00:52:57,727 - I'm not singing about it. - Sing about your miscarriage. 1503 00:52:57,728 --> 00:52:58,640 - Is this a joke to you? 1504 00:52:58,641 --> 00:52:59,926 - This is the furthest thing... - Please, I... 1505 00:52:59,927 --> 00:53:02,159 - From a joke to me. 1506 00:53:02,160 --> 00:53:04,891 It's the one thing that we don't talk about. 1507 00:53:04,892 --> 00:53:07,359 And so I don't know how else to... 1508 00:53:07,360 --> 00:53:09,488 (sobbing) 1509 00:53:17,640 --> 00:53:19,290 ♫ I 1510 00:53:20,800 --> 00:53:23,929 ♫ I failed as a woman 1511 00:53:25,880 --> 00:53:29,930 ♫ What happened is totally human 1512 00:53:32,000 --> 00:53:34,128 (sobbing) 1513 00:53:35,160 --> 00:53:37,199 Let's see this through. 1514 00:53:37,200 --> 00:53:38,200 Okay? 1515 00:53:39,400 --> 00:53:41,919 (sniffling) 1516 00:53:41,920 --> 00:53:45,049 You're out of your own way when you're up there. 1517 00:53:45,050 --> 00:53:46,319 It's exciting. 1518 00:53:46,320 --> 00:53:48,402 It's exciting for me to watch you. 1519 00:53:48,403 --> 00:53:51,519 It's exciting for you to do. 1520 00:53:51,520 --> 00:53:53,919 And we have something to share. 1521 00:53:53,920 --> 00:53:55,410 We're doing it together. 1522 00:53:55,411 --> 00:53:58,239 - No, I know, I like that. 1523 00:53:58,240 --> 00:54:00,719 - So, it's a small hiccup. 1524 00:54:00,720 --> 00:54:03,799 We go, we fuck up, we try it again, we learn. 1525 00:54:03,800 --> 00:54:05,245 - Yeah, I know, but I don't like that. 1526 00:54:05,246 --> 00:54:07,039 The middle part, the... 1527 00:54:07,040 --> 00:54:07,880 - It's all part 1528 00:54:07,881 --> 00:54:08,720 of the process. - The fuck up. 1529 00:54:08,721 --> 00:54:09,846 - It's part of the process. - I know. 1530 00:54:09,847 --> 00:54:13,970 But it's just that, the failing makes you a failure. 1531 00:54:15,800 --> 00:54:18,159 - I don't think so. 1532 00:54:18,160 --> 00:54:20,481 Failing makes you an artist. 1533 00:54:24,760 --> 00:54:27,199 (sighing) 1534 00:54:27,200 --> 00:54:28,200 - Okay. 1535 00:54:31,080 --> 00:54:34,759 (doorbell ringing) 1536 00:54:34,760 --> 00:54:35,602 ' [Ben] Hey. 1537 00:54:35,603 --> 00:54:36,759 - [Anna] Hey Dave. 1538 00:54:36,760 --> 00:54:37,760 - Hi guys. 1539 00:54:38,640 --> 00:54:40,369 - Look, we heard everything you said the other night. 1540 00:54:40,370 --> 00:54:43,125 - Yeah, and we're gonna change, we promise. 1541 00:54:43,126 --> 00:54:45,919 - We need you in our band. 1542 00:54:45,920 --> 00:54:47,199 - No more fighting? 1543 00:54:47,200 --> 00:54:48,040 - [Anna] No more fighting. 1544 00:54:48,041 --> 00:54:49,007 - Except in our songs. 1545 00:54:49,008 --> 00:54:50,044 - Which are all fights. 1546 00:54:50,045 --> 00:54:51,639 - To avoid really fighting. - Yeah. 1547 00:54:51,640 --> 00:54:52,924 - Do I still have to dress like a baby? 1548 00:54:52,925 --> 00:54:53,762 - No. - No. 1549 00:54:53,763 --> 00:54:54,883 - No, in fact, I actually, 1550 00:54:54,884 --> 00:54:56,359 I think this look works. - Yeah. 1551 00:54:56,360 --> 00:54:57,200 - You like this? 1552 00:54:57,201 --> 00:54:58,087 - I love this. - Yeah. 1553 00:54:58,088 --> 00:54:59,764 - I don't know what, where it came from. 1554 00:54:59,765 --> 00:55:02,519 But it's great. - It's just my cozies. 1555 00:55:02,520 --> 00:55:03,839 - Like... 1556 00:55:03,840 --> 00:55:05,879 - That's so interesting. - They're like pajamas? 1557 00:55:05,880 --> 00:55:06,722 - [Dave] Yeah. 1558 00:55:06,723 --> 00:55:09,199 - That's very interesting. - Very interesting. 1559 00:55:09,200 --> 00:55:10,799 - Thanks. 1560 00:55:10,800 --> 00:55:14,079 Well, I'm ready to gig if you guys are. 1561 00:55:14,080 --> 00:55:15,199 - So are we. - Let's do it. 1562 00:55:15,200 --> 00:55:16,200 - Okay. 1563 00:55:18,320 --> 00:55:19,479 Oh. 1564 00:55:19,480 --> 00:55:20,970 What is the order? 1565 00:55:22,160 --> 00:55:23,366 - It's just, I think it's just a celebration. 1566 00:55:23,367 --> 00:55:24,883 - Okay, cool. - All right. 1567 00:55:24,884 --> 00:55:26,211 One more thing. - Yeah. 1568 00:55:26,212 --> 00:55:30,399 - If we're gonna be a real band, we need a band name. 1569 00:55:30,400 --> 00:55:34,399 (discordant guitar notes) (crowd chattering softly) 1570 00:55:34,400 --> 00:55:35,367 - [Man] A little of this. 1571 00:55:35,368 --> 00:55:39,524 (crowd chattering softly) (light drumming) 1572 00:55:40,680 --> 00:55:43,047 - Hi, we're The Dirty Dishes. 1573 00:55:46,720 --> 00:55:48,722 (drum sticks tapping) - One, two, three, four. 1574 00:55:48,723 --> 00:55:51,803 (upbeat folksy music) 1575 00:55:58,400 --> 00:56:01,483 (feedback screeching) 1576 00:56:04,080 --> 00:56:07,479 ♫ Please do not ask me if you've gained weight 1577 00:56:07,480 --> 00:56:11,199 ♫ Especially when we're goin' out on a date 1578 00:56:11,200 --> 00:56:15,079 ♫ I have no idea if you've gained a pound of two 1579 00:56:15,080 --> 00:56:19,319 ♫ And even if I did I would not tell you 1580 00:56:19,320 --> 00:56:22,483 (upbeat folksy music) 1581 00:56:27,440 --> 00:56:29,044 ♫ I 1582 00:56:31,400 --> 00:56:32,526 - That's okay. 1583 00:56:34,600 --> 00:56:36,599 ♫ I hate my body 1584 00:56:36,600 --> 00:56:38,648 ♫ That's obvious 'cause I'm a woman 1585 00:56:38,649 --> 00:56:40,519 ♫ I'm also always hungry 1586 00:56:40,520 --> 00:56:42,522 ♫ Did I mention that I'm a woman 1587 00:56:42,523 --> 00:56:46,119 ♫ Eating is my only source of true happiness 1588 00:56:46,120 --> 00:56:48,282 ♫ Pardon me if I wanna kill myself 1589 00:56:48,283 --> 00:56:53,199 ♫ When I don't fit in my dress ♫ You want me to lie, lie, lie 1590 00:56:53,200 --> 00:56:57,079 ♫ You want me to lie, lie, lie 1591 00:56:57,080 --> 00:57:00,719 ♫ I want to eat pie, pie, pie 1592 00:57:00,720 --> 00:57:04,850 ♫ But just look at my thighs, thighs, thighs 1593 00:57:05,840 --> 00:57:07,399 ♫ Love 1594 00:57:07,400 --> 00:57:09,050 ♫ Is love 1595 00:57:11,000 --> 00:57:13,002 ♫ Is love 1596 00:57:14,760 --> 00:57:16,679 ♫ Is love 1597 00:57:16,680 --> 00:57:18,887 ♫ Is lying 1598 00:57:23,720 --> 00:57:26,610 ♫ Oh love and lies 1599 00:57:28,560 --> 00:57:31,689 (upbeat folksy music) 1600 00:57:32,680 --> 00:57:35,763 (dramatic drum solo) 1601 00:57:57,520 --> 00:58:01,650 (audience cheering) (audience applauding) 1602 00:58:11,920 --> 00:58:15,049 (upbeat folksy music) 1603 00:58:20,840 --> 00:58:22,683 (audience applauding) (audience cheering) 1604 00:58:22,684 --> 00:58:23,719 - Thank you. 1605 00:58:23,720 --> 00:58:27,850 (audience applauding) (audience cheering) 1606 00:58:29,120 --> 00:58:32,799 (faint upbeat music) (crowd chattering softly) 1607 00:58:32,800 --> 00:58:34,039 Do you like my jacket? 1608 00:58:34,040 --> 00:58:35,159 - I love it. 1609 00:58:35,160 --> 00:58:36,241 - I got it at Party City. 1610 00:58:36,242 --> 00:58:37,890 - No, you didn't. (laughs) - Yes, I did. 1611 00:58:37,880 --> 00:58:38,847 - They don't have clothing. - Hey. 1612 00:58:38,848 --> 00:58:41,359 So listen, I talked to Crystal Vichycoisse. 1613 00:58:41,360 --> 00:58:42,200 - Yeah. 1614 00:58:42,201 --> 00:58:43,040 - And she had a pretty rough night. 1615 00:58:43,041 --> 00:58:43,846 - Oh. 1616 00:58:43,847 --> 00:58:44,682 - She acted out. 1617 00:58:44,683 --> 00:58:47,119 She ended up having compulsive sex with this 37-year-old. 1618 00:58:47,120 --> 00:58:47,962 - Oh no. 1619 00:58:47,963 --> 00:58:49,439 Is his age the problem or is it, 1620 00:58:49,440 --> 00:58:50,327 no, it's the... - It's this compulsion. 1621 00:58:50,328 --> 00:58:51,479 She can't help it. - Right. 1622 00:58:51,480 --> 00:58:52,322 - She can't help it. 1623 00:58:52,323 --> 00:58:53,639 - Right, she relapsed. 1624 00:58:53,640 --> 00:58:55,210 - I mean, I don't even know what they see in her. 1625 00:58:55,211 --> 00:58:57,839 You know, I mean, she's just so unappealing, you know, 1626 00:58:57,840 --> 00:58:59,444 in the face, and the body, and everything. 1627 00:58:59,445 --> 00:59:00,766 It must be her sense of humor. 1628 00:59:00,767 --> 00:59:03,239 Anyway, this guy works for a record label. 1629 00:59:03,240 --> 00:59:04,080 - Mm-hmm. - Uh-huh. 1630 00:59:04,081 --> 00:59:05,241 - And she brought him to the show last night. 1631 00:59:05,242 --> 00:59:06,999 - Shut up. - That's awesome. 1632 00:59:07,000 --> 00:59:07,965 - Are you being for real? 1633 00:59:07,966 --> 00:59:08,802 - Yeah, and he really liked it. 1634 00:59:08,803 --> 00:59:10,599 - Wow. (giddy laughing) 1635 00:59:10,600 --> 00:59:12,090 - Yeah, he was really into it. 1636 00:59:12,091 --> 00:59:13,639 - Dave, that's 1637 00:59:13,640 --> 00:59:16,039 insane. - That's awesome. 1638 00:59:16,040 --> 00:59:18,759 - You look fuckin' hot. 1639 00:59:18,760 --> 00:59:19,600 - What? 1640 00:59:19,601 --> 00:59:20,485 - Yeah. 1641 00:59:20,486 --> 00:59:21,288 - [Anna] Whoa. 1642 00:59:21,289 --> 00:59:24,239 - Like, if I didn't know you, I'd wanna get to know you. 1643 00:59:24,240 --> 00:59:25,080 - Who are you? 1644 00:59:25,081 --> 00:59:26,809 Like, how are we gonna keep writing fight songs 1645 00:59:26,810 --> 00:59:29,485 if we never fight about anything anymore? 1646 00:59:29,486 --> 00:59:32,079 - Well, we could write love songs. 1647 00:59:32,080 --> 00:59:34,606 (quirky music) 1648 00:59:36,000 --> 00:59:36,840 - Yeah, no. 1649 00:59:36,841 --> 00:59:37,646 Let's skip that part. - It just seems weird. 1650 00:59:37,647 --> 00:59:38,480 Yeah. 1651 00:59:38,481 --> 00:59:39,320 As soon as I said it... - Yeah. 1652 00:59:39,321 --> 00:59:40,287 - I was like, that is a bad idea. 1653 00:59:40,288 --> 00:59:43,006 - Yeah, can we just, I feel like we gotta get, 1654 00:59:43,007 --> 00:59:44,805 just for our creative process, just, 1655 00:59:44,806 --> 00:59:47,319 can you be a little bit more of a dick to me this morning? 1656 00:59:47,320 --> 00:59:48,559 - Okay, you want me to leave the room 1657 00:59:48,560 --> 00:59:50,050 and come back as a dickhead? 1658 00:59:50,051 --> 00:59:51,639 - Yeah. - Yep, okay. 1659 00:59:51,640 --> 00:59:52,679 - Okay, you ready'? 1660 00:59:52,680 --> 00:59:53,520 You're gonna go 1661 00:59:53,521 --> 00:59:54,405 on your own action. - Comin' in hot. 1662 00:59:54,406 --> 00:59:55,160 ' [Anna] Okay. 1663 00:59:55,161 --> 00:59:56,207 - Have you seen my sneakers? 1664 00:59:56,208 --> 00:59:59,079 (sighing) 1665 00:59:59,080 --> 01:00:00,241 - What do you think? 1666 01:00:00,242 --> 01:00:01,765 - About what, my sneakers? 1667 01:00:01,766 --> 01:00:03,199 I can't find 'em. 1668 01:00:03,200 --> 01:00:05,168 - Do you like my outfit? 1669 01:00:06,600 --> 01:00:08,759 - Is this the only option? 1670 01:00:08,760 --> 01:00:11,159 (playful music) 1671 01:00:11,160 --> 01:00:12,639 - Wow. 1672 01:00:12,640 --> 01:00:13,959 That's like Brando or somethin'. 1673 01:00:13,960 --> 01:00:15,244 - Was that good? - That's fuckin' insane 1674 01:00:15,245 --> 01:00:16,205 that you can go... - We're in a fight now, 1675 01:00:16,206 --> 01:00:17,087 right? - Yeah, oh yeah. 1676 01:00:17,088 --> 01:00:18,491 We're certainly in a fight. 1677 01:00:18,492 --> 01:00:22,399 - (chuckles) Right? - (laughs) Yeah, yeah. 1678 01:00:22,400 --> 01:00:23,242 I love you. 1679 01:00:23,243 --> 01:00:24,730 - I love you, too. 1680 01:00:25,640 --> 01:00:26,766 - Oh my god, how long has it been 1681 01:00:26,767 --> 01:00:28,410 since we've had a date night? 1682 01:00:28,411 --> 01:00:30,279 - I don't know, never? 1683 01:00:30,280 --> 01:00:32,085 - Also, I can't believe that this label dude 1684 01:00:32,086 --> 01:00:33,161 is interested in us. 1685 01:00:33,162 --> 01:00:34,805 - Hold on, being interested in something 1686 01:00:34,806 --> 01:00:36,679 is different than being, you know, 1687 01:00:36,680 --> 01:00:38,409 committed to something. - I know, it was just, 1688 01:00:38,410 --> 01:00:39,481 that's so exciting, 1689 01:00:39,482 --> 01:00:42,599 like things are finally happening for us. 1690 01:00:42,600 --> 01:00:43,600 - TO US. 1691 01:00:47,400 --> 01:00:51,121 - Hey, maybe let's celebrate a different way. 1692 01:00:52,520 --> 01:00:53,362 I don't know, 1693 01:00:53,363 --> 01:00:56,489 I just feel like being present for this right now. 1694 01:00:56,490 --> 01:00:59,999 - Yeah, no, I wanna be present, too. 1695 01:01:00,000 --> 01:01:01,161 I don't, we don't need... 1696 01:01:01,162 --> 01:01:02,879 - Yeah. - To smoke to celebrate. 1697 01:01:02,880 --> 01:01:03,880 - Okay. 1698 01:01:04,840 --> 01:01:08,367 (sweet lighthearted music) 1699 01:01:17,720 --> 01:01:19,399 How's your day going? 1700 01:01:19,400 --> 01:01:22,927 (sweet lighthearted music) 1701 01:01:43,400 --> 01:01:46,882 (crowd chattering softly) 1702 01:01:48,360 --> 01:01:50,839 - [Man] You know when you meet people, and you're like, oh. 1703 01:01:50,840 --> 01:01:54,287 (crowd chattering softly) 1704 01:01:58,360 --> 01:02:00,727 - [Grace] I have never seen you two like this. 1705 01:02:00,728 --> 01:02:02,799 - I know. (laughs) 1706 01:02:02,800 --> 01:02:04,439 It's so awesome. 1707 01:02:04,440 --> 01:02:05,282 - I'm so happy for you. 1708 01:02:05,283 --> 01:02:06,599 - Thank you. 1709 01:02:06,600 --> 01:02:07,487 - It's amazing. 1710 01:02:07,488 --> 01:02:09,959 - Okay, I think that's everything. 1711 01:02:09,960 --> 01:02:14,799 - Oh, babe, could you just grab the spoons for dessert? 1712 01:02:14,800 --> 01:02:16,079 - What? 1713 01:02:16,080 --> 01:02:18,879 - The dessert spoons, honey. 1714 01:02:18,880 --> 01:02:20,445 - Right, yeah. - For dessert, yeah. 1715 01:02:20,446 --> 01:02:22,042 There you go. - Okay, right, okay. 1716 01:02:22,043 --> 01:02:23,246 - All right, thank you. 1717 01:02:23,247 --> 01:02:24,399 All right. 1718 01:02:24,400 --> 01:02:25,959 Love you. 1719 01:02:25,960 --> 01:02:28,679 - So, what happens when they go away like that? 1720 01:02:28,680 --> 01:02:29,884 - I'm not sure. - Where do they go? 1721 01:02:29,885 --> 01:02:30,720 - I don't know, 1722 01:02:30,721 --> 01:02:32,404 but sometimes I wish he would just stay there longer. 1723 01:02:32,405 --> 01:02:34,039 You know, it gives me a break, too. 1724 01:02:34,040 --> 01:02:34,880 Can you... - I feel bad. 1725 01:02:34,881 --> 01:02:35,720 Tell me what else to do. - No, no, no. 1726 01:02:35,721 --> 01:02:36,799 Just go sit down. - Are you sure? 1727 01:02:36,800 --> 01:02:37,642 - Yes, please. - Okay. 1728 01:02:37,643 --> 01:02:39,404 - Please, go sit down. 1729 01:02:43,640 --> 01:02:46,723 (gentle guitar music) 1730 01:03:00,160 --> 01:03:02,399 (inhaling deeply) 1731 01:03:02,400 --> 01:03:04,528 (sighing) 1732 01:03:21,760 --> 01:03:24,519 (soft signing) 1733 01:03:24,520 --> 01:03:25,520 - Yes. 1734 01:03:26,640 --> 01:03:28,519 Take those off. 1735 01:03:28,520 --> 01:03:31,046 (soft moaning) 1736 01:03:37,640 --> 01:03:38,846 Come inside me. 1737 01:03:40,840 --> 01:03:41,762 - What? 1738 01:03:41,763 --> 01:03:44,199 - Don't pull out this time. 1739 01:03:44,200 --> 01:03:45,200 I'm ready. 1740 01:03:46,000 --> 01:03:46,842 I'm ready to try again. 1741 01:03:46,843 --> 01:03:48,251 - That's like a bigger, 1742 01:03:48,252 --> 01:03:50,129 that's like a bigger... 1743 01:03:51,400 --> 01:03:52,731 That's like, um. 1744 01:03:54,240 --> 01:03:55,205 - What? 1745 01:03:55,206 --> 01:03:56,122 (sighing) 1746 01:03:56,123 --> 01:03:57,239 What's wrong? 1747 01:03:57,240 --> 01:04:00,439 - [Ben] Nothing, it's just, that's like a, 1748 01:04:00,440 --> 01:04:03,046 you know, a bigger conversation. 1749 01:04:05,800 --> 01:04:06,642 - Okay. 1750 01:04:06,643 --> 01:04:08,529 I mean, I just thought, 1751 01:04:09,640 --> 01:04:11,244 what are we... - Yeah, I know, it's just... 1752 01:04:11,245 --> 01:04:13,759 - What are we waiting for at this point? 1753 01:04:13,760 --> 01:04:14,759 - You're the one that didn't wanna. 1754 01:04:14,760 --> 01:04:15,966 - I know, but that's what I'm saying. 1755 01:04:15,967 --> 01:04:19,839 I'm saying that now I feel ready, finally. 1756 01:04:19,840 --> 01:04:24,004 And, you know, I feel happy for the first time in so long. 1757 01:04:24,960 --> 01:04:26,119 You feel happy. 1758 01:04:26,120 --> 01:04:28,119 Look what's happening for us. 1759 01:04:28,120 --> 01:04:30,084 Like, we could get a record deal. 1760 01:04:30,085 --> 01:04:31,366 You know? (groaning) 1761 01:04:31,367 --> 01:04:35,160 It's awesome. (laughs softly) 1762 01:04:37,800 --> 01:04:38,800 What? 1763 01:04:46,240 --> 01:04:49,879 - (scoffs) We're not getting a record deal. 1764 01:04:49,880 --> 01:04:51,689 - You don't know that. 1765 01:04:58,720 --> 01:05:00,839 - [Ben] Oh shit. 1766 01:05:00,840 --> 01:05:01,840 - What? 1767 01:05:02,640 --> 01:05:05,359 - What do you mean, what? 1768 01:05:05,360 --> 01:05:06,360 I knew it. 1769 01:05:07,080 --> 01:05:09,519 I knew exactly how this was gonna go. 1770 01:05:09,520 --> 01:05:10,360 Because I know the way 1771 01:05:10,361 --> 01:05:11,599 that you looked at everything. - Jesus, Ben. 1772 01:05:11,600 --> 01:05:14,326 What is wrong with the way that I looked at everything? 1773 01:05:14,327 --> 01:05:15,922 - Like it's some fuckin' life raft. 1774 01:05:15,923 --> 01:05:19,204 - Well, what we're doing is finally making us happy. 1775 01:05:19,205 --> 01:05:21,521 - I've been happy. - Oh please, Ben. 1776 01:05:21,522 --> 01:05:23,325 - You've been in some dark depression. 1777 01:05:23,326 --> 01:05:24,924 - You've always been happy? 1778 01:05:24,925 --> 01:05:26,888 Give me a fucking break. 1779 01:05:27,960 --> 01:05:30,879 You were so checked out for so long. 1780 01:05:30,880 --> 01:05:32,689 You are like, you lie. 1781 01:05:34,520 --> 01:05:36,839 Fucking, is that happy? 1782 01:05:36,840 --> 01:05:39,922 - You think you're like a piece of fuckin' cake? 1783 01:05:39,923 --> 01:05:41,285 - I don't wanna do this. 1784 01:05:41,286 --> 01:05:44,279 - Do you know what it's been like since, 1785 01:05:44,280 --> 01:05:48,410 I mean, since we lost the baby, you've been a mess. 1786 01:05:49,720 --> 01:05:53,164 And I just keep putting up with it because, I don't know, 1787 01:05:53,165 --> 01:05:55,731 I hope one day the old you will come back. 1788 01:05:55,732 --> 01:05:57,165 - The old me, Ben? 1789 01:05:58,160 --> 01:06:00,731 The old me was young and naive. 1790 01:06:01,960 --> 01:06:02,961 - The old you was happy. 1791 01:06:02,962 --> 01:06:03,999 - [Anna] I am happy. 1792 01:06:04,000 --> 01:06:04,842 - You're weeping. 1793 01:06:04,843 --> 01:06:07,639 - I'm fucking heartbroken. 1794 01:06:07,640 --> 01:06:11,039 Am I not allowed to have feelings? 1795 01:06:11,040 --> 01:06:13,646 - [Ben] It's just, it's too, it's crazy. 1796 01:06:13,647 --> 01:06:14,926 - What is crazy? 1797 01:06:16,720 --> 01:06:17,839 Fuck. 1798 01:06:17,840 --> 01:06:19,283 Don't fucking walk away from me 1799 01:06:19,284 --> 01:06:20,805 in the middle of a fucking talk. 1800 01:06:20,806 --> 01:06:22,959 What is so crazy? 1801 01:06:22,960 --> 01:06:25,403 - How do you decide which feeling you're gonna go with 1802 01:06:25,404 --> 01:06:27,439 when they're so close together, 1803 01:06:27,440 --> 01:06:28,519 all these feelings... - So fucking 1804 01:06:28,520 --> 01:06:29,519 passive-aggressive. - That it must be 1805 01:06:29,520 --> 01:06:30,644 really difficult... - You know what, Ben. 1806 01:06:30,645 --> 01:06:31,560 - To decide, no, this is... - Maybe... 1807 01:06:31,561 --> 01:06:32,641 - What I'm feeling right now. - I'm having feelings 1808 01:06:32,642 --> 01:06:37,039 for the both of us, since you don't seem to have any! 1809 01:06:37,040 --> 01:06:38,371 Like, where are you? 1810 01:06:38,372 --> 01:06:41,599 You haven't cried once since our miscarriage. 1811 01:06:41,600 --> 01:06:45,002 You haven't fucking felt anything with me. 1812 01:06:46,720 --> 01:06:48,085 - I know how to handle my feelings. 1813 01:06:48,086 --> 01:06:50,559 - Oh, you mean just bury them and let them fester? 1814 01:06:50,560 --> 01:06:51,839 - It's called being realistic. 1815 01:06:51,840 --> 01:06:52,840 - Realistic? 1816 01:06:54,520 --> 01:06:57,283 You just live in this fuckin' state of denial. 1817 01:06:57,284 --> 01:06:59,719 So yeah, okay, maybe that's realistic for you. 1818 01:06:59,720 --> 01:07:00,687 But to the rest of the world, 1819 01:07:00,688 --> 01:07:03,246 it just looks like you're constantly refusing to deal. 1820 01:07:03,247 --> 01:07:05,806 - No, it looks like there goes a person 1821 01:07:05,807 --> 01:07:08,724 who knows how to be appropriate with their emotions. 1822 01:07:08,725 --> 01:07:11,679 Not what you've become, which is some, 1823 01:07:11,680 --> 01:07:15,844 honestly, sad, sniveling, whining excuse for a woman. 1824 01:07:21,560 --> 01:07:23,159 - [Anna] What is wrong with you? 1825 01:07:23,160 --> 01:07:24,160 - I'm sorry. 1826 01:07:25,320 --> 01:07:28,482 It's, this is why I didn't wanna tell you tonight. 1827 01:07:28,483 --> 01:07:30,199 Because I knew that it would be the end. 1828 01:07:30,200 --> 01:07:31,087 - The end of what? 1829 01:07:31,088 --> 01:07:32,999 - The end of your freedom. 1830 01:07:33,000 --> 01:07:36,319 Because for the last I don't know how long, 1831 01:07:36,320 --> 01:07:37,890 you've seemed freedomy for the first time 1832 01:07:37,891 --> 01:07:39,639 in a long time. - I do, I feel that, too. 1833 01:07:39,640 --> 01:07:40,924 - That's such bullshit. - I feel free. 1834 01:07:40,925 --> 01:07:42,363 It's not bullshit. - That is bullshit, Anna. 1835 01:07:42,364 --> 01:07:43,930 Because you think this is about a record deal? 1836 01:07:43,931 --> 01:07:48,639 Did you really think we were gonna get a record deal? 1837 01:07:48,640 --> 01:07:50,688 This is about you and me. 1838 01:07:52,920 --> 01:07:54,319 - I know. 1839 01:07:54,320 --> 01:07:55,320 - Do you? 1840 01:07:57,440 --> 01:07:59,442 Because all that I see from here 1841 01:07:59,443 --> 01:08:03,319 is someone who has been walking a tightrope. 1842 01:08:03,320 --> 01:08:07,879 And I've never seen a tightrope walker more excited to fall. 1843 01:08:07,880 --> 01:08:09,003 It makes no sense to me. 1844 01:08:09,004 --> 01:08:11,199 - I can feel myself changing, Ben. 1845 01:08:11,200 --> 01:08:12,531 - Oh, that is so crazy... - I know that 1846 01:08:12,520 --> 01:08:13,407 about myself. - For you to say. 1847 01:08:13,408 --> 01:08:15,559 It's like, you hate change. 1848 01:08:15,560 --> 01:08:17,560 Every time someone brings up change, you shut down. 1849 01:08:17,561 --> 01:08:18,402 - Oh please. 1850 01:08:18,403 --> 01:08:20,002 That's classic coming from the guy 1851 01:08:20,003 --> 01:08:22,443 who sits in his fucking underwear all day, 1852 01:08:22,444 --> 01:08:24,919 just creating corporate bullshit for a paycheck. 1853 01:08:24,920 --> 01:08:27,479 Like, where's the old you? 1854 01:08:27,480 --> 01:08:29,359 Where's the fuckin' old you, 1855 01:08:29,360 --> 01:08:33,119 who used to make shit that meant something? 1856 01:08:33,120 --> 01:08:34,479 - I am trying. 1857 01:08:34,480 --> 01:08:37,239 I am trying. - Define trying. 1858 01:08:37,240 --> 01:08:40,319 I mean, you can't keep a job for more than three months. 1859 01:08:40,320 --> 01:08:41,207 - People don't get me. 1860 01:08:41,208 --> 01:08:42,281 - Oh please, Ben. 1861 01:08:42,282 --> 01:08:46,319 This emo teenager shit is so fucking tired. 1862 01:08:46,320 --> 01:08:49,684 You know what, I think the thing is everyone gets you, 1863 01:08:49,685 --> 01:08:51,682 and that's the fuckin' problem. 1864 01:08:51,683 --> 01:08:54,959 - Anna, you're an Uber driver. 1865 01:08:54,960 --> 01:08:58,760 You're an Uber driver with a failed book deal. 1866 01:09:00,800 --> 01:09:02,559 We're fuckin' losers. 1867 01:09:02,560 --> 01:09:04,961 I don't know if you think there's some kind of magical thing 1868 01:09:04,962 --> 01:09:07,725 that's gonna come and change that for you. 1869 01:09:07,726 --> 01:09:09,599 But this is it. 1870 01:09:09,600 --> 01:09:11,170 This is fuckin' it. 1871 01:09:16,880 --> 01:09:17,688 - If we had been able 1872 01:09:17,689 --> 01:09:20,039 to have a baby. - Don't. 1873 01:09:20,040 --> 01:09:21,999 - If we had had that baby. 1874 01:09:22,000 --> 01:09:25,129 - Not having that baby was a blessing. 1875 01:09:29,200 --> 01:09:31,248 - How could you say that? 1876 01:09:34,520 --> 01:09:36,124 I want you to leave. 1877 01:09:37,880 --> 01:09:38,880 - Fuck. 1878 01:09:40,800 --> 01:09:43,280 - And don't fuckin' come back. 1879 01:09:55,280 --> 01:09:58,841 (soft heartbreaking music) 1880 01:10:13,960 --> 01:10:15,239 (door slamming) 1881 01:10:15,240 --> 01:10:17,811 Dammit. (sobs) 1882 01:10:24,080 --> 01:10:26,321 (knocking) 1883 01:10:34,320 --> 01:10:35,320 - Hey Dave. 1884 01:10:36,560 --> 01:10:37,607 - [Dave] Hey. 1885 01:10:38,640 --> 01:10:42,281 - Do you think I could spend the night here? 1886 01:10:43,680 --> 01:10:45,762 - Yeah, yeah, come on in. 1887 01:10:47,520 --> 01:10:48,760 - [Ben] Thanks. 1888 01:10:51,200 --> 01:10:54,329 (soft jangling music) 1889 01:11:07,080 --> 01:11:09,162 - Good morning, Benjamin. 1890 01:11:10,480 --> 01:11:12,209 - Good morning, Dave. 1891 01:11:18,320 --> 01:11:19,479 Good morning. 1892 01:11:19,480 --> 01:11:20,367 - Hello. 1893 01:11:20,368 --> 01:11:21,639 - Hi. 1894 01:11:21,640 --> 01:11:24,399 - This is called snuggle therapy. 1895 01:11:24,400 --> 01:11:26,959 The human touch is very healing. 1896 01:11:26,960 --> 01:11:28,405 - Well, thank you. 1897 01:11:31,520 --> 01:11:33,963 - I used to practice snuggling with my parents 1898 01:11:33,964 --> 01:11:35,722 in the aftermath of their divorce. 1899 01:11:35,723 --> 01:11:39,247 Now, the patient's instinct is to fight the snuggle. 1900 01:11:39,248 --> 01:11:44,159 And I assure you, Benjamin, a snuggle ought not be fought. 1901 01:11:44,160 --> 01:11:45,799 - Give snuggles a shot. 1902 01:11:45,800 --> 01:11:47,959 - I do, my phone is ringing, 1903 01:11:47,960 --> 01:11:49,644 so I do have to get it. - I'll get it. 1904 01:11:49,645 --> 01:11:51,599 - No, it might be Anna. 1905 01:11:51,600 --> 01:11:56,199 And I have kind of tight pockets in these pants. 1906 01:11:56,200 --> 01:11:58,009 I'm just gonna get up. 1907 01:12:02,520 --> 01:12:03,360 Hi mom. 1908 01:12:03,361 --> 01:12:04,407 - [Mom] Will you get your ass over here 1909 01:12:04,408 --> 01:12:05,923 so I can take care of you, please. 1910 01:12:05,924 --> 01:12:07,206 - [Ben] Okay, all right. 1911 01:12:07,207 --> 01:12:09,009 I'll be over in a bit. 1912 01:12:10,360 --> 01:12:13,879 - Mother love is the deepest love of all, isn't it? 1913 01:12:13,880 --> 01:12:14,880 - Yeah. 1914 01:12:17,120 --> 01:12:20,159 (television droning faintly) 1915 01:12:20,160 --> 01:12:22,891 (water dripping) 1916 01:12:36,160 --> 01:12:39,559 (dripping grows louder) 1917 01:12:39,560 --> 01:12:42,609 (soft hopeful music) 1918 01:13:41,560 --> 01:13:43,688 (sighing) 1919 01:14:25,320 --> 01:14:26,526 - I know I'm not perfect. 1920 01:14:26,527 --> 01:14:30,719 But it's like, she's just moody, demanding. 1921 01:14:30,720 --> 01:14:33,007 Obsessive and hypercritical. 1922 01:14:33,920 --> 01:14:35,719 - That sounds about right. 1923 01:14:35,720 --> 01:14:38,371 ' (sighs) Yeah. 1924 01:14:39,320 --> 01:14:42,529 About a year ago, we had a miscarriage. 1925 01:14:43,920 --> 01:14:45,479 - What? 1926 01:14:45,480 --> 01:14:47,799 Oh honey, I'm so sorry. 1927 01:14:47,800 --> 01:14:50,406 - And I don't know, I feel like it's just, 1928 01:14:50,407 --> 01:14:53,290 maybe we're just too broken to fix. 1929 01:14:55,440 --> 01:14:59,525 - You know I had two miscarriages before you were born? 1930 01:15:00,520 --> 01:15:01,681 - No, I did not know that. 1931 01:15:01,682 --> 01:15:03,648 - Yeah, it was horrible. 1932 01:15:04,720 --> 01:15:05,839 Really bad. 1933 01:15:05,840 --> 01:15:08,207 I mean, I thought I was never gonna be able to have kids. 1934 01:15:08,208 --> 01:15:09,799 And (groans). 1935 01:15:09,800 --> 01:15:10,881 And then, of course, you know, 1936 01:15:10,882 --> 01:15:15,359 the second your dad and I stopped trying, we had you. 1937 01:15:15,360 --> 01:15:17,559 - Well, how did you guys get through it? 1938 01:15:17,560 --> 01:15:18,402 - We fought. 1939 01:15:18,403 --> 01:15:20,399 We fought like crazy, like cats and dogs. 1940 01:15:20,400 --> 01:15:21,322 For years. 1941 01:15:21,323 --> 01:15:22,879 Couples fight, what can I tell you? 1942 01:15:22,880 --> 01:15:24,370 You guys have been together for so long, 1943 01:15:24,371 --> 01:15:25,686 it's almost impossible not to. 1944 01:15:25,687 --> 01:15:27,489 - No, we really fight. - Yeah. 1945 01:15:27,490 --> 01:15:29,289 - And about dumb shit. 1946 01:15:30,760 --> 01:15:31,682 It's exhausting. 1947 01:15:31,683 --> 01:15:32,920 - Yeah, I know. 1948 01:15:34,160 --> 01:15:35,359 You know what? 1949 01:15:35,360 --> 01:15:38,250 Let me give you a little bit of advice about women. 1950 01:15:38,251 --> 01:15:39,879 All right? 1951 01:15:39,880 --> 01:15:42,690 And I know what I'm talking about. 1952 01:15:43,840 --> 01:15:45,719 Okay, so, hormonally, 1953 01:15:45,720 --> 01:15:48,243 we are just completely different creatures. 1954 01:15:48,244 --> 01:15:50,806 We might as well be completely different species. 1955 01:15:50,807 --> 01:15:53,451 You see us as overly emotional, and that's true. 1956 01:15:53,452 --> 01:15:57,570 We're constantly juggling a lot of feeling and anxieties. 1957 01:15:59,120 --> 01:16:03,999 We have difficulty separating ourselves from our problems. 1958 01:16:04,000 --> 01:16:04,842 Do you understand? 1959 01:16:04,843 --> 01:16:07,889 Like we're constantly looking for the connective tissue 1960 01:16:07,890 --> 01:16:10,839 to find a solution, we obsess. 1961 01:16:10,840 --> 01:16:13,039 (soft poignant music) 1962 01:16:13,040 --> 01:16:15,599 We search for emotional cues 1963 01:16:15,600 --> 01:16:20,239 so that we could figure out the meaning behind the unspoken. 1964 01:16:20,240 --> 01:16:22,288 It's not pretty in there. 1965 01:16:25,000 --> 01:16:29,199 Problem is, we expect you to be the same. 1966 01:16:29,200 --> 01:16:33,319 Now, you, you could take pleasure in simple things, right? 1967 01:16:33,320 --> 01:16:35,639 A basketball game, a video game. 1968 01:16:35,640 --> 01:16:37,559 Really, games of any kind. 1969 01:16:37,560 --> 01:16:38,527 - That's true. 1970 01:16:38,528 --> 01:16:43,159 - And this ability to have these simple pleasures, 1971 01:16:43,160 --> 01:16:45,527 it allows you to compartmentalize your feelings 1972 01:16:45,528 --> 01:16:47,279 in a very different way. 1973 01:16:47,280 --> 01:16:50,759 You could do what women only dream of doing. 1974 01:16:50,760 --> 01:16:53,319 You could shut your mind off. 1975 01:16:53,320 --> 01:16:54,651 And when your minds are turned off, 1976 01:16:54,652 --> 01:16:56,003 you forget to do things, right? 1977 01:16:56,004 --> 01:16:57,725 You forget to do the dishes. 1978 01:16:57,726 --> 01:17:00,525 You forget to answer a question when we ask it. 1979 01:17:00,526 --> 01:17:02,519 - Anna calls it the 30 second delay. 1980 01:17:02,520 --> 01:17:03,362 - Uh-huh. 1981 01:17:03,363 --> 01:17:05,681 And then we come at you harder and stronger, 1982 01:17:05,682 --> 01:17:07,967 'cause we want your respect and attention. 1983 01:17:07,968 --> 01:17:11,559 'Cause we don't understand your need to shut down, 1984 01:17:11,560 --> 01:17:13,005 your need to daydream. 1985 01:17:13,006 --> 01:17:15,119 To us, it's lazy and selfish. 1986 01:17:15,120 --> 01:17:16,685 - And that makes us so angry. 1987 01:17:16,686 --> 01:17:18,762 - Mm-hmm, I know, that's the aggression. 1988 01:17:18,763 --> 01:17:20,399 That's the testosterone. 1989 01:17:20,400 --> 01:17:21,561 And then we get hurt. 1990 01:17:21,562 --> 01:17:22,886 That's the estrogen. 1991 01:17:22,887 --> 01:17:24,928 - And then we get divorced, and that's life. 1992 01:17:24,929 --> 01:17:27,279 - Not necessarily, Benny. 1993 01:17:27,280 --> 01:17:28,247 You know, these are all things 1994 01:17:28,248 --> 01:17:29,924 that I really wish I understood better 1995 01:17:29,925 --> 01:17:32,399 before your father died. 1996 01:17:32,400 --> 01:17:35,879 Couples experience loss all the time 1997 01:17:35,880 --> 01:17:37,919 in all different ways. 1998 01:17:37,920 --> 01:17:40,559 It's how you understand that loss, 1999 01:17:40,560 --> 01:17:43,323 how you navigate it that makes a difference. 2000 01:17:43,324 --> 01:17:45,125 - This feels a little reductive. 2001 01:17:45,126 --> 01:17:47,361 - Yeah, I'm making generalizations, obviously. 2002 01:17:47,362 --> 01:17:50,639 But I'm basing them on my marriage, my clients, 2003 01:17:50,640 --> 01:17:53,959 my friends' marriage, yours, it seems. 2004 01:17:53,960 --> 01:17:55,642 I can't speak for the gays. 2005 01:17:55,643 --> 01:17:56,843 - Or the trans community. 2006 01:17:56,844 --> 01:17:59,486 - No, I'd only be basing that on that show on Amazon. 2007 01:17:59,487 --> 01:18:00,639 - So good. - Yeah. 2008 01:18:00,640 --> 01:18:01,482 - It's so good. 2009 01:18:01,483 --> 01:18:03,839 - But I will say this. 2010 01:18:03,840 --> 01:18:04,963 Even though you think of us 2011 01:18:04,964 --> 01:18:06,928 as constantly talking about our feelings, 2012 01:18:06,929 --> 01:18:09,159 we're holding so much in. 2013 01:18:09,160 --> 01:18:10,679 Our minds never stop. 2014 01:18:10,680 --> 01:18:13,639 Always analyzing, worrying. 2015 01:18:13,640 --> 01:18:16,919 I think if women could get more physical, 2016 01:18:16,920 --> 01:18:19,287 and access our rage that way, 2017 01:18:20,600 --> 01:18:22,170 a lot would change. 2018 01:18:27,520 --> 01:18:28,521 (energetic music) 2019 01:18:28,522 --> 01:18:30,841 (screaming) 2020 01:18:35,960 --> 01:18:38,239 ♫ I'm a cannonball 2021 01:18:38,240 --> 01:18:40,719 ♫ I'm a grenade unreversible 2022 01:18:40,720 --> 01:18:43,719 ♫ Burnin' through my head now 2023 01:18:43,720 --> 01:18:46,519 ♫ Gotta get it out somehow 2024 01:18:46,520 --> 01:18:47,879 ♫ Get it out 2025 01:18:47,880 --> 01:18:49,479 ♫ Hey hey hey 2026 01:18:49,480 --> 01:18:51,801 ♫ Get it out 2027 01:18:53,960 --> 01:18:56,239 ♫ Yeah, I feel all right 2028 01:18:56,240 --> 01:18:58,399 ♫ I'm gonna do anything I like 2029 01:18:58,400 --> 01:19:00,559 ♫ Burnin' through my head now 2030 01:19:00,560 --> 01:19:03,962 ♫ Get it out, get it out 2031 01:19:10,120 --> 01:19:12,930 ♫ Three, two, one 2032 01:19:14,160 --> 01:19:16,970 ♫ One, two, three 2033 01:19:18,080 --> 01:19:22,210 (game blips) (light music) 2034 01:19:36,560 --> 01:19:38,639 (sighing) 2035 01:19:38,640 --> 01:19:41,883 (soft affecting music) 2036 01:19:44,360 --> 01:19:46,488 (sobbing) 2037 01:19:53,800 --> 01:19:56,849 (breathing raggedly) 2038 01:20:01,920 --> 01:20:05,561 (music grows more poignant) 2039 01:20:17,800 --> 01:20:20,963 (music turns hopeful) 2040 01:20:30,480 --> 01:20:33,359 (door creaking) 2041 01:20:33,360 --> 01:20:34,360 - Anna. 2042 01:20:41,880 --> 01:20:42,880 Anna. 2043 01:20:44,520 --> 01:20:45,520 Anna. 2044 01:20:52,040 --> 01:20:54,611 (music swells) 2045 01:21:04,080 --> 01:21:07,050 (audience clapping) 2046 01:21:25,000 --> 01:21:26,479 - Hi. 2047 01:21:26,480 --> 01:21:27,686 My name's Anna. 2048 01:21:31,320 --> 01:21:33,527 This is a work in progress. 2049 01:21:35,040 --> 01:21:38,203 (gentle guitar music) 2050 01:21:40,400 --> 01:21:42,639 Sorry. (laughs nervously) 2051 01:21:42,640 --> 01:21:43,640 Okay. 2052 01:21:47,880 --> 01:21:51,009 (gentle guitar music) 2053 01:22:02,600 --> 01:22:06,719 ♫ We talk about it all but constant 2054 01:22:06,720 --> 01:22:10,199 ♫ The wolf and the wolf's meal 2055 01:22:10,200 --> 01:22:13,999 ♫ A girl, she grows up with no options 2056 01:22:14,000 --> 01:22:17,639 ♫ But to trust how her gut feels 2057 01:22:17,640 --> 01:22:21,719 ♫ When mothers warn, we should be careful 2058 01:22:21,720 --> 01:22:25,159 ♫ We walk with our thighs pressed 2059 01:22:25,160 --> 01:22:29,119 ♫ Our bodies learned to be fearful 2060 01:22:29,120 --> 01:22:33,011 ♫ Every touch a dangerous test 2061 01:22:36,520 --> 01:22:39,683 (gentle guitar music) 2062 01:22:47,720 --> 01:22:51,439 ♫ A boy, he learns he must be stoic 2063 01:22:51,440 --> 01:22:55,039 ♫ To earn his badge of pride 2064 01:22:55,040 --> 01:22:58,439 ♫ To show his pain is not heroic 2065 01:22:58,440 --> 01:23:02,359 ♫ So he keeps it bottled up inside 2066 01:23:02,360 --> 01:23:06,079 ♫ The pressure's much too much to handle 2067 01:23:06,080 --> 01:23:09,719 ♫ The struggle to provide 2068 01:23:09,720 --> 01:23:13,519 ♫ But history will not dismantle 2069 01:23:13,520 --> 01:23:17,684 ♫ The rules by which you must abide 2070 01:23:32,400 --> 01:23:35,639 ♫ Growing up is all about 2071 01:23:35,640 --> 01:23:39,239 ♫ Learning how to live without 2072 01:23:39,240 --> 01:23:42,839 ♫ The baggage of our lesser years 2073 01:23:42,840 --> 01:23:46,559 ♫ Packed tight with hurt and rage and tears 2074 01:23:46,560 --> 01:23:49,959 ♫ You and I, let's trace a map 2075 01:23:49,960 --> 01:23:53,559 ♫ Where we can bridge this gender gap 2076 01:23:53,560 --> 01:23:57,039 ♫ The destination's very near 2077 01:23:57,040 --> 01:24:00,319 ♫ We'll spend one night in the town of fear 2078 01:24:00,320 --> 01:24:04,239 ♫ Then drive past guilt, regret, and shame 2079 01:24:04,240 --> 01:24:07,959 ♫ To a town whose only precious name 2080 01:24:07,960 --> 01:24:10,959 ♫ Is a rustling in the trees 2081 01:24:10,960 --> 01:24:14,959 ♫ Under which we'll light a fire 2082 01:24:14,960 --> 01:24:18,759 ♫ And listen to the wind 2083 01:24:18,760 --> 01:24:21,159 ♫ Whisper 2084 01:24:21,160 --> 01:24:24,289 (gentle guitar music) 2085 01:24:26,600 --> 01:24:28,648 ♫ Desire 2086 01:24:32,600 --> 01:24:35,729 (gentle guitar music) 2087 01:24:42,320 --> 01:24:45,403 (audience applauding) 2088 01:24:56,040 --> 01:24:59,089 (soft hopeful music) 2089 01:25:58,520 --> 01:26:02,161 (music grows more ethereal) 2090 01:26:32,160 --> 01:26:34,766 (door clicking) 2091 01:26:43,320 --> 01:26:44,320 - HEY- 2092 01:26:45,960 --> 01:26:46,960 - Hi. 2093 01:27:04,480 --> 01:27:06,608 - It's a work in progress. 2094 01:27:08,960 --> 01:27:09,960 - I know. 2095 01:27:15,280 --> 01:27:16,691 - [Ben] I'm sorry, Anna. 2096 01:27:16,692 --> 01:27:18,091 - I'm sorry, too. 2097 01:27:19,000 --> 01:27:20,000 I love you. 2098 01:27:21,320 --> 01:27:23,479 - [Ben] I love you, too. 2099 01:27:23,480 --> 01:27:25,399 (soft sobbing) 2100 01:27:25,400 --> 01:27:28,051 (buoyant music) 2101 01:27:36,160 --> 01:27:37,160 - Okay. 2102 01:27:41,280 --> 01:27:43,362 - Writing session. - Yeah. 2103 01:27:46,240 --> 01:27:47,046 - How do you write 2104 01:27:47,047 --> 01:27:48,881 a love song that's not like... - I have no idea... 2105 01:27:48,882 --> 01:27:50,006 - The corniest. - How you do that. 2106 01:27:50,007 --> 01:27:52,239 (laughing) - You know. 2107 01:27:52,240 --> 01:27:55,079 - It just feels so overdone. 2108 01:27:55,080 --> 01:27:58,129 - Yeah, I have so much respect now for Babyface. 2109 01:27:58,130 --> 01:27:59,679 - I know. - You know. 2110 01:27:59,680 --> 01:28:01,959 (laughing) 2111 01:28:01,960 --> 01:28:02,925 - I mean, I had a lot of respect 2112 01:28:02,926 --> 01:28:03,726 for him before. - No, no, 2113 01:28:03,727 --> 01:28:04,560 he's a great musician. - Yeah. 2114 01:28:04,561 --> 01:28:05,607 Yeah. - I'm just saying, I have 2115 01:28:05,608 --> 01:28:09,764 a whole new level of respect. - A whole new love, I know. 2116 01:28:11,200 --> 01:28:13,248 - I mean, the real question is... 2117 01:28:13,249 --> 01:28:14,526 - What does love 2118 01:28:17,160 --> 01:28:18,160 mean to you? 2119 01:28:19,360 --> 01:28:22,842 (gentle optimistic music) 2120 01:28:28,240 --> 01:28:30,891 (water dripping) 2121 01:28:41,280 --> 01:28:43,806 (upbeat music) 2122 01:28:48,520 --> 01:28:51,039 ♫ There was a time 2123 01:28:51,040 --> 01:28:54,759 ♫ I couldn't bear to be bare 2124 01:28:54,760 --> 01:28:57,999 ♫ I was swallowed up 2125 01:28:58,000 --> 01:29:00,999 ♫ By the unfair 2126 01:29:01,000 --> 01:29:04,239 ♫ But you came along 2127 01:29:04,240 --> 01:29:07,759 ♫ My truth serum 2128 01:29:07,760 --> 01:29:10,599 ♫ To repair 2129 01:29:10,600 --> 01:29:13,239 ♫ So we could repair 2130 01:29:13,240 --> 01:29:17,325 ♫ Love is more than a switch that needs to be flipped 2131 01:29:18,560 --> 01:29:21,559 ♫ Yeah, love is a drip 2132 01:29:21,560 --> 01:29:23,799 ♫ One, two, three, four 2133 01:29:23,800 --> 01:29:26,610 (energetic music) 2134 01:29:30,080 --> 01:29:33,519 ♫ It's a concrete mission 2135 01:29:33,520 --> 01:29:37,039 ♫ That certified friction 2136 01:29:37,040 --> 01:29:40,559 ♫ It takes precision 2137 01:29:40,560 --> 01:29:44,159 ♫ To avoid collision 2138 01:29:44,160 --> 01:29:47,519 ♫ Noble is this 2139 01:29:47,520 --> 01:29:50,999 ♫ We're mister and missus 2140 01:29:51,000 --> 01:29:54,439 ♫ We'll never dismiss 2141 01:29:54,440 --> 01:29:58,159 ♫ What it takes to make this (whistle blowing) 2142 01:29:58,160 --> 01:30:00,049 ♫ Love 2143 01:30:01,840 --> 01:30:03,729 ♫ Song 2144 01:30:05,160 --> 01:30:07,049 ♫ Love 2145 01:30:08,880 --> 01:30:10,723 ♫ Song 2146 01:30:12,280 --> 01:30:13,930 ♫ Love from different planets, but it's good 2147 01:30:13,931 --> 01:30:15,559 ♫ It's trust no one, but you must trust 2148 01:30:15,560 --> 01:30:17,244 ♫ It's bendin' down and grittin' your teeth 2149 01:30:17,245 --> 01:30:19,082 ♫ It's seein' what you think you've seen 2150 01:30:19,083 --> 01:30:20,885 ♫ It's putting out the daily fire 2151 01:30:20,886 --> 01:30:22,722 ♫ It's facing all the welcome desires 2152 01:30:22,723 --> 01:30:24,479 ♫ It's never shuttin' the bathroom door 2153 01:30:24,480 --> 01:30:26,084 ♫ Laughing inside, even when you're bored 2154 01:30:26,085 --> 01:30:27,799 ♫ It's finding new from the every day 2155 01:30:27,800 --> 01:30:28,881 ♫ It's fuckin' your brains out 2156 01:30:28,882 --> 01:30:33,010 ♫ Every which way - One, two, three. 2157 01:30:35,080 --> 01:30:36,719 ♫ Love is a fight, fight 2158 01:30:36,720 --> 01:30:38,319 ♫ A fight with you 2159 01:30:38,320 --> 01:30:41,119 ♫ And that's the only love I know 2160 01:30:41,120 --> 01:30:43,487 ♫ To be true 2161 01:30:44,720 --> 01:30:47,121 ♫ I love you 2162 01:30:49,280 --> 01:30:52,329 (lighthearted music) 2163 01:31:03,920 --> 01:31:06,679 ♫ You and I 2164 01:31:06,680 --> 01:31:09,570 HI, I, I, I, I, I 2165 01:31:13,760 --> 01:31:16,719 ♫ We can fight 2166 01:31:16,720 --> 01:31:20,850 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight 2167 01:31:23,720 --> 01:31:28,519 ♫ Try we might to find the light 2168 01:31:28,520 --> 01:31:31,091 ♫ Try we might 2169 01:31:43,200 --> 01:31:46,079 ♫ You and I 2170 01:31:46,080 --> 01:31:49,209 ♫ I, I, I, I, I, I, I 2171 01:31:52,880 --> 01:31:56,119 ♫ Get low, get high 2172 01:31:56,120 --> 01:32:00,011 ♫ High, high, high, high, high 2173 01:32:02,800 --> 01:32:05,399 ♫ But by the by 2174 01:32:05,400 --> 01:32:07,879 ♫ Side by side 2175 01:32:07,880 --> 01:32:10,531 ♫ Still we find 2176 01:32:11,640 --> 01:32:13,599 ♫ We find the fight 2177 01:32:13,600 --> 01:32:16,763 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight 2178 01:32:16,764 --> 01:32:18,279 ♫ We find the fight 2179 01:32:18,280 --> 01:32:21,719 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight 2180 01:32:21,720 --> 01:32:23,399 ♫ We find the fight 2181 01:32:23,400 --> 01:32:26,799 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight 2182 01:32:26,800 --> 01:32:28,719 ♫ We find the fight 2183 01:32:28,720 --> 01:32:31,919 ♫ Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight 2184 01:32:31,920 --> 01:32:34,759 ♫ We find the fight 2185 01:32:34,760 --> 01:32:36,967 (laughing) 2186 01:32:43,200 --> 01:32:45,726 (bright music)