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: Is Harry bringing anybody to the wedding? Marie
: I don't think so. Sally Albright
: Is he seeing anybody? Marie
: He was seeing this anthropologist, but... Sally Albright
: What's she look like? Marie
: Thin. Pretty. Big tits. Your basic nightmare.
: I don't think he's ever going to leave her. Sally
: Nobody thinks he's never going to leave her. Marie
: You're right, you're right. I know you're right.
: All I'm saying is that somewhere out there is the man you are supposed to marry. And if you don't get him first, somebody else will, and you'll have to spend the rest of your life knowing that somebody else is married to your husband
: The point is, he just spent $120 on a new nightgown for his wife. I don't think he's ever gonna leave her. Sally Albright
: No one thinks he's ever gonna leave her. Marie
: You're right, you're right, I know you're right.
: Tell me I'll never have to be out there again. Jess
: You will never have to be out there again.
: Everybody thinks they have good taste and a sense of humor but they couldn't possibly all have good taste.
: Restaurants are to people in the 80's what theatres were to people in the 60's. I read that in a magazine. Jess
: I wrote that. Marie
: Get out of here. Jess
: I did, I wrote that. Marie
: Where did I read that? Jess
: New York magazine Harry
: Sally writes for New York magazine
: Someone is staring at you in "personal growth".