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Amber: What's goin' on?
Adam: You asked me to be honest with you. I don't have a backup plan. And I don't have a backup plan for my backup plan. I just know that I'm not gonna quit until you get this raise that you deserve. OK? We're family and we're gonna take care of you. OK?
Amber: Thanks boss.
Adam: I love you.
Amber: I love you, too.

Crosby: I love our house. I don't want to leave her. I'm so sorry I got us into this situation.
Jasmine: I love our house, too. You built us a beautiful house and the Luncheonette is an amazing place and you made it happen. But I don't care about any of that. Losing those things doesn't scare me at all. You not talking to me and you running off in the middle of the night? That scares me. Hey. You're my guy. For the rest of my life. You're all we need.

Max: We've now had two dates. Would you like to stay the night?
Dylan: Ummm...
Max: I read online that I can ask that now.
Dylan: Sure!
Kristina: Buddy, I'm gonna weigh in real quick. I don't think going online is the best way to figure that out.
Max: She only likes me a two and a half so there is no desire for intercourse.
Dylan: TMI dude!
Kristina: Alright that is not appropriate, intercourse.

Yes. Everything's growing except my salary.


You're funny and you have nice eyes. You know, when you actually looks directly at someone.


Julia: I am seeing Chris, yes, that is who I have been seeing and I have a right not to feel bad about that.
Joel: You have every right. What you do not have a right to do is to go around introducing our kids to whoever it is you feel like sleeping with that week.

Max: It has come to my attention that there is a basic scale of affection on which all human relationships operate and when a boy and a girl fraternize it's important to understand where on that scale their feelings for each other lie.
Dylan: I missed this part of the talk, but I can dig. What are my options?
Max: The scale is from one to five with five being the peak of affection and one being firmly in the friend zone. In our case I like you at a five. Now, I need to know the best quantitative representation of your feelings for me.
Dylan: Um, how about a two.
Max: I can deal with a two.
Dylan: You can?
Max: Yes. Two was approximately my mother's number for my father when they met, though that changed over time.
Dylan: I see.
Max: In any case, the scale is fluid, and I imagine I have a decade, maybe more, to change your mind. I have to go to class. I will talk to you later Dylan.
Dylan: Hey Asperger's! Maybe a two and a half.

Zeek: We're early?
Crosby: Yeah.
Zeek: I had my eyes closed, I feel like I've gone through time.
Crosby: [laughs] You're a day early.

Crosby: What if I told you you can't dance anymore. You could get hurt dancing.
Jasmine: That's not the same. Let's just talk about it later.

Kristina: Hey bud, what cha doin'?
Max: Studying.
Kristina: The trash?
Max: That's ridiculous. Why would I study the trash? I'm studying Dylan.

You know, you don't have to pretend that you're strong that you feel. You don't. But you have to try. You do.


Ruby: What are you wearing?
Sarah: What?
Ruby: Is that Forever 21?
Sarah: No. It's ah.. sometimes 40, I guess.
Ruby: Nice try.
Sarah: Thanks.
Ruby: Valiant effort.

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On my way back home On My Way Back Home Band of Horses iTunes
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