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: When there's a death you get a funeral. It's horrible, but you get to wear a black dress, and people bring you food and... Jude
: I *do* like a good casserole now and again. Diane
: But when a marriage dies you get endless debt, paperwork, and just a life you don't even recognize.
: You want me to just let go of 40 years of irresponsibility, embarrassment, and her total refusal to grow up? Jude
: Yes, exactly. Diane
] Like a balloon that'll just float away. Jude
: It's not a balloon, Diane. It's a sandbag you've got to drop for the balloon to get off the ground.
: Hey, the men are doing all the heavy lifting. Seems a little sexist to me. How about you, Zoe? Zoe
: It's not about equal division of labor. It's about an equitable and efficient allocation of resources. Grace
: Right on!
: [looking at the chairs in Jude's workshop
] Do people actually sit in those? Jude
: They do. You want to try it? Diane
: No. Jude
: Aw, come on, where's your spirit of adventure? Diane
: I think I exhausted it yesterday. Jude
: And here I was hoping you were just getting started.
: You know, you're something of a legend around here. Your mom talks about you all the time. Diane
: Let me guess: "tightass lawyer who is in need of a soul transplant." Jude
: No, actually, she's fonder of the details - you used to collect leaves, you like the Beatles... Diane
: Everybody likes the Beatles. Jude
: That is true.