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: I disagree strongly with that finding. Your Honor, I think that Charlie needs to find his own way. Not on our time, but on Charlie's time, and I think that will happen. He'll find people that will fill his life again. Not today, but soon... slowly. Mr. Fallon
: Can I just ask a question about your life experience in regard to this long-term illness? I'm curious, how old are you? Charlie Fineman
: What does that have to do with anything? Judge Raines
: Dr. Fineman... Charlie Fineman
: That question sucks, your Honor. Mr. Fallon
: It's actually a good question. Charlie Fineman
: No, no, no! It sucks. It sucks. You know if we're gonna talk about age... he's gotta go to little league practice.
[Charlie is meeting Angela for the first time. Angela goes off to get a cup of coffee
] Charlie Fineman
: Are you kidding me? She's a baby. Alan Johnson
: Listen, you're right, she's young. But, she-she's good. She's got a lot of experience with loss and grief counseling. Just... Charlie Fineman
: She's got nice tits, that's not good. Alan Johnson
: Since when? Charlie Fineman
] Good point. Alan Johnson
: Look, we'll just do the meet-and-greet, and see if you like her, and if you do, we'll just - we'll go from there. Charlie Fineman
: Am I wrong about her tits, though? Alan Johnson
: No, you're right. They're wonderful. Angela Oakhurst
: So what are you guys talking about? What's so wonderful?
[silence from Charlie and Alan
: Charlie, before you go, I'd like to say something. Look, the fact is you had a family and you suffered a great loss, and until you discuss that and we can really talk about that, this is all just an exercise. I can be patient, Charlie, but you need to tell someone your story. It doesn't have to be me, but someone.