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: [smoking a joint, passes it to Harold
] No... I know that Richard will always be faithful to me. Harold
: [takes the joint, about to smoke it
] That's nice. You trust. Karen
: [shaking her head
] Fear of herpes.
[Harold stops short of putting the joint in his mouth
: So how's your life? Karen
: Oh, great. How's yours? Sam Weber
: Not so great. Karen
: Ohhh, we're telling the truth.
: You'll never get this many people to come to my funeral. Michael
: Ohh, Karen, I'll come. And, you know... I'll bring a date.
: You know, Karen, if we had gotten married, we'd be going shopping like this. Karen
: No, if we had gotten married I'd be doing this alone.
: Everyone does everything just to get laid. Karen
: Who said that? Freud? Michael
: No, I did.
: So, you and Alex were living here? Chloe
: We have a room downstairs. Well we did. I do. I'm the one who found him. Karen
: Oh God. It must have been awful. Chloe
: It was, it was a real mess. Karen
: So, what are you gonna do now? Chloe
: Oh, we cleaned it up.
: I know this is hard but it's all beautiful. Sarah
: Yeah we put on a great funeral here. Michael
] Yeah, maybe I'll have mine here. Sarah
: We give first priority to people who kill themselves in one of our bathrooms.
[the three stop smiling
: That was a terrible thing to say... I don't know why I said that.
: [in a high-pitched voice
] Hey. everyone, it's J.T. Lancer! Let's all go watch this incredible show! Sarah
: Woo hoo!
[everyone runs into the living room
: Come on, Sam. Sam Weber
: [lagging behind
: I know he wasn't happy. That doesn't tell you much. I'd no idea how bad it was. I think he purposely wanted to cut off from all of us because he was so unhappy with where he was at. Nick
: Hm. Karen
: Is that true, Chloe? Did you feel that? Chloe
: I don't know. We had some good times. I haven't met that many happy people in my life, how do they act? Nick
: Mm hm.
: How about you Michael? So tell us about the world of big time journalism. Sam Weber
: Yeah. Michael
: Well iwhere I work we only have one editorial rule. You can't write anything longer than it takes your average person to take an average crap.
: I'm getting tired of everything I write being read in the can. Harold
: You can read Dostoyevsky in the can. Michael
: Yes, but they can't finish it.