Bridge and Tunnel (2021) s01e04 Episode Script

Just Friends

- Previously on Bridge and Tunnel
- When you leave,
this is over.
Why does it have to be over?
You've got this great guy who loves you.
Take advantage of that.
Says our futures aren't compatible.
What would you do if Tammy
wanted to hook up with you?
Bueno, that's better.
Very professional.
Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
Do me a fucking favor, Tammy,
and don't tell me what to do.
Maybe it's time for me to get
my fucking shit together, right?
Just like we said, huh?
Just like all of yous are fucking
telling me all the time?
Okay, here, like, we always
sort of, like we go back G,
- but maybe E minor instead?
- Yeah.
Okay. So Okay.
So give it to me again.
He's cute enough despite
his crooked teeth ♪
I love that. I love that.
- So maybe, like, G.
- He's cute enough ♪
- Despite ♪
- That work?
- Yeah.
- And maybe
All right, sorry to interrupt
you, Hall and Oates,
but it seems that my copy of
Cornerstone has gone missing.
Yeah, I burned it.
- Where the fuck is it?
- I'm completely serious.
I told you if I had to hear
"Babe" one more time,
I was throwing that
shit in the fireplace.
Okay, I can't tell if
you're joking or not,
but until I find it,
I'm gonna add another $6.99
to what you owe me.
Can you believe that
I'm actually related
to somebody who not only loves Styx
- but also hates The Clash?
- You do not.
Okay, I do not hate The Clash.
I'm saying that they're overrated.
I mean, they get all this great reviews
and this great press.
Meanwhile, a truly awesome band
like Styx is fucking crucified
and unjustly maligned by
every single rock magazine.
[CHUCKLES] I'm sorry.
You're shitting me.
A truly awesome band, Styx?
I'd take "Come Sail Away"
over "London Calling"
any day of the week.
You're obviously a fucking idiot.
- I concur.
- Ha, ha, ha, ha.
Well, if you two really feel like that,
when I become a big
shot in the music biz,
don't come crawling to me for help.
That's not something
you need to worry about.
- We won't.
- Oh, cool.
Why don't you sail the fuck away?
I'm gonna be lonely ♪
[SINGING TOGETHER] Without you ♪
I better find that fucking album.
- You're not gonna find it.
[LAUGHING] You're not gonna find it.
People smile and tell
me I'm the lucky one ♪
I swear, I-I don't know
what the fuck I'm gonna do.
No, this was my seventh interview
the past two weeks,
and I haven't gotten
one single call back.
Maybe it's a good thing, you know?
I mean, you were saying that
you saw all those people
sitting at those desks day after day.
It just looked like a death
sentence to you, so
I know, but what other
options I have, hm?
I gotta get a job.

Hey, Rosie?
Do you mind covering my two-top for me?
Yeah, don't worry. I got it.
Thank you.
Hey, you remember back in high school,
you used to come in here all the time,
sitting over there at that
booth by the window,
and stay for hours working on
those comic books of yours?
Yeah? You still do those?
- Uh, no, definitely not.
- No?
No, come on, it's just like it
says in the Bible, you know,
"When I was a child,
I did childish things,
but when I became a man,
I set aside my childish ways."
I don't think that's childish at all.
I mean, I think that they showed
that you had an actual talent,
but, hey, I mean,
I'm sure you're gonna make a
very talented accountant too.
What is it with this idea
you have in your head of me
being some kind of an artist?
What, that I actually see
that you have this gift
and that you are talented?
I don't know.
You're saying that these interviews
aren't going well anyway.
Maybe maybe you can
do something with this.
You know?
Dad, we've got a situation.
It's Jill calling for Jimmy.
What do you want me to do?
Oh, shit, really?
Is he home?
Yeah, he's in the darkroom.
All right, well, I'm gonna
leave it up to you.
I wash my hands of the entire affair.
Hey, Jimmy, you down there?
I'm busy!
What are you doing? Jerking it?
No, I'm working!
Now get the hell out of here!
Okay, then, I'll just let Jill know
you're too busy jacking off
to come to the phone then.
No, no, no, no, don't you dare!
- You wanna you wanna talk to her?
- Give me the phone.
Give me the phone.
Hey. Is it a good time to talk?
Yeah, yeah, of course.
Good, 'cause I got a
proposition for you.
Okay, I'm listening.
Oh, me too. What'd she say?
So you remember my friend Juliana?
You took those head
shots for her last year.
Her and her boyfriend,
they just broke up,
so I think I'm gonna
set her up with Pags.
- What do you think?
- Oh, really?
That's that's your proposition?
Yeah. She was over here last night,
and I showed her that photo
that you took of all of us.
You remember the one where we're
sitting on the lifeguard stand?
And she thinks he's cute, so
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
I remember that one.
That was, uh, July 4th last summer.
Oh, what a great day
even better night, as I remember.
[WHISPERS] Shut the fuck up.
Get the fuck out of here.
Yeah, I mean, it was a good night,
but that's not what I'm calling about.
So do you think he'd be into her?
I think he's gonna die from shock
when he hears a girl that cool
would even want to talk to him.
[LAUGHS] Good.
So give him my number. Tell him to call.
She's gonna be here this weekend,
so it would be a good opportunity
to introduce them.
All right. Yeah, I'll give
him the number.
What about you? How you been?
Good, I guess. And you?
I've been all right.
You know, working for my
pops, not doing much else.
You don't want to mention
the darkroom, jacking off?
Please shut the fuck up.
Are you counting down
the days till you leave?
[CHUCKLES] Yeah, I-I guess.
Thanks for doing this.
Hopefully I'll get to see
you before you take off.
Yeah, maybe.
Okay, bye.
So how late you gotta work tonight?
Yeah, the other girl called in sick,
- so I'm stuck here all night.
- Oof.
- Yeah.
- That sucks.
I was, um, kinda hoping
you'd be down to hang out.
- Oh, really?
- Yeah.
Hey, it's cool if you can't.
No, well, I mean, maybe
I can do something
tomorrow night, you know?
Unless you already have plans.
No, I-I don't have any plans.
- Yeah?
- So you want to do something then?
Yeah, yeah, I'd I'd love to.
Um, what do you want to do?
I don't know. We could
we could take it easy.
Go to the movies or
something just chill.
Or we can go into the city.
We can go dancing.
You know, we can go to, um, Danceteria
or, um or The World.
Oh, Mikey, I went last weekend,
The World is, like, this dance club,
and they have all these different
levels, and it's different music
- on each level, so you can go
- No, hey, look, I get it.
That all sounds real fun, but all
those places probably have a cover.
Well, I'll take care of it.
I mean, don't worry about it.
All you have to do is pick
me up at my place at 8:30
That's gonna be another problem.
- Oh.
- Yeah, my old man,
he's just being a real big ball-buster.
Won't let me use the car until
I get a freaking job, so
You want to pick me up?
Yeah, I'll I'll pick you
up then at 8:30, okay?
- Yeah.
- Yeah?
I didn't realize that you needed
- your beauty sleep, both of you.
- 10:30 at night.
- Whoa, excuse me, young lady,
but why are you getting up
from the table during dinner?
- Because the phone is ringing.
- Yeah,
and the phone is there
for our convenience,
not the caller's. Sit down.
- Maybe it's Mom.
- Mom?
It's already after midnight in Rome.
She should already be
asleep, and if she's not,
- I don't want to know about it.
- Dad, you're freaking bananas,
and I'm overriding you on this
because it could be for me.
The Farrell residence.
It's Jill. Again.
You had to answer it,
right? You happy now?
Hey. [CLEARS THROAT] How's it going?
So I just got off the
phone with Juliana,
and she can't do next weekend
'cause she's gotta work,
so she's wondering
if he's free tomorrow night.
Well, yeah, I'll ask, but
I doubt it's a problem.
Also she's feeling a
little bit freaked out
about going on a blind date, so
she's asked if I'll come along.
What do you mean, like a chaperone?
No, just to make it less awkward.
Don't you think your being there
will make it more awkward?
I don't fucking know. She's insisting.
Well, look, here's what we could do.
It might be a crazy idea,
but what if I come along as well,
and we do it like a double date?
But you and me will just be
there as friends, all right?
Just to make it a little
less awkward for them.
Yeah, I don't think
that's such a good idea.
- What did she say?
- None of your fucking business.
Wh I mean, what is it now?
We can't even be friends? Is that it?
Oh, okay, you want to be friends?
'Cause, you know, I can be friends.
- I'm just worried about you.
- Absolutely.
That's what I miss more than
anything, our friendship.
Oh, my God, Dad, did you hear that?
- I'm gonna puke.
- I did. Pathetic!
Look, it doesn't have to be a big deal.
I can do this as friends, I promise.
- Jill, he's lying!
- Okay, sure, why not?
But it's gotta be tomorrow night.
It's her only night off this week,
so hopefully he can make it.
Oh, hey, don't worry. He'll make it.
And just so were clear,
you and me, just friends. Nothing more.
Of course, yes. Just friends.
To a love that just won't die.
I hope you know you're
the most pathetic dude
that has ever lived.
Yeah, jealousy will get you nowhere.
Hey, big guy, what can I say?
I mean, thanks are in order again.
I ask for a miracle, and you deliver.
I guess going to mass on
Sunday did the trick, huh?
So, thanks.
Oh, and, uh, thank you for
my mother and my father,
and, uh, I know she's a pain in the ass,
but thank you for my sister, too.
He's a bully on the back of the bus ♪
But I could learn to love him ♪
I can learn to love him ♪
- I could learn to love ♪
- I can learn to love him ♪
- I can learn to love it ♪
- I can learn to love it ♪
I can learn to love it ♪
I can learn to love him ♪
That's that's great, really good.
I was listening from inside.
Is that, like, a new song or something?
The answer's no.
You don't even know
what I'm gonna ask yet.
Yes, I do.
You have a hot date tonight,
and you want the car.
How could you possibly know that?
Oh, I told her about the date,
but I knew nothing about the car.
Thank you for that.
Yeah, can I have the car tonight?
You can have it tomorrow.
No. Unless you are
willing to make a deal.
Um, how much money
do I know you, exactly?
- 537 bucks.
- Get the fuck out of here.
Wait, when did I cross the $500 mark?
Well, let's take a look-see, shall we?
Here we go.
Yeah, you were in for 474 in March.
- Okay.
- Then you took out a $50 loan
- to fix that amp.
- Shit.
Eight bucks for gas the other day.
And let's not forget the $6.99
for the Styx album that you torched.
Okay, okay, I will give you
the car on one condition.
Yeah, no problem.
I'll take 20 bucks off,
and then we'll have it done.
- Can you believe this man?
Pags, you're gonna have
to do better than that.
Yeah, definitely.
Hey, Genie, why the fuck are
you getting involved here?
Oh, um, because I happen to
know what's at stake here.
Jimmy showed me a picture of this chick
that you're supposed
to go out with tonight,
and let me just say, she is gorgeous.
Way the fuck out of your league.
- Oh, really? Really?
- Way the fuck. Like
Okay, so I can see why
this is so important,
so I'm gonna make you a deal.
Um, I will give you the car
if you knock me down to an even 400.
What? That's over 100 bucks.
And I want you to admit right now
that The Clash rock and Styx sucks.
This is bullshit.
No, no, this is, like
this is coercion.
No, no, it's worse. This is duress.
This is a contract made under duress,
which is illegal, by the way.
Do you wanna call the cops?
'cause it sounds like
you're under duress.
Okay, fine. Fine, you got a deal.
Okay. Come on, I want
to hear you say it.
Nice, loud, and clear.
[QUIETLY] The Clash rock.
Sorry, I couldn't hear you.
- The Clash rock.
- Thank you.
And Styx
are better than them.
- Ah, come on.
- Okay, no. I'm not gonna do this.
This is bullshit. You know why?
'Cause when I believe in a band,
I don't sell them down the river, okay?
I'm loyal, which is gonna make me
a great fucking music attorney.
You know what?
Fuck this. I'm gonna take a fucking cab.
- Shut up. Shut up.
- Okay.
Nicky, Nicky, you can have the car.
So a double date?
- No, we're chaperoning.
- Oh, you're chaperoning.
Yeah, we're just gonna
keep them company,
help them break the ice.
[CHUCKLES] You are so
full of shit. I'm sorry.
Hey, why would you say
something like that?
Because you know that
that is not what this is.
I mean, even if you want to
convince yourself otherwise.
- Come on, Jill.
- No, I don't know that.
What I do know is that I'm
trying to do a good deed
- for my good friend, Juliana.
- Oh, okay, and I wish them well.
I really do, but you need to
admit something to me first.
- Yeah?
- You miss Jimmy,
and you want to hang out with him,
and that's why you're doing this.
Yeah, of course I miss him
and want to hang out with him,
- but just as a friend.
- Okay, keep telling yourself that.
I have something to admit to you, too.
I also have a date tonight.
Is it with Mikey?
- Okay, have you told Stacey?
- No.
- Are you going to?
- Why would I do that?
I mean, it's not like they're
seeing each other anymore.
Because she's been one of your
best friends since junior high.
- You have to tell her.
- Um, do I though?
Because, I mean, the past few
years, I've barely seen her.
I mean, since I went to college,
- I've barely hung out with her.
- It doesn't fucking matter.
Doesn't it, though?
Yeah, it does!
It doe
So y so I'm right,
and so it doesn't matter.
You know, Pags, I find
it very interesting
you don't have any problem
with me talking to Jill again.
That's 'cause it's for a
good cause, my friend.
Yeah, and the fact that she
and I will be joining you
on this double date,
you're okay with that, too?
Again, a noble cause.
You know, if you weren't
helping out your brother,
I'd be against it, but since it's
for the good of the brotherhood,
how can I not support it?
What does this girl look like anyhow?
Dude, fucking gorgeous. Off the charts.
Why the fuck does she want
to go out with him then?
You heard the man.
She took one look at my picture
and thought, "I like this guy."
You know, she probably
looked at my kind face
and thought, "That
looks like a good guy.
"That looks like a guy I can
have a nice conversation with.
That looks like a guy I could have
a real connection with." You know?
You know what that
sounds like to me, Pags?
- Huh?
- A guy that's not gonna get laid.
Whoa, Mikey, yep, yep.
Hold it right there, Mike.
Hey, Scavullo, enough
with the fucking pictures.
This is getting fucking weird, isn't it?
Just fucking keep doing
what you're doing
and don't look at the lens.
Gorgeous. Perfect.
Hey, so, what do you think?
I hope you don't mind.
I took the liberty, I framed it,
I hung it up, and I gotta admit,
I think it looks pretty fucking great.
Yeah, I noticed that, thanks.
And I hope you know how proud
your mother and I are of you.
It was quite the sight seeing
you up on stage getting this.
Gotta admit,
the old man even might've
shed a little bit of a tear.
Oh, Yeah? That's a surprise.
Well, thanks.
And, uh, I promise I-I'll pay
you back for the tuition.
Do me a favor. Don't worry
about that for now, all right?
You've already exceeded our expectations
by getting the job at
National Geographic.
But what I did want to talk
to you about was you and Jill.
I mean, are you sure this is a
good idea, this date tonight?
Dad, come on.
I mean, what is it with you and
Mom always ganging up on Jill?
- How come you don't like her?
- That's not it. We like her fine.
You just made us a little
nervous last summer
when you started talking
about getting married.
Jeez. But I wasn't saying I wanted
to get married anytime soon.
I was talking about in the future.
And you know what?
I think that's what scared her off, too.
I always do that, you know?
I get too emotional,
and then I get caught up in a moment,
and I say what I feel,
and it bites me in the ass.
It's called passion.
And that emotion you're describing
is what makes you an artist.
All right, so you don't want
to beat yourself up over that.
You want to embrace that
part of your personality.
Yeah, I don't know. I don't know.
I-I think it comes across
too intense for some people.
But you know what? Too bad about them.
You remember when you were looking
at the Bruce Davidson pictures
and you were describing to
me how they made you feel?
To feel like that is a gift,
and you don't want to give that up.
- Maybe you're right.
- Of course I'm right. I'm your father.
I mean, speaking of gifts,
though, come on.
I gotta admit, kid,
you look pretty sharp.
Actually, you kind of
remind me of somebody.
- Paul Newman?
- Uh, no. I was thinking of somebody else.
- Somebody maybe, you know
- Travolta?
- Up yours, kid.
- Oh, you! Yeah.
No, Dad, you were you
were pick number three.
So let me get this straight.
You guys all grew up together
on the same block?
Mm, yeah.
Same grammar school, same junior high,
same high school.
We've been best friends since
we're in the first grade.
But now this guy is abandoning
us in a couple weeks.
Yeah, it's ten days, actually.
Right, right, right. You're
gonna go take some pictures
of some cattle or something
- in Canada, right?
- No, they're not cattle.
They're caribou, the Mulchatna herd,
and it's actually in Alaska, not Canada,
and, um, I'm not gonna
be taking the pictures.
I'll just be assisting the photographer.
Yeah, but it's, like,
way cooler than that.
It's like for National Geographic,
and the photographer's
a huge deal, right?
Okay, excuse me.
How long are you gonna be gone?
Uh, not that long.
Mm, six months, actually.
Is that true? Six months in Alaska?
I hope you don't mind me saying this,
but that sounds like it's gonna be hard
and, uh, maybe even horrible.
No, it's like hey, what's the
photographer's name again?
- Bill Ford.
- So Bill Ford is, like, this amazing
probably the most, like, famous
wildlife photographer in the world.
He's, like, huge.
And he saw one of Jimmy's photos,
and he fucking loved it,
so he just was like,
"You want a job?"
And he said yes, you know?
You should hire her to
do your press releases.
- I just think it's cool.
What the hell? Your brother's
letting you use his car now?
Yeah, I mean, it's mine
till he gets back
from the Army, right?
All right, get the hell in here.
- Come on.
All right, so look, I gotta tell
you right off the bat, all right?
I was kind of hoping you'd be cool
if we don't go to the city tonight.
You know, I just
I don't want to start off
- by mooching off of you.
- No, no.
You're not mooching at all.
I mean, I don't mind paying.
- That's why I offered to go and
- Hey, hey, even still, even still,
I just can we can
we do something else?
You know, something cheap?
Maybe go to The Tavern,
- grab a couple drinks, relax.
- The Tavern.
Um, do
- do you not want to go? Do you
- What? No.
It's just my pride.
Hey, I can't handle you picking
up the covers and the drinks.
It's just too much, all right?
- I'm sorry.
- It's okay,
- yeah, we can go to the
- Hey, hey, can I tell you something?
You look fantastic tonight.
Really, I-I mean, I don't think
I've ever seen you look this great.
You think so?
Hey, look, I know so, all right?
I've always thought you
were fine as hell, really.
I had no idea. You really did?
I always what? Come on.
You know that, and if
it wasn't for Stacey,
I would have asked you
out a long time ago.
- Really?
- Yeah.
How do you think, um
how do you think she would react
if she knew what was
what was happening here?
To be honest, I don't
think she'd give a shit.
Yeah, why would you say that?
Because I just
Because we haven't done anything.
Are my shining star ♪
Don't you go away ♪

Oh, baby ♪
Wanna be right here ♪
Um, I
I think I need to get a drink first.
I think maybe we should do that,
if that's okay with you.
- Okay, yeah.
- Are you sure?
Yeah, that's okay.
Yeah, hey, only if I
get the first round.
Okay, the first round can be on you.
I'll take it. I'll take it.
Yeah, let's let's get a drink first.
And what about you, Nicky?
Jill said you're going to
law school next year.
Yeah, that, uh that is the plan.
Right now I'm wait-listed
at Brooklyn Law,
so everything kind of hangs on that,
- but I should hear any minute.
- Nice.
What kind of law do
you want to practice?
I want to be a music attorney.
You know, represent bands,
do the record deals, stuff like that.
Yeah, Pags is a music
fanatic. Let me tell you.
Ever since junior high, he's
been dragging us to shows,
all these random bands
no one's ever heard of.
- Really?
- Guilty.
What are you listening to right now?
Uh, right now, I'm obsessed with St
"London Calling."
You know, The Clash's new album.
Thank fucking God.
I thought you were gonna say Styx.
We'd have to get the check right now.
- Have you told him what I do?
No, but this is why I thought you
guys would be a good match.
So what is it that you do, Juliana?
I write for Billboard magazine,
mostly doing concert reviews.
Get the fuck out of here.
Wait, so what do you do?
You just go to concerts
and write about them?
Yeah, and I get in for free.
Drinks are comped.
No shit! That's so cool.
How how the hell
did you get that gig?
Well, I like to think
I'm a good journalist.
I mean, that's fucking awesome.
I mean, that's got to be the
coolest job I've ever heard.
Thank you.
Ooh, James, let me get this
as a thank you for the two
of you for setting this up.
No, no, no, I'm paying half,
- and you're paying half.
- Wait, why are you paying half?
We'll just split it four ways.
Ah, no dice.
Look, I don't mind if you two split it,
but at least let me pay for
me and Juliana, you know.
We're the ones on a date.
Yeah, and let me pay for you and me,
- babe, come on.
- Absolutely not.
Unlike these two, we are not on a date.
This is just us as friends.
And, Pags, you know what?
You don't have to pay for me either.
Just to make it less complicated,
we'll all go Dutch.
Uh, w-well, we're still
on a on a date right?
I'm just saying I'm having
a really nice time,
and I want to make sure that this us out
as more than just friends, you know?
I'm not trying to rush you,
but I just want to make
it official, you know?
Yes, this can be considered a date.
I'd even go so far as to
say a successful one.
Hey, ladies, uh, just give us a second.
I think Pags is in the bathroom
fucking hyperventilating.
So we'll meet you across
the street, all right?
- Okay.
- All right.
So, what do you think?
He's cute. He's funny.
But he lives out here on Long Island.
- How's this gonna work?
- So you'll take the train.
- I do it all the time.
- No.
No, next time he's gonna
come see me in the city.
Ooh, okay.
[GRUNTING] Dude, I'm in love.
- Oh, yeah?
- She's awesome, pretty.
Did you notice her smile?
- Her teeth?
- Yeah, mm-hmm.
She's got the most amazing teeth.
Yeah, I didn't really notice
her teeth, but, uh, yeah,
it seemed like you two were
hitting it off pretty good.
Come on, I thought it went great.
And she works in the music biz.
I mean, this girl's,
like, perfect for me.
- It's like a match made in heaven.
- Yeah.
How was I?
Right, I didn't say
anything stupid, did I?
- You think she likes me, right?
- Yeah, no, dude.
You're you're in
good shape, all right?
I don't know. After tonight,
I'm not seeing too many
double dates after this.
Yeah, that "just friends"
line was kind of rough.
Eh, you'll be all right. Come on.
Sorry for the wait.
So what do you guys want to do now?
Before we do anything,
I want to talk to you.
- Me?
- Over here, yeah.
What's going on?
Is the sky blue?
Whoa, what's going on?
- What was that about?
- I don't know.
I just wanted to kiss you.
You got a problem with that?
So I guess you're used to seeing this.
Yeah, it's been like this
since seventh grade.
I can't believe they just sit here
and make out like this in public.
Why? I mean it's not like
anyone's watching them.
We are.
Well, you know, we don't
we don't need to be.
We could join them.
That came out no, we
don't not join them.
I'm saying we could do what
they're we could kiss as well.
I'm sorry, Pags.
I'm just not
No, I'm I'm sorry.
No, that was stupid.
I just thought that you
It's cool. It's okay. I know.
Yeah, it's just not here
right now in the parking lot.
- It's not my thing.
- Oh.
But maybe somewhere else
or at some other time?
Yeah, some other time.
Okay, well, what about next week?
Yeah, yeah, I'd like that.
- Okay, great.
- Great, cool.

Listen, I think you're gonna kill me,
but, um, I think we need to
clear this up with Stacey.
Oh, shit, really? What do you want?
- What are you suggesting?
- Um, I don't know. We could call her.
- Now?
- Mm-hmm.
You want to call her now and say what?
Yeah, we could see if she's, you
know, cool with us hanging out.
No? Okay, is that crazy?
[CHUCKLES] Yes, that's fucking crazy.
But you know what? Here.
I'll even pay for it.
Go ahead, make the call.
Okay, okay, okay.
It's not in the way you look ♪
Or the things that
you say that you'll do ♪
Hold the line ♪

Love isn't always on time ♪
Ugh, I couldn't do it.
Ah, are you serious? Come on. Why not?
Because I know exactly
what she's gonna say
if she answers.
You know, if I don't want
to be her friend anymore,
then yeah, we can date,
but I don't know.
If we do, I'm gonna lose a friend.
But then, on the flip side,
I don't know why we shouldn't
be able to date, you know?
She's she's living in the
city with this guy now,
and it's not like you two
were ever a real couple
or anything like that, right?
I mean, if I want to date you,
I should be able to date you, right?
Exactly. I mean, why do you
think I asked you out, hm?
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- So
I have been thinking about
what you said the other day.
I'm sorry. I can't do it. Um
She's been one of my best
friends since junior high, Mikey.
I don't think I'd ever
feel good about this.
Okay, so so what?
This that's it? We're done?
No, no, I mean, we can still hang out
as friends.
And you can keep coming
to the diner, you know,
and we can have our talks.
It's just I'm gonna
miss you if you don't.
We can be friends.
We can hang out as friends.
That's well, that's
you know what? Yeah, I can do that.
I can do friends. Why not?
Yeah. Yeah.
All right, you two, you want to
come up for air or something?
Yeah, it's time to either get
a room or call it a night.
He's right. We should probably go.
I need to tell you something.
Guys, just give us a minute, all right?
As long as you keep your clothes on.
Look, uh, I've been thinking,
and I'm cool if you want to
you know, if you want to have
your freedom when I leave
if it means a still get to
see you more before I go.

You want to call me tomorrow?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
Hold the line ♪
You got to drive, though.
I'm sure you're tired from kissing.
Good night, Juliana.
I can call you, right?
Yeah, yeah.
Love isn't always on time ♪
Love isn't always on time ♪
Since when are you into The Clash?
Dude, you got to know your personnel.
What are you gonna do,
start singing "Come Sail Away"
at the dinner table?
I'm trying to get a girlfriend here.
All right, good night.
- Bye.
- Good night!
I love you!
[CHUCKLES] Kid said it, oh!
You're beautiful!

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