Lovesong (2016) Movie Script

- Wake up!
Wake up!
- I'm up!
- My babies!
Morning time, babies!
- Morning time.
- Okay, babies, what do
you want for breakfast?
Mac and cheese!
Say what.
- What?
- Say what.
" Apple.
- Say letters of apple.
- A.
- Say banana with S.
- Banana with an S?
- Yeah.
- Sanana.
- Come on.
Come on, Jessie.
- I see dark, I see a dark cloud.
- I know, I think it's gonna rain.
You wanna come on here with me?
- No.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- Has she eaten yet?
- Yeah, she had Cheerios
and Chex Mix and cherries
and eggs and oatmeal.
All at once?
- Yep.
- A house.
- Weeks, I said I'd like...
- I can't hear you.
- Change my mind...
We're gonna have to go...
- I can't...
- And do again and...
- Dean?
I can't hear anything.
- Oh.
- You're freezing up.
Will you sit on my lap?
- I said that
ii everything goes like it's been going,
the designs we just submitted
will be handed back to us
and they're gonna want changes again
and then the things they just asked for
in the previous round,
they're gonna ask to change,
they're gonna ask for new
things and we're gonna address
those changes and then
they're probably gonna say
that they don't like that either and...
- Okay
- I gotta go and do...
- Okay well
what does that mean though?
Like, I don't...
I don't know, I just feel like...
Every time that this happens,
there's a new reason why
it has to be pushed longer
and it's like really not,
I don't know, I feel like
you can never give me
like an actual answer of how
long your trips are gonna be.
- It's not excuses, it's just what it is.
I can't change that.
I should probably go.
Look, I'll, it's not
like I just walk up to him
and be like, hey, my wife wants to know
when I'm coming home.
Can you give me a sense of when
you're gonna approve our plans?
- I mean, that would be great.
- Yeah.
Then I'd have to look for a new job.
I should go.
I'm already running late.
But I'll Skype you later, okay?
- Okay, I mean, okay.
And if there's anything...
- Bye, Jessie!
- Bye.
Let's go up!
- Jessie.
Do you think I'm a good mommy'?
- Yeah.
- Jessie?
- Baby doll, baby clothes.
- If you don't help me, I'm
gonna pick what you're wearing.
- This is a baby one.
Baby lullaby.
- Here.
- Baby.
I want to pick it out!
- Well that's what I thought.
Which one you wanna wear'?
- I wanna pick this one.
This one!
This one!
- That's too fancy.
And it'll get itchy, too.
- That's
beautiful, you know that?
- It is beautiful.
It's very beautiful.
I think we should save it
for a special occasion.
Shh, do you hear that?
- Yeah.
- You hear the thunder?
You see the deer'?
- Don't move.
You guys, the horse and
the cow, you can hide.
I'm sure it's gonna be okay!
I'm gonna not be okay.
Everyone, hold on tight.
Mama, Mama, Papa, he going too.
Papa has to put seatbelt on.
I'm hungry.
- What do you want to eat?
- Beans and...
- Yeah, we can go get some beans.
We're going to the train station
and then we'll go get some beans.
- Hey!
How are you?
- I'm good.
- Aww.
Oh my god, it's been so long.
- Jessie, say hi to Mindy.
- Aunt Mindy.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- All right, let's go.
- Okay.
You okay?
- Yeah.
- What's wrong?
- Nothing.
- It's okay.
It's fine.
It's fine.
- I wanna go home.
- Okay.
Is it Dean?
- I see him once
every two months, sometimes.
- I hear he's still traveling a lot'?
- More.
I just feel like I'm going crazy.
I've been taking these pills that...
You know, they're supposed to help with...
I just don't know.
- You're doing so good.
I mean, listen, it's okay
to feel a little crazy-.
It's not fair to you to have
to do it all by yourself.
That's not fair.
Fuck him.
Let's go have some fun.
- All right.
- Where do you wanna go'?
- I don't know.
I was thinking about my parents' house.
- Well let's have some
fun before that, right?
I don't like chocolate.
- Oh yes, you do.
- I don't like chocolate.
- Oh yes, you do.
- Bought you a drink.
- Thank you.
- Oh yes you, what are you doing?
- Okay.
- I can do it by myself!
- Okay.
- I need to eat first.
- Okay, you're right.
- Mommy needs to relax
a little bit, right?
- Thanks.
- Thanks!
- You're welcome.
All right, eat your chocolate soup
before it gets even more soupier.
Come on, let's go.
I bet it's really cool!
Let's go.
- I'll go by myself.
- Okay.
See you later.
- Jessie!
- She's having
fun, she's having fun.
Look at the kids, it's fine.
- She's gonna get sick.
- She's not gonna get sick.
She's got a strong will.
I mean, I wonder where she gets it.
- So which one are you dating right now?
- I'm not, none of them.
- On.
Are you sleeping with them?
- I just like,
I just like ideas.
- Thinking about sleeping with them?
- Yeah, you sleep with one,
you cuddle with another, you know'?
- You know, I've only
slept with 2 112 people?
- Really?
No way.
- Yeah.
- College?
- Yeah, 1 1/2 and then Dean.
- How was there a half'?
- Because we only
had sex for like a minute.
- That counts.
- Kind of.
He was just really drunk.
And I was like...
- Wait, when was this?
- This was like first year of college.
- Oh, was it that guy
that was like always like...
- Marcus.
- Always around?
He like hung out like all the time.
- Mm-hmm.
- And I was like,
"Oh, there's something between you.
Oh, so there was something between you.
- Yeah, you knew that.
- No, I didn't!
- Mm-hmm.
- I never knew you guys...
- I told you
we slept together.
- Had sex.
- I told you.
We talked about it.
Jessie, come here.
What's your name?
- Hi, little one.
Are you hungry'?
- Juliet.
- Do you want some pizza?
- I think your morn
wants you to eat so you better
- Do you want some juice?
- Go over there and get some food.
- But I don't want some pizza!
- Whoa.
- I don't want pizza.
- All right.
- What do you want?
- Come here.
- I want chips.
- Okay, there's chips right here.
- There's chips.
- Come here.
- Come and grab some chips.
- Come get some chips.
- How's the playground?
- Good.
- Awesome, hey,
you want some juice?
You want a slice?
- Have some chips and then you can play.
- I don't want pizza.
- Okay.
- Don't put it
on the table, though.
- Have some chips.
- Wow.
- I'm a little tipsy.
- Mommy's getting messy.
You ever seen Mommy messy?
- No.
Mommy's not messy.
- I don't like the chips.
- You didn't even try the chips.
- Just try a little bite.
- A little bite-
- I did!
- You didn't have a bite.
- Yes, I did!
- Okay, Jessie, you
need to eat your pizza.
- What are you guys
playing with over there?
- But I don't want the pizza.
- You need to eat your pizza.
- I don't want the pizza!
- You need to eat your
pizza or you can't play.
- I don't want the pizza!
- Okay.
Jessie, I've had enough of-
- Jessie.
Come on, just let her play.
- Jessie.
- Sarah, just let her play.
We've had a long day.
- Let's go play-
- Yeah, why
don't you girls go play?
- All right, you go
play for 10 more minutes
and then you'll eat food.
- Yeah, we're gonna
save the pizza and we're
gonna save the chips.
If you're hungry later, too.
- But I don't wanna eat.
- Okay, Jessie, go play.
- I don't wanna eat, either.
- My god.
- She's three, you know'?
- I know.
- It's like a cat.
- I know, but she's...
- I mean, I get it.
I get it, you're like...
- Like, it's the worst.
- I know, but you can't...
- Habits of...
She just screams any time she
doesn't wanna do anything.
- Yeah, but she's on the road.
She's like away from your house.
- She's like this at home.
- She's not, okay.
- It's hard because I have to
be the bad person, you know?
- Right.
- It's not like it's me and Dean.
- But you're also like
kind of uptight about it, too.
So you just kind have to, like,
pull back a little bit, you know?
- Yeah.
Mindy, what do you wanna eat'?
- I wanna, um...
- Oh, ma'am.
- Hamburger.
- You forgot your change, ma'am.
- You want cheeseburger or hamburger?
- Thanks.
Here you go.
- Thanks.
- Yep!
- Cheeseburger or hamburger?
- A cheeseburger.
- Two cheeseburgers and one hot dog.
- What are you gonna eat'?
- Go ahead.
- Hot dog!
- Okay, all right already.
What do you take on your hot dog'?
- Oh, and two french fries.
- Are you riding here?
- I am later.
Is this your guys' first time here?
I haven't seen you guys here before.
- Yeah.
- I feel like I've seen you before here.
You've been here before.
- She does.
- Oh yeah, she's a regular.
- Yeah, you're a regular.
- That's Jessie.
- You guys wanna,
- Yeah.
- You want me
to show you guys around?
- We might eat first.
- You're gonna eat first?
All right.
- I think so, right'?
- Okay, yeah.
- Yeah.
- Nothing.
- He was kinda cute.
- I don't know.
- You wanna see'?
You want me to introduce you'?
- Yeah!
- Jessie, you wanna
go say hi to some friends?
- You wanna go say hi to the animals?
- Do they talk'?
- Oh yeah.
They talk.
Tell 'em you're here, they'll talk.
See 'em?
- Let's go see the bulls!
I think they're starting, come on!
- See, these are my friends.
Wanna say hi to my friends?
- Yeah.
- Yeah, come on.
He said Jessie's coming today.
- Maybe don't put
your hands in there, Jessie.
- Like just to put certain...
- I wanna get my hat.
- Okay, Mindy?
- Mindy!
- Yeah?
- Can I get my hat?
- I'll come.
- You wanna come?
- Yeah, I'll come.
- Okay.
- Cool.
- Thank you.
- See you later.
- Hey yeah, take care.
- 68 points, he is in the lead!
What a great cowboy!
- Get ready!
- Oh my lord!
- He's gonna come out
at the end of the song.
- Cowboy gets his feet down on
both sides of the bull.
One hand in the air.
- Oh, no, no, no!
- Oh my god!
- Get out of the way!
- Oh my god!
Oh my god.
- I know, it's so crazy.
- Okay
- And at number 14 in the
American Professional Rodeo Association.
Close to the record,
she clocks in at 15.646.
How about a nice round of
applause for a great competitor?
- What are you gonna do?
- Wow, well tell me how
you don't feel about it, honestly.
You ready to go'?
- You wanna go now?
- Yeah, it's getting late.
- Thanks for showing us around.
- Oh, you gotta go, too?
- Yeah, it's past my bedtime.
- You're not going too, come on now.
- It was
nice meeting you, though.
- Yeah, yeah, you too.
All you wanted you could've had
Partly paralyze
Part of you is dancing
- Shh.
- Drink.
- Truth or drink?
- Truth.
- What's the worst
thing you've ever done?
- Oh my god, I mean, I don't even know.
To myself or to someone else?
- To someone else.
- Worst thing I've ever
done to someone else.
I broke into someone's house once.
- And I slept in their bed.
- What?
- And I stole some of their jewelry.
And I ate their food.
- What?
- And masturbated in their bed.
- What?
- Shush.
You need to be quiet.
- That's enough of that.
- Drink.
Truth or drink?
- Truth.
- Have you ever been fingered
when you have your period?
- I mean, of course I have.
- Really?
- I'm married.
- But it seems like Dean
wouldn't be into that.
- Dean's crazy.
- Really?
What do you mean he's crazy?
- I don't know, he's Asian.
- I thought that would
be the opposite of crazy.
- No, they're like crazy in bed, Asians.
He's, you know, I don't know.
I mean, I don't have much
to compare it to but I,
I don't know.
We have, like, one day a week
where we have anal sex.
- No way, it's
like, it's like it's a
day on your calendar'?
- Yeah.
- No, it's not.
- Yeah, Saturdays.
- No, it's not.
- I swear to god.
- That is so weird.
That is the weirdest
thing anyone's ever said.
- Anal Saturday.
I mean, we haven't had
sex in like months, but...
- Whatever, fuck him.
Have you ever had a threesome with Dean?
Okay, that means yes.
- No, no, no, I mean, it was nothing.
It was like...
- It's not nothing.
- This Brooklyn mom.
And it was his idea and
I just did it because
I felt like il I didn't, I don't know.
It was weird.
- God, you're just like blowing my mind.
I'm like, I can't even, I
can't even look at Dean now.
And like I don't even.
- I felt like I would
have been more into it
if it was like not his...
- Choice of a woman?
- Choice.
- No, you get to choose, fuck that.
Do you remember that one time
that we took the boy home in college
and you chickened out?
- I felt...
- What happened that night?
- I felt like, I don't know.
Like, I'd like, I felt like...
Really awkward and I,
it gave me a complex.
- Why?
A complex for what?
- Of like feeling like guys
wanna be with you more.
- No way!
No, that's not even, you
remembered it all wrong.
- No.
- That's just your insecurity.
- It's not.
I just, I could tell.
Like, he, like I felt
like I was intruding...
- Not even true.
I didn't even have fun.
I wanted you there.
It's okay.
It's okay.
What we're following
What we want sometimes
Where you're going to live
What we're following
Where we wander free
- Slow down!
- Yep, that's where we're going.
- I don't like chocolate
- Yes you do!
- I do not like it
- Oh yes, you do.
- I don't like chocolate.
- Oh yes you do like chocolate.
You don't scream.
You don't scream.
Oh no
- Hello?
- Hello.
- Hang on.
- Dean called this morning'?
- Mm-hmm.
- And?
- He just...
Was calling to check on Jessie.
I think he feels guilty.
- He doesn't even care like where you are?
Who you're with?
- He doesn't ask what I'm doing.
I don't know...
- Do you feel guilty?
- I don't know.
- Is this a joke'?
You still love him?
- I don't know.
I'm just so confused.
I'm happy you came I don't
regret sleeping together.
- No regrets.
It's the best way to live, right'?
- Yeah.
I mean, I know it wasn't
like a big deal, but...
- Do you think I do stuff
like that all the time?
- No, but I mean, like, I know you
like go out and get drunk
and do stuff like that.
- What do you think of me?
- I don't mean it like that.
- Uh-huh.
- But like, you know,
I'm married and like whatever, I mean...
I didn't mean it that way.
Are you okay?
- What?
- Are you okay?
- What do you think?
Hey, man.
- Hello.
- When's the next bus out
to New York, to the city?
- The city?
I think it is seven minutes.
- You think and how much is a ticket?
- It's 25.
- Perfect.
Can I just get one way?
- Of course.
- Do I need to sign or anything?
- You're all set.
- Okay cool.
- Enjoy.
Thanks, man.
- What'd you get?
- I got a ticket
back to New York.
It's like leaving in 10 minutes.
- Are you joking?
- No, I don't know, I just thought
you guys are good, you know?
You've got it from here, right?
- I, I mean, okay.
- I've just got,
like, work stuff, you know?
- Yeah.
- It's just
gonna take too much time
to get from one place
back and all the way.
- Okay.
- But will you tell
Jessie that I love her?
- Yeah.
- Thanks for such a beautiful time.
It's good we had fun, you know'?
It's like, it's perfect.
- Okay.
- All right, well I know Jessie's asleep.
I'm not gonna wake her up.
Just, you know.
Give her a big hug for me.
- All right.
- Okay.
I love you.
- Can I ask Santa for
a little brother or sister?
- I don't know if Santa brings babies.
I don't know it that's really.
I think he just sort oi sticks with toys.
- Okay.
- Are you excited to be the flower girl'?
- Yeah.
Who's Mindy again?
- She's my friend.
We went to school together.
I told you this about 500 times, Jessie.
- Is she your best friend'?
- She's a very good friend, yeah.
- She doesn't come over.
- Well she lives really far away-.
- You don't talk
to her or Skype with her.
- We do talk, Jessie.
We talk sometimes.
We text.
- No, you don't.
- Yes, I do.
- No, you don't.
- Yes, we do, Jessie.
Though I can see
clearly what's ahead of me
I cannot stop it once I'm set a-spinning
Hey, can you do me a favor'?
My phone just died.
Can you go into my email'?
Can you just go into my
email and get this address?
It's in the last email that Mindy sent me
and it's on the attachment.
- When's Mindy's wedding?
- It's the day after tomorrow.
This is really not
working, this eyeshadow.
- Mindy!
- Sarah, hey!
- Hey-
- I'm so glad you're here.
- Jessie.
- Hi.
You're so big!
Can I have a hug, please?
- Do you remember Mindy'?
- It's okay.
You were just very little
tiny when I saw you.
Thanks for coming.
- Of course.
- Are you hungry?
Let's get some mac and cheese.
- It's crazy.
This is beautiful.
- Leif!
- Yeah.
What's wrong with you'?
- This is Sarah.
- Leif.
- Nice to meet you.
- I'm glad you're here.
- Yeah, it's beautiful.
- Did you just get in?
- Yeah.
- Yeah, it's so pretty, right?
- Yeah, it's amazing.
And this is where the ceremony is?
- Mm-hmm, yeah.
Gonna play some music over
there and it's gonna be good.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Just mellow.
- Cool.
- Fun.
- Easy.
- Thrown together sort ot.
- Yeah, yeah, I guess.
- Awesome.
I'm so glad you're here.
- Yeah.
- Yeah, yeah.
It's nice meeting you.
- Nice to meet you.
He's cute.
- He's wonderful.
- Your hair's red.
- I know.
- I know.
- So where are you staying at?
- Just at a hotel down the street.
- Okay.
- You guys all staying in the house?
- Not everyone.
A lot of people have their
own places, but yeah.
- Did everybody come here or is this like
about his Nashville family?
- I feel like I'm still meeting people-.
- Really?
- Yeah, no, they're pretty much from here.
So cute.
What the fuck are you doing?
- Hi, sorry, Lily.
- Sarah.
- Lube hands.
- That's funny.
- My bestie from San Fran.
- Hi, nice to meet you.
- She's gonna be my maid of honor.
- Yeah, yeah, how are you'?
- I'm good, how are you?
- Yeah, good, good, good.
- So how do you...
- Then you did the
invites, so how could I?
- Yeah, well, of course.
I took over and just wedged my way in.
We work together, that's how we met.
And she was, yeah, show...
- Yeah, showed me around.
- How long have you guys known each other?
- Oh, like...
- Forever?
- 16, eh, eight,
17 years, I think.
- Really?
- I don't know.
Something like that.
- God, it's so long.
- A long time.
- I'm gonna, hold on, I'll be right back.
Oh, hey, this is Chloe,
that's Leif's little sister-.
- Hi, Chloe.
- It's nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
- Get it away.
- Why?
You like it.
- You know that
cheese gives me gas!
- It does give you gas.
But it's so cute
- Oh my gosh.
- 'Cause you're so pretty when you fart.
- Get this shit away.
What the fuck?
- Ridiculous, hold on.
Get it away from me!
Stop it, stop it.
- Hold on.
Okay, I think I have one.
What is the difference
between a priest and a pimple'?
- I don't know, I don't...
- Pimples don't come on a
kid's face until he's 13.
- Okay.
Okay, that's, well, yeah.
Well maybe not that one
because it makes you
sound like a pedophile.
Fair enough.
- It's like warm jizz, that's so gross.
- You have one, give me one.
- Okay, hold on.
- By the way, Sarah,
we all have to do these
so you better start thinking.
- Wait, so when are you
telling these jokes,
like, during the ceremony?
- The rehearsal dinner.
- The dinner.
- Oh.
- Who's that little girl'?
- Oh, that's
Jessie, that's my daughter.
- Your daughter?
- Mm-hmm.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm.
- Cool.
You've, did you have her when
you were like 12 or something?
- 13.
- She's got jokes.
- I was 21.
- Oh, okay.
- Yeah.
- She's beautiful.
- Thank you.
- She's, and she's up there with the band.
Yeah, she's gonna be trouble.
Ooh, 17 dirty jokes so
filthy you need a shower.
Oh this is, this is a good one for Jessie
'cause she won't know better.
What goes in hard and dry
but comes out soft and wet'?
But comes out soft and wet.
Guess what.
- I don't know.
- Gum.
- Oh!
You better get up for your mama
You better grab the best of your life
I know you're ready
To get older
I'm gonna sit sideways.
I'll lay across the,
or you go in there.
- Yeah, do you want us to take one of you?
- No.
Well all you have to do is wander
- Carry them and put them
at the bottom of the bed
to keep the bed warm.
Like, you know, cool electrical thing.
- I'm magnet to Mindy and Leif.
- You're a magnet?
- It's okay.
- Ha, gotcha!
- Thanks for coming today.
- You're welcome.
- All right, let's get going.
Can you say bye to Mindy and Leif?
- I'll walk you guys out.
' Okay.
- Bye bye.
- It was really nice meeting you.
- Nice meeting you, too.
- Yeah, sorry again
- Congratulations
- About the barbecue.
- And I'll see you tomorrow.
- Oh, it's fine.
- Yeah, thank you so much.
Yeah, see you.
- Mindy!
- Yeah'?
- Can you help me'?
- Oh, um, I'm gonna help her.
- Okay.
- I'll see you tomorrow.
- All right.
- Okay.
Bye, little one.
- Bye We-
- Have fun.
- Thank you.
- Drive safe.
- Okay, come on.
- Sarah!
It's me, oh my gosh.
- What are you doing?
- I was like ahh.
I brought wine though.
- Shh, shh, shh.
- Oh, the little one.
We can...
- Here, I'll take that.
- We can go, no.
- Shh.
- Should we go into the lobby bar?
- No, no, no,
- I mean, there's like a couch and stuff.
- Shh, just sit down my bed.
There's a glass in here.
- Oh, Sarah, you love me.
I don't know if it's a turn or twisty off.
I love you.
And I don't know.
- You want some coffee or something?
- No.
I'm already late.
Okay, all right, I gotta go.
Go, go, go, go. go, go, go.
So many things to do, it's like,
there's like all these
lists and all these things
and like I swear, Jessica's
having like a new idea
every single day.
- You know, I can help with anything.
- Really?
That would be great,
actually, il you could help.
There's a lot to be done
and I'm kind of like at my wit's end.
- Yeah, sure.
- Great.
My mom's coming.
All right, I really do have to go.
I'll see you later.
And I'll text you Jessica's number and...
- Mindy!
- Did I forget something?
- No.
Do you have time to talk'?
- About what?
Are you mad at me'?
- Yeah, I just, honestly,
I feel like I've seen you
for like five minutes
altogether now, like...
- I know but I'm getting married.
Don't be so hard on me.
- I know, I'm not,
I'm not being hard on you.
It's not...
- I mean,
that's why I came over
last night, you know'?
I bring us wine, we were gonna like
old times sake, you know'?
- Yeah, but then like, okay.
Like, what was that though?
- Rm sorry.
- It's fine.
I'm not, I don't wanna upset you.
I'm not trying to, like I'm not,
I know you've got a lot going on.
- I'm really glad that you're here.
It's really nice to see you.
I miss you.
Okay, I'm gonna run.
- Um...
Yeah, I can do that.
No, no, it's fine, I'll do it.
How's it going?
You guys having fun?
Yeah, I'm good.
- Was that Mindy?
- Yeah.
- She all right'?
- Yeah, she's fine.
She's um...
- Good.
- Going to get a massage so I have to-
- You just need to say the name.
Or just point to.
- Okay, Hannah?
I just did this one.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- I'm going to pick her mom
up at the airport at 2:00.
- That's great you're picking her up.
- I'm gonna do Sam.
- It's kind of you to do that
so your friend could have a massage.
- Mommy, look, I'm a man!
- Yeah, oh my god.
- Doesn't it look great?
- That's really cute.
- You look like a cartoon.
- How small do you want these?
Do want them, is that good or smaller?
- Yeah, that's
about the right size.
- Where's Mindy?
- I don't know, where is Mindy?
I think she's with my sister.
- Doing?
- I don't know, I think
they're doing girl stuff.
You don't have to cook all this, Mom.
We got caterers coming.
- I know.
You know how much I love to
make sweet potato casserole.
- Yes, I do.
- Makes me feel
like he's here with us.
- Yeah.
- You're doing great.
- Why did your father die?
- Oh, well he got sick.
- How?
- Oh, he got a really, really bad cold.
And then he died.
- Were you really sad'?
- I was pretty sad.
- Did you cry?
- I did cry a little bit.
- I would have
never stopped crying.
- Oh yeah.
You know, when people die,
they don't really leave,
they just go into your heart.
- Mmm, love that.
- Like an invisible daddy?
- Yeah, they're invisible.
But they're still right here, you know?
- Did you cry, Jessica?
- Sometimes crying's
the right thing to do.
- Anybody else need a
mustache or just us over here'?
- Forward.
- Yeah.
- Backward, forward.
- Yep-
And then...
- Jessie, we have to go
to the airport and get Mindy's mommy.
- No.
- Yeah, really, we really,
really have to go now.
- No way.
- I can watch her if you want.
- Are you sure'?
- Yeah, oh, I don't mind.
She's helping.
- Okay.
- Check this out.
- Wow, that's awesome.
- Hey!
- Sorry, sorry,
sorry, sorry, sorry.
I really do, I love you, bye.
- Good job, man.
See ya!
- Bye!
- See ya later.
- Later, alligator.
- After while, crocodile.
- Yeah.
- Eleanor!
I'm so sorry
- Hi!
It's freezing out here.
- I know.
I'm just parked right up here.
- I am so cold.
- Okay, let me get that.
- I've been standing
out there for the last...
- Sorry.
- Half hour, I...
- How was the flight?
- It was just
dreadful, actually.
I don't know, everybody was sneezing.
It was so uncomfortable.
It was so last minute and
I couldn't fly first class,
I had to fly coach.
Wanted to kill myself.
Why didn't Mindy pick me up?
- She was going to and then
I think she had some last
minute wedding stuff to do
so she asked me to do it.
Um, I think she's just stressed and busy.
- She always was a little selfish.
Do you like him?
Do you like the family?
- I like 'em.
They're nice.
They seem nice.
She seems very happy.
He's nicer than,
definitely nicer than
other boyfriends she's had.
- So how...
How are you, is it Dale'?
- Dean.
- How is he?
- He's good.
I mean, we're kinda separated
right now, but it's fine.
- Hey!
. Hey-
- Makes your
waist look teeny weenie.
All right, you.
Flower girl dresses.
- It's like so official.
You know?
- Get over here.
- It's like
you're getting married
it is official.
Someone, wait, wait, let's see.
- Well hold on,
let's try the veil first
so so you can get the whole picture.
- Hi!
- Hey
- How are the flowers?
- Oh, they're good.
They're good, they're um...
White and pink.
- And like the off-white, right?
- Yeah, I mean, it's like a white rose.
- Okay.
- So it's like...
- I think that'll be good.
Thanks for helping out.
It's like, I know it's been crazy.
- Oh, beautiful!
- Oh my gosh.
- Wow.
- It's like, yeah.
What are you thinking?
- Um, I think it's beautiful,
I just don't know if it's me.
- Yeah.
- Maybe something less...
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Yeah, just and
fitted and maybe lacy?
I know it's really last
minute, so thank you
so much for helping.
- I understand.
- I'm sorry that you're
not part of the wedding.
I was thinking about it last night
and I was like.
- I honestly really don't care.
- I know, but,
I mean, I actually want you to be in.
- I am part of the wedding.
I'm the flower girl's mom.
- I just didn't even
know if you wanted to...
- I don't, I wouldn't have.
I don't like attention on myself.
- I wasn't sure
that you'd even say yes, so.
Or you were gonna come at all.
I haven't seen you.
- Okay, we have
another, another option.
- Okay.
Should I?
Can I unbutton?
- What do you think?
- Um",
- Mom, you play a song.
- Hm, a song, oh.
- Is there anywhere I can put this?
- Yeah, for sure.
- No!
- Do you have...
- Ready?
Right, it's the night before.
- I think we're out of wine.
Guys, right?
Any down there, or we're done'?
- I can go get more wine.
- This still isn't opened.
- I feel like we need more.
- Sarah, will you babysit?
- Will I babysit?
- This group tonight.
Someone has to-
- Oh.
I thought you were telling
me you're pregnant.
- No, I, unless, maybe'?
- No, right'?
Are you?
- Surprise!
No, I'm kidding.
- Well you never know.
I mean, you know.
- No, kidding, kidding.
- You're joking.
- Just make sure she doesn't...
- I'm so hungry.
- When is this food coming'?
- It's coming, Mom.
I say that to him all the time.
- Hey.
- I have a joke.
I have a joke, there's a,
we have a family tradition
where I tell jokes, and
on this particular day
I have a very special joke about family.
- Come here, come sit down.
Go sit down, go sit down.
- Jessie knows this joke very well.
I think, right'?
'Cause you have a grandpa.
And so there's this kid and his grandpa
and he's smoking, the kid's smoking...
- No, the kid is smoking?
- She's so smart.
The grandpa's smoking,
the kid is not smoking
and the boy goes to the grandfather,
"Can I have a cigarette?"
And the grandfather says,
"Does your dick reach your asshole?
And you got it.
And so the boy says no
and so the grandpa says,
"Well then you can't have a cigarette."
And so then the next
day, grandpa's boozing.
Cheers to gramps..
And the little boy says,
"Gramps, can I have a drink?"
And grandpa says, Can your
dick reach your asshole yet?"
And the boy says no and the grandpa says,
Then you, you know, you
can't have any of my beer."
The next day the boy has a cookie
and the grandpa goes
up to him and he says,
"Grandson, that cookie looks so delicious.
"Can I have a bite?"
And the little boy says,
"Well grandpa, can your
pee-pee touch your bum?
And the grandpa says, As
a matter of fact, it can.
And the kid said, "Well, good,
Grandpa, go fuck yourself.
"This is my cookie.
That's the end.
Soto Leif and Mindy.
- Sweet, classy, classy gal.
- Take it away.
- To love.
- To love.
- That's beautiful.
Jessica, thank you.
I'm just gonna go check on the food.
- Please, no more jokes.
- I'm just checking on the food.
I'm just going to the bathroom.
- Do you need help, Lil'?
- Are we doing
sincerity or more dirty jokes?
- Is she okay?
- You okay, Lil?
' Yep.
' Okay.
- No, it's great.
Yeah, it's normal.
- So we're going out later.
Okay, I need you to listen
to Jessica tonight though
because I'm not gonna be home
until very, very, very, very late.
No movies.
No movies, you need to get to bed.
Okay, I love you.
I'm okay, sorry.
I think I'm getting like a chest cough.
- A chest thing?
So many guys and dicks.
- So many guys-
- Too many dicks.
Go back down don't touch the ground
Go back down don't touch the ground
- That was so gross.
It got both my eyes.
Go back down don't touch the ground
I was met on the road
by a face that was mine
Echo chambers and spoke
with diamonds in mind
You can never go home
if you were never shown
Spots on the irises bleed
where the numbers were born
Go back down don't touch the ground
Go back down don't touch the ground
Go back down don't touch the ground
Go back down don't touch the ground
- It's just pizza.
- It's just pizza.
It's pizza.
' Okay.
- Uh-huh, and I'm
being blindfolded for a pizza?
' Yep.
- Oh, pizza's here.
Mmm, pizza.
- All right, ready?
- Surprise!
- No, no, no, no, don't let her escape!
Do what with which you can't explain
Or what you've never seen
Take your ship you own the ship
Your ship that's coming in
Do what you can't you
can't you can't you can't
You can't you get it in
- You can do this!
- I can't do it!
- You can do it.
- Oh my god!
- There was no one else available.
- Oh my god.
- Squirt him!
Squirt him!
- She's getting married.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you, thank you.
It's gonna be so much fun.
- Good luck, he said.
- He's like good luck, right.
I'm so glad you're here!
- I'm not kidding, when you're pregnant,
your vagina gets huge.
- Why is it disgusting?
- No!
- It gets really big.
- I think it's
just because it's like...
- No wait, tell us why.
- More reasons for us to
not fucking have kids.
- No.
I think it becomes a bit more.
- I think I'd know.
It gets gross.
- She would know.
She has a kid.
- Did it ever go back to normal'?
- Did it ever like shrink?
Is it now bigger like...
- No, I had 'em sew it back up.
- You had like extra
stitches and everything.
- All right do ii.
- Yes, you can.
- Okay, ow!
- Cheers!
- Oh my god.
- Woo!
- That was so strong.
I love this song!
I love this song!
Took my hand and said
Let me take you to All
Let me let me
Take you take you
Let me let me
- Take it off!
Off, off, off!
I'm strong to be
In true fire lies my name
My name my name my name
But for some reason everyone
- Fireball'?
- I think we need.
I want a water.
- Tequila, tequila.
- But yeah.
- Okay-.
'Cause I was taught when I
Was young
That crying means you lost the game
You lost the game
You lost the game
Oh you lost the game
You lost the game
- What's wrong with your face'?
- Hmm'?
- Your face.
Honey, you look terrible.
Okay, fine.
Let's just...
Do you think I did a bad job with you'?
- I think that it's hard,
regardless, you know,
people make a lot of mistakes
and you do a lot of things right.
And I feel like I turned out okay.
Do you think you did a bad job with me'?
I mean, like, that's...
- You're so far away
from me, I never see you.
I feel like I've done the best I can do,
you know, under the
circumstances we were in.
I feel like you're, there's
a lot of separation.
And sometimes I feel
you're very angry at me.
- We don't have to do this.
Let's just be supportive.
- I just don't
understand why you are doing this.
- What?
- This.
- Say it.
- Why are you getting married'?
- Simple, what do you think?
- You look beautiful.
- I don't know.
I don't know if it's right.
It's like so long, you know'?
- Mommy.
- Princess Jessie.
- Wow.
- Two flowers?
- That's beautiful.
- Do you like two?
- Look at me, let me see.
- You wanna see your mom'?
- That's good.
- Do you wanna go show Mindy'?
- I'm a little tanker.
Beep, beep, beep, beep.
- What am I?
- You're a beautiful bride.
- Can I have a hug'?
- Careful, careful.
- It's okay, it's okay.
Can I just, I want one minute.
I'm just gonna like...
- Sure.
- Give Mindy a minute.
- Yeah of course.
- Get it together and like.
- Let me get some champagne.
- Oh yeah, do you want,
come and drink with us.
- Sarah, will you, will you stay, just.
- Yeah.
- You nervous?
- I don't know.
How do you feel'?
- Good, I'm excited.
- You nervous?
- I'm nervous for you, yeah.
- I feel like I'm gonna vomit.
- Maybe you should throw up a little bit.
- Yeah, I think I'm just, I'm...
- Mindy.
Put this on.
- Thank you.
- What are you doing?
- I don't know, I
just had to get out of there.
It was like I can't breathe.
You wanna go for a walk?
- Sure, but I feel like
we should get back.
- Just a little bit.
Why did you come?
- 'Cause it's my
best friend's wedding.
- Yeah, but why did you come?
- 'Cause I miss you.
All the time.
- So why don't you call me?
- I was scared.
- I just thought that
after that night, you know,
that there was...
- Yeah, but you left.
- Sorry I didn't stay.
I don't know what to do.
- I love you.
- I love you so much.
I'll always love you.
- We should get going.
- Thank you.
- We gather
in the presence of God
to give thanks for the gift oi marriage.
To witness the joining
together oi Leif and Mindy.
To surround them with our prayers.
Let us pray.
Gracious God, you are always
faithful in your love for us.
Look mercifully upon Leif and Mindy,
who have come seeking your blessings.
Leif, do you take Mindy
as your lawful wife?
" I do.
- And Mindy, do you take Leif
as your lawful husband?
- I do.
- I now pronounce
you husband and wife.
- A surprise attack.
- Ladies and gentlemen,
I'd like to introduce
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling.
- We have done it.
- Wait!
Dying of yearning
Dripping fucking wet
It's so fun in the morning
Leaving your bed
Back to where I belong
With my giant brokenhearted love song
And if it's all the same in the morning
After we're both well-fed
The only thing the heart craves
Is what's been left unsaid
And our bodies speak in volumes
In and out the bed
But I'm getting fat now
Pretty darling
And still starving
For what's not being said
And why can't we
Be glad
And if every little pretty piece we have
And why's sex so easy baby
When you've nothing left to say to me
And I wish you felt the same
And I wish I could run away
And live where I belong
With my giant brokenhearted
Love song
Too many times in the day
Wanting to say
Feels like a stranger in front of you
Saying those words I love you
Sighing this morning
I drowned in my bed
Happily mourning my common sense
Safe where I belong
With my giant brokenhearted
Love song