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: Let's go see the penguins!
: Who the hell is she? Christopher
: I'll tell you who she isn't. She isn't like anyone I've ever met before. And she isn't a phony. I'll make you a deal, wonder man. You want me at the benefit tomorrow night? Then get her to go, and I swear to God, I'll shake any part of Maddox's body you want me to. Deal? Jerry Siegel
: Deal. All right. Sure. Okay.
: What press are you affiliated with? Ty
: I'm 10. Jerry Siegel
: What about your parents, are they Democrat or Republican? Ty
: What's the difference these days? Christopher
: I love this kid. Jerry Siegel
: Well, what's not to love.
: Look, you have to listen to me, I know you're used to getting your way. Christopher
: Yeah, until I met you. Marisa
: There's millions of women who are just dying for you to look their way. Christopher
] Yeah? Then why are you making me work so hard?
: You're beautiful. Marisa
: So are you. Christopher
: Thank you for being here. Marisa
: I only came to tell you that this, you and me, can't go anywhere beyond this evening. It just can't. Christopher
: Well, then, you should've worn a different dress.
: Marisa Ventura. Housekeeping. Christopher
: Chris Marshall. Candidate for Senate. I'd appreciate your vote. Marisa
: We'll see.
[Running after Marisa when she leaves a benefit early
: Caroline. Caroline. Caroline. Do you have somewhere else you have to be? Marisa
: No, I just have to leave. Christopher
: Well, I don't think you're leaving. I think you're running. And what I can't figure out is, are you running towards something you want? Or are you running away from something you're afraid to want? Marisa
: Look, I've made so many mistakes already. I just don't want to make it worse. Christopher
: You won't. I promise. Marisa
: There's something you don't know, ok? Oh, God. How do I tell you this? Look, the first time that you saw me I was... Christopher
: You were mesmerizing.
: Do I look as stupid as you think I am? Jerry Siegel
: No. No, I mean, you're not stupid. What, what are you talking about?
[meeting Marisa's son, Ty
: I'm Chris. Jerry Siegel
: I'm bald and no one in particular. Ty
: I know who you are. Christopher
: Yeah? What do you know? Ty
: I know that you're the state assemblyman. I know that you're thinking of running for Senator. I know your voting record and your consistent stand on environmental causes.
: The first time you saw me, I was cleaning your bathroom floor! Only you didn't see me. Chris
: What was I supposed to do, introduce myself while I'm taking a leak?
: There was a part of me that wanted to know what it felt like, to have someone like you look at me the way you did just once. And I'm sorry. Truly. If I could rewind the past week, I would. Christopher
: Was any of it real? Marisa
: Yeah, it was real. It was so real I wondered how I was ever gunna give you up. But I had to give you up. That was the plan. And then, last night, I couldn't.
: [reading about himself in the paper
] "Sentimental favorite and playboy politico, Assemblyman Chris Marshall"... guess you missed a few words there, Jer.
: Where are you going? Jerry Siegel
: That depends. Where are you going? Christopher
: Bathroom. Alone. Jerry Siegel
: Yeah. Fine. Go. Great. Yeah. Sure. Christopher
: Thank you. Jerry Siegel
: Call me if you need anything.
: He's friendly. His name's Rufas. So what are you listening to? Ty
: "The Best Of Bread". Christopher
: "Best Of Bread"? Interesting. What's your name? Ty
: Ty. Christopher
: Nice to meet you, Ty.
Stephanie Kehoe, Maid
: Hi, honey.
] Stephanie Kehoe, Maid
: It's Ty! What are you doing up here? Ty
: Where's Mom? Stephanie Kehoe, Maid
: [seeing Chris walking in
] It's for you, ma'am. Marisa
: What are you talking about? Ty, don't you...? Ty
: Hey, Ma, this is Chris. He's got a giant, grey dog named Rufas. And if you say okay, I'm gonna walk with him, okay? Christopher
: Hello. Marisa
: Hi. Ty
: Let's not forget. I'm a kid and I need fresh air. Please, can I go, Mom? Please? Please? Christopher
: I'm Chris Marshall. Stephanie Kehoe, Maid
: Caroline... you want your coat? Marisa
: What? Stephanie Kehoe, Maid
: The weather can be so tricky here. Weren't you just saying, what a beautiful day it was? Christopher
: Oh, you're going out? Stephanie Kehoe, Maid
: Weren't you saying how you wanted to stretch your legs? Christopher
: Well, if your husband wouldn't mind... Ty
: She doesn't have a husband. Marisa
: I don't have a husband. Christopher
: Well, I insist, then. Come with us, if you're free. Ty
: Yeah. Come on, Mom.
: How long are you in town for? Marisa
: I'm not sure. Christopher
: You always stay at the Beresford? Marisa
: Sometimes I feel like I live there.
: Monday? I'm busy, sorry. Christopher
: You're busy you can't? What? Can you change it? Marisa
: It's complicated. Which reminds me, I gotta get out of here. Come on, Ty. We gotta go.
: She's about five-six, dark hair, really beautiful, has a kid named Ty. What the hell happened? Lionel
: I'm sorry, Sir. Chris
: Don't be sorry. Just find her. Caroline
: Oh, Chris, I loved your quote in "The Times". Chris
: At least let me buy you lunch. After all, we've only got each other to get through this humiliation. Christopher
: Caroline, the first lunch was a mistake. A second would be complete torture. Caroline
: Drinks, then?
: Look, can we start over? Second chance, second date? You as you, me as me. No secrets. What do you think?