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: Marriage is not something to be taken lightly. Abby Willoughby
: I don't take it lightly, I just have a really good feeling about this. Arlene Black
: Ugh, sweetheart, it isn't about feelings. Marriage is a contract. Abby Willoughby
: It isn't about feelings? Ira Black
: Marriage isn't about feelings? Arlene Black
: No, it is, of course it is. Seymour Black
: Yeah, it's about feeling terrible and criticized. Arlene Black
] Sy, don't start.
: [Of her 33-year marriage
] You two need to know the truth. It's no picnic! Abby Willoughby
: Were you in love in the beginning? Arlene Black
] No. Seymour Black
] Not so much. Ira Black
] I thought you were madly in love. Arlene Black
: That's what we told you when you were younger. It was a good story, it made you happy. Ira Black
: You were never in love? That's... that's depressing! Seymour Black
: That's why we didn't tell you. Arlene Black
: You learn to love. You *learn* to love, because you're *stuck* with each other. Seymour Black
: Well, not stuck. Um - *hinged*. Hinged! You're hinged together, so that you can still move a little, but at the end of the day, you're always together, through good and bad. Abby Willoughby
: Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's *very* bad. Seymour Black
: Hasn't been so bad, Arl. Arlene Black
: It's been bad, Sy. Trust me, Abby.