- 1. - Yes, I'm still on hold.
- And what was this?
- 2. I'm looking at your advertisement
for the airline promotion and giveaway.
- 3. - Ah, this is our frequent flyer plan.
- 4. It's hard to understand
because it says, "In addition to."
- 5. But I can't exactly understand
"in addition to" what?
- 6. Because there's actually
nothing to add it to.
- 7. I think that's a typo then.
- 8. Okay, so just to clarify — I'm sorry.
- 9. Ten purchases of any of your
Healthy Choice products equals 500 miles.
- 10. And with the coupon, the same purchases
would value 1,000 miles?
- 11. That's it.
- 12. Do you realize that the monetary value
of this promotion and the prize
- 13. is potentially worth more
than the purchases?
- 14. I don't know.
- 15. Could I call you back?
- 16. Could I ask you your extension
and your name, possibly?
- 17. It's extension 215 and the name is Carter.
- 18. Carter.
- 19. - Thank you very much, Carter.
- All right.
- 20. Good-bye.
- 21. - I'm not sure what that means.
- If they break or something.
- 22. - What is it, plastic?
- It's, uh, plastic, yeah.
- 23. But that kind of breakage
shouldn't be a problem.
- 24. - Let me call you first thing tomorrow.
- In shipping we have insurance.
- 25. I'm gonna run the numbers,
see what's what. I'll call back.
- 26. Okay. You have my home
phone number, right?
- 27. - What's that for?
- If you wanted to call me.
- 28. - It's not a problem.
- No, I'm fine. I have your work number.
- 29. Okay. Because of the time difference,
if you needed to reach me earlier —
- 30. No, that's fine.
I can just get you at your office.
- 31. - Okay. All right.
- 32. - Bye-bye.
- 33. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- 34. Hi.
- 35. Hi. Do you work at the mechanic?
- 36. No.
- 37. - They're not open yet?
- They don't get open until 8:00.
- 38. Is it okay if I leave my car, you think?
- 39. I don't know. I-I don't know.
- 40. I thought they opened at 7:00.
- 41. - If I left my car, would it be okay?
- Geez, I don't know how they do it.
- 42. - Do you know them?
- Not very well.
- 43. Can I ask you —
Could I trust to leave my key with you
- 44. so that when they get here
you could give it to them?
- 45. Okay, yeah, sure.
- 46. - You think it's okay where I've left it?
- I think it'll be fine, yeah.
- 47. - I can watch it.
- Thanks a lot.
- 48. Keep an eye on it.
- 49. - There's a piano in the street.
- 50. Okay. Maybe I'll see you later.
Thank you for your help.
- 51. Thank you.
- 52. - Maybe I'll see you later when I pick up my car.
- 53. Morning, Barry.
- 54. - You okay?
- 55. Why you wearing a suit?
- 56. I bought one. I thought it would be nice
to get dressed for work.
- 57. And I'm not exactly sure why.
- 58. - May I please show you something?
- 59. What's this?
- 60. I believe this is a small piano.
- 61. It's not a piano. I got a piano at home.
- 62. - Oh.
- Where'd you get it?
- 63. It was dropped in the street.
- 64. Why is it here?
- 65. Barry?
- 66. Crash.
- 67. Barry?
- 68. Morning!
- 69. I don't know.
- 70. Great products. I like both lines.
- 71. - Twenty-four, 48.
- I don't want to end up with extra inventory.
- 72. My boss won't like that.
Can you guarantee all your sales?
- 73. We do back our "fungers" 100%.
- 74. We ask for a 30-to-60-day
display on the floor.
- 75. Barry, your sister's on line one.
- 76. Barry, your sister's on line one.
- 77. I don't think they'll be out that long.
I can almost guarantee you that.
- 78. Let me just get this. It's my sister.
- 79. Not a problem. Not a problem.
- 80. - This is Barry.
- Hey, it's me. It's Rhonda.
- 81. - Are you going to this goddamn party tonight?
- Oh, hi, Rhonda. Yes, I am.
- 82. All right, fine, bye.
- 83. - Bye-bye. I'll see you tonight.
- Well, if it's an order for more cases —
- 84. - Sorry about that.
- it's, uh, free shipping.
- 85. Just wanted to tell you fellas
that we just received a very large order
- 86. from the Rio Hotel and Casino
in Las Vegas.
- 87. We will be supplying
each and every one of their bathrooms
- 88. with the dice and money funger.
- 89. So, these babies are really flying.
With the Aqua-Blast—
- 90. Barry, your sister's on line two.
- 91. Barry, your sister's on line two.
- 92. With the Aqua-Blast, with the little zippers,
the whales and the speedboats,
- 93. we ask for the display to be
at eye level for little children.
- 94. - Barry.
- Let me just get that.
- 95. You know, you can also
color-coordinate these fungers.
- 96. - This is Barry.
- Hey, it's me. What are you doing?
- 97. I have some customers here.
I can't really chat now.
- 98. "Chat"? Did you just say "chat"?
- 99. - Ye — I-I-I can't talk —
- You just fuckin' said "chat." That's so...
- 100. What are you now? "Chat."
- 101. I'm just calling to make sure
that you show up at this party tonight.
- 102. - Oh, yes, I will be there.
- Okay, fine.
- 103. Then you get to go back to chatting
with your precious customers,
- 104. you fuckin' phony, chatty piece of shit.
- 105. Okay. All right. Thank you.
- 106. - I'm really, really tired of it.
- Sorry about that.
- 107. - I didn't know you had a sister.
- Yes, I do.
- 108. I wanted to tell you guys
about the new fungers.
- 109. We've been working on this
and we have a nonbreakable handle, finally.
- 110. Um, let me demonstrate for you.
- 111. Okay, this was one of the old ones.
So, um —
- 112. Do we have a new one around, Lance?
- 113. Sorry about that.
- 114. That's a little embarrassing. Um —
- 115. Barry, your sister's on line four.
- 116. - So how many sisters do you have?
- I have seven.
- 117. Yes.
- 118. And they're calling me because they're having
a party tonight, so they're just calling me.
- 119. I'll be two more minutes, okay?
- 120. This is Barry.
- 121. - What are you doing?
- Hi, Kathleen. I'm just working.
- 122. - You going to the party tonight?
Yes, I am.
- 123. - What are you doing?
- I'm just working.
- 124. - Yeah, but what are you doing?
- I'm... talking on the phone to you.
- 125. I'm standing.
- 126. - What time are you gonna be there?
- 127. - You can't be late. I'm serious.
- I won't. I won't.
- 128. - Seriously. You can't be late.
- I know. I know.
- 129. You can't just not show up like you do.
You have to go. Seriously.
- 130. - Okay. Okay. All right.
- You can't just stay in your house. I'm serious.
- 131. - I'll see you there?
- See you there.
- 132. - Don't puss out.
- 133. Is her car gonna be okay?
- 134. - It's fine.
- 135. Barry, it's your sister.
- 136. - Hi. How are you?
- Hey, Elizabeth.
- 137. - How's it going?
- It's going great.
- 138. - Just stopped by to say hello.
- Terrific. How you doing?
- 139. - So you're going tonight, right?
- Yes, I'll be there.
- 140. - Cool.
- You're going?
- 141. Yes, I am. Actually, I came by to talk
to you about something in particular.
- 142. There's this girl from work who I think is really
cute and really cool, and I want you to meet her.
- 143. So I was thinking about bringing her
to the party tonight. What do you think?
- 144. Yeah, I don't want to do that.
- 145. - Why?
- I just — I don't do stuff like that.
- 146. Well, you don't really do anything.
- 147. Everybody would be looking at me.
- 148. So? What's wrong with looking at you?
It's a free country.
- 149. I just feel like I would be a little tense
and I don't think I'd act like myself.
- 150. Well, that's kind of your fault.
- 151. There's an outside chance
I'm not even coming tonight.
- 152. Oh. Really?
- 153. Everyone said you were coming.
Didn't you tell everybody you were coming?
- 154. I have to renew my gym membership.
- 155. Oh! Right.
- 156. Oh, God, well —
well, that solves everything, actually.
- 157. If you're not gonna come, I can just bring her.
It's not that big of a deal.
- 158. Oh, well, it'll be fine. Great.
- 159. - Please don't.
- I'm just trying to be your friend, Barry.
- 160. Hope you can make it!
- 161. Remember when Barry
used to get all mad?
- 162. - Oh, my God.
- He would freak out.
- 163. Because Rhonda
used to call him "gay boy" all the time.
- 164. Remember the sliding glass door?
- 165. He threw that hammer
through the sliding glass door!
- 166. He got glass in his foot and
Mom and Dad had to take him to the hospital.
- 167. He came home from the hospital and
locked himself in the bathroom with the hammer.
- 168. - Hey! There he is!
- 169. - Hi!
- We were just talking about you.
- 170. Remember when we used to call you "gay boy"
and you'd get all mad?
- 171. - What's that?
- We used to call you "gay boy." Remember?
- 172. You'd be fine, and then we'd call
you "gay boy," you'd just freak out.
- 173. We were calling you gay,
- 174. and you got so mad you threw the hammer
through the sliding glass door.
- 175. - I don't remember that.
- Yes, you do.
- 176. We were calling you "gay boy,"
and you got so mad.
- 177. - Are you gay now?
- I don't know.
- 178. I don't know.
- 179. We were trying to figure out
why you had the hammer.
- 180. - Why are you wearing that suit?
- I-I-I... I don't know.
- 181. - I like the suit.
- Thank you!
- 182. Are you using that dandruff
shampoo I bought you?
- 183. - Yes.
- Barry. Barry.
- 184. - You are?
- Barry, why'd you have the hammer?
- 185. Why did I have the hammer? Wh —
- 186. - He was building a doghouse.
- Oh, okay. Rhonda.
- 187. Happy birthday.
- 188. Thanks for coming.
- 189. Oh, a cake. We have a cake.
- 190. - You got a cake?
- Hey, I was just thinking about you.
- 191. Glad you could make it.
- 192. Mr. Chatty. Hi, Mr. Chatty.
- 193. - You have rice in your hair.
- 194. Did you say hello to your brother-in-laws?
- 195. - Hey, Barry. How you doing?
- Mike. How you doing, pal?
- 196. - Good to see you.
- I saw your car out front. Pretty snazzy.
- 197. - Hey, Barry. How's it goin'?
- Oh, I'm sorry.
- 198. How's it going?
- 199. How's work?
- 200. Business is very food, thank you.
- 201. What's "very food"?
- 202. - What's that?
- You just said, "Very food."
- 203. Oh, I'm sorry.
I meant to say, "Very good."
- 204. Maybe you said "food,"
uh, 'cause you're hungry.
- 205. - You know, you want to eat.
- That makes sense.
- 206. Is your friend here?
- 207. No. You're off the hook, Barry.
- 208. - She couldn't make it.
- Thank you.
- 209. - You nervous?
- 210. You look nervous.
- 211. - I feel very happy.
- Oh, good.
- 212. Did you get your gym membership?
- 213. Tomorrow.
- 214. Hey! I had a girl I was gonna bring for Barry,
and he wouldn't let me do it.
- 215. So, I had this girl I was gonna bring for him,
and she's totally awesome.
- 216. - We work together.
- 217. And he said that, uh,
he couldn't be himself.
- 218. Come on, gay boy.
It's time to eat.
- 219. I don't know. Maybe he's worried
we're gonna give him a bunch of shit about it.
- 220. He said he wouldn't come if I brought her.
- 221. He did? He's such a fuckin' asshole!
Why do you listen to him?
- 222. I don't know.
I was totally gonna bring her.
- 223. - It would've been, like, totally casual.
- Look at him!
- 224. What the fuck is your problem?
- 225. You fucking retard, Barry!
- 226. I'm sorry about that.
- 227. - Sorry about what I did.
- It's all right.
- 228. I wanted to ask you something
because you're a doctor, right?
- 229. Yeah.
- 230. I don't like myself sometimes.
- 231. Can you help me?
- 232. Barry, I'm a dentist. I...
- 233. What kind of help
do you think I can give you?
- 234. I know.
Uh, maybe you know other doctors?
- 235. Like a psychiatrist?
- 236. I just don't have anybody else
I can talk to about things,
- 237. and I understand
it's confidential with a doctor.
- 238. I just, um —
I don't want my sisters to know. Okay?
- 239. 'Cause I'm embarrassed about this.
- 240. Barry, if it's about getting you
a phone number for a psychiatrist,
- 241. I can do that.
- 242. It's not a problem.
- 243. But what exactly is wrong?
- 244. I don't know if there is anything wrong
because I don't know how other people are.
- 245. I sometimes cry a lot...
- 246. for no reason.
- 247. I'm sorry.
- 248. Dollar, 79.
- 249. What am I looking for?
- 250. What am I looking for? Please tell me.
- 251. Talk to me. Talk to me. Talk to me.
- 252. Pudding.
- 253. Oh, I see you.
Richard Seland. Yes.
- 254. All right, Mr. Seland.
- 255. Hi. This is Janice, the operator. Who's this?
- 256. - Hi. How you doing?
- Hi. Is this your first time calling?
- 257. Yes, it is.
- 258. Can I have your credit card number
followed by the expiration date?
- 259. Sure. Uh, how much is this, anyways?
- 260. It's 2.99 per minute for the first half-hour
and 1.99 per minute after that.
- 261. Okay, and it's confidential?
- 262. What do you mean?
- 263. The information I give you,
it's private, confidential?
- 264. Of course. Yeah.
- 265. Would you like to talk to a girl?
- 266. I can connect you with a beautiful girl
- 267. if I can just have your credit card number,
followed by the expiration date.
- 268. Sure. 5-1-0-2...
- 269. 1-7-1-7...
- 270. 8-1-1-8...
- 271. 6-5-5-4.
- 272. Expiration, 05-04.
- 273. And your billing address
and the name as it appears on the card.
- 274. 1274 Moorpark, Sherman Oaks, California,
- 275. Apartment 4, 91403, zip code.
- 276. - And your name?
- Barry Egan.
- 277. And your social security number.
- 278. What for?
- 279. Um, it's just for verification
through the credit card company.
- 280. And this is confidential?
- 281. It's just for us to verify
your credit card information.
- 282. It's completely confidential and it appears
on your credit card as D and D Mattress Man.
- 283. Very good.
- 284. 9-1...
- 285. I'm sorry. 9-1-7...
- 286. It's okay.
- 287. 6-5...
- 288. 5-0-1-2.
- 289. Okay. So hang on, Barry, all right?
- 290. Thank you very much.
- 291. Thank you.
- 292. We're all set.
- 293. Can I have a telephone number, area code first,
on where we can call you back?
- 294. Could you possibly just
connect me to one of the girls?
- 295. It's a callback service.
A girl will call you back.
- 296. Okay, eh...
- 297. I just was calling to speak
with one of the girls.
- 298. I thought that's how it worked.
- 299. - I'm at 8-1-8...
- 300. - 7-7-5...
- 301. 3-9-9-3.
- 302. Okay. And what kind of a girl
would you like to talk to?
- 303. I don't want anybody to know it's me though.
I don't want them to know my name. Okay?
- 304. - Nobody'll know your name.
- Okay, if you could tell her my name is Jack.
- 305. - You want her to call you Jack?
- 306. I just don't want her to know it's me.
- 307. - Okay, that's fine, Jack.
- Thank you. I'm sorry.
- 308. No problem.
So we'll call you right back. Okay?
- 309. - Terrific.
- 310. ever increasing, expanding program.
- 311. Hello, this is Back.
- 312. I'm calling for Jack.
- 313. How you doing?
- 314. Hi. How are you doing?
- 315. - This is Jack.
- This is Georgia.
- 316. - Hiya.
- Hiya. What are you doing tonight?
- 317. Nothing. What are you doing?
- 318. I am laying on my bed.
- 319. Where are you?
- 320. I'm in my bedroom.
- 321. No, I mean, what state.
What city are you in?
- 322. - I'm in California.
- Me too. I'm in California.
- 323. I know you are, baby. I'm in Los Angeles.
- 324. - I'm in Los Angeles too.
- Well, well, well.
- 325. Maybe we should hook up sometime.
What do you think?
- 326. Are you watching a porno movie, Jack?
- 327. No, I'm not, Georgia.
- 328. - Do you like porno movies?
- 329. Yeah?
- 330. So, Jack, are you stroking it?
- 331. No.
- 332. What are you doing then?
- 333. I'm talking to you.
- 334. With your pants off?
- 335. No, my pants are on.
- 336. I'm only wearing a T-shirt and panties.
- 337. - Really?
- Yeah, really.
- 338. And I'm looking at
my shaved pussy in the mirror.
- 339. - Do you want to know what I look like?
- Doesn't matter.
- 340. What do you mean, it doesn't matter?
- 341. Well, I have no way of finding out,
so it doesn't matter.
- 342. I'm not lying to you, Jack.
- 343. I'm about 5 foot 8, 34-28-34.
My friends say I'm gorgeous.
- 344. - Really?
- Yeah, really.
- 345. - What about you?
- That doesn't matter.
- 346. Yes, it does.
- 347. - Mmm —
- You're married, aren't you?
- 348. - No.
- No? You have a girlfriend?
- 349. - Yes.
- 350. Where is she?
- 351. She went out of town.
- 352. Oh! Good. I like that.
- 353. I'm so horny, Jack. What about you?
- 354. Sure.
- 355. Do you like peaches, Jack?
- 356. They're okay.
- 357. Well, you'll like 'em even better,
'cause I'm a Georgia peach.
- 358. Are you jacking off yet, Jack?
- 359. No, I'm not.
- 360. Well... do you ever?
- 361. Sometimes, yeah, when I'm lonely.
- 362. Well, you don't have to be lonely anymore,
'cause you got me now.
- 363. You sound very nice and very personable.
- 364. Very personable. Thank you, baby.
- 365. So, what do you do, Barry?
- 366. I work. I have my own business.
- 367. I work hard at doing my business.
- 368. - Are you good at your business?
- 369. Yeah? So, do you do really well?
Do you make tons of money?
- 370. I'm doing pretty good, I think, as a start.
- 371. I wish I was making more,
doing a little bit better,
- 372. but I can't get over a certain hump.
- 373. I will. I'll crack something very soon,
I think, and really do better.
- 374. I'd like to diversify.
- 375. But I'm doing great, I think, as a start.
- 376. Are you stroking it yet, baby?
- 377. - No, I'm not.
- Is your cock hard?
- 378. I don't know what it's doing right now.
- 379. Why don't you take your clothes off, Jack?
- 380. And I want to picture you
laying down with me next to you.
- 381. And I want you to stroke your cock, okay?
- 382. Okay?
- 383. Okay? I'm so horny, Barry. I want you.
- 384. - This is Barry.
- Hey, what are you doing?
- 385. - How are you?
- I'm fine. Nothing. How are you?
- 386. It's me. It's Georgia.
- 387. How's it going? Good morning.
- 388. - It's okay that I'm calling, right?
- 389. I just wanted to call and talk to you
and thank you for last night
- 390. and, um, just catch you
before you went to work and say hey.
- 391. Well, thank you.
- 392. I am so tired.
I went to bed so late last night.
- 393. What about you? When did you go to sleep?
- 394. Not very late.
- 395. - Well, you going to work now?
- 396. - Can I ask you a question?
- 397. Remember last night when we were talking
- 398. and I was telling you
about my apartment and my rent?
- 399. - Mm-hmm.
- 400. Mm-hmm.
- 401. This is so weird
and really embarrassing for me.
- 402. - No.
- But, um...
- 403. I was wondering if maybe you could
help me out with some money.
- 404. - Me?
- 405. Uh, yeah — No, I'm sorry.
- 406. I can't afford that.
- 407. But you don't even know how much it is.
- 408. How much is it?
- 409. Like seven, 50. 750.
- 410. Yeah, no, no. I can't afford that.
- 411. I'm s-sorry. Sorry.
- 412. Seriously?
- 413. You're having trouble. Financial trouble?
- 414. It's so hard these days,
and, yeah, I really need it.
- 415. Yeah, I just don't have enough money
to be able to do that. I'm sorry.
- 416. I thought you said you had your own business.
You said you were going to diversify.
- 417. - Mm-hmm.
- So you think you can?
- 418. I'm sorry.
- 419. Maybe I should call back
and talk to your girlfriend?
- 420. Maybe it'd be better
to ask her for the money.
- 421. It could be really easy, you know, Barry.
I have all your information.
- 422. I have your credit card information,
all of your billing stuff—
- 423. Okay, no, thank you.
- 424. - Good morning, Barry.
- Morning, Lance.
- 425. What's with all this pudding?
What is this?
- 426. Oh, that's part of a pretty amazing airline
promotional giveaway that's really tremendous.
- 427. I'm gonna start a collection
of puddings and coupons
- 428. that can be redeemed
for frequent flyer miles
- 429. through Healthy Choice
and American Airlines.
- 430. - You going on a trip?
- No, no.
- 431. But airline mileage
is like a currency these days.
- 432. - You should go on a trip.
- Yeah, no, thank you.
- 433. So, what do you want me to do with it?
- 434. Why don't we just leave it there for now.
- 435. Yeah, really.
- 436. Thank you very much. I'm doing well.
My name is Barry Egan.
- 437. - Uh-huh.
- I have a little problem with my Mastercard.
- 438. - Okay.
- I, uh —
- 439. I, uh, lost it and I found it again,
- 440. and I'm afraid
in my lost-ing and finding, I, um —
- 441. somebody might have used my card or —
- 442. - Okay, what's the account number?
- 443. I did punch that in earlier. I'm sorry.
- 444. I just — I-I'm nervous about the whole situation.
- 445. Is there the proper —
I don't know the etiquette in this situation.
- 446. I just wanna make sure
that no one spent any money so far.
- 447. - I don't have money to burn.
- 448. - Uh, but there's nothing —
- I'm clean for now?
- 449. - Yes, um, everything is fine.
- Yeah, I'm sorry to sound panicked.
- 450. - That's okay —
- What's your name?
- 451. - My name is Jeanette.
- Nice to meet you.
- 452. - So I'm gonna go ahead and cut it up.
- Okay, that's fine.
- 453. I'll cut up my card then
a-and, um, get a new one going. Right?
- 454. - Yes, you will.
- Thank you very much.
- 455. - You're welcome.
- 456. That shouldn't be there, Rico!
- 457. I don't want to be a dick,
but that could hurt somebody.
- 458. It already did hurt somebody.
It hurt me. Let's please move that.
- 459. He's wearing that goddamn suit again.
I don't know why he's wearing that suit.
- 460. - He doesn't usually dress like that.
- It's fine.
- 461. Hey, what are you doing?
Why are you wearing that suit again?
- 462. - I don't know.
- 463. - Hi.
- Remember me? I left my car yesterday.
- 464. - Yes, I do.
- This is Lena.
- 465. She's a good friend from work.
- 466. We were in the neighborhood.
She had to pick up her car.
- 467. We're getting breakfast before we go in.
Want to go? We're gonna eat. Let's go.
- 468. - Yeah, I can't.
- 469. I have to work. I have to stay here.
- 470. Seriously, though,
we're going to eat, I said.
- 471. - I'm sorry.
- It's okay. That's all right.
- 472. What is that?
Are you learning to play the piano?
- 473. That's not a piano.
- 474. - Lance!
- 475. Remember, we have to
call that guy in Toledo.
- 476. - Which guy?
- I'll tell you later.
- 477. - You don't want to come eat with us?
- Telephone, Barry, on line two.
- 478. What's all that pudding?
- 479. I don't know. I'm gonna talk to you
in a second. Let me just get this.
- 480. What's that pudding, Barry?
- 481. - This is Barry.
- Hey, baby.
- 482. I guess we got disconnected before.
- 483. We got disconnect —
- 484. How did you get this number?
You're calling me at work?
- 485. You canceled your credit card.
I need you not to cancel your credit card.
- 486. And I need you to up your limit.
- 487. Okay, this is making me
- 488. I need help.
Should I just ask your girlfriend?
- 489. Maybe I should just call back
and talk to your girlfriend.
- 490. - I don't have a girlfriend.
- You said you did.
- 491. - I know, but I don't.
- You lied to me?
- 492. This is illegal, okay?
I'm sorry. I'll call the police.
- 493. No, you won't.
- 494. - This is a little embarrassing. I'm sorry.
- I'll go pay for my car.
- 495. - Are you sure?
- 496. He's being weird. I have no idea why
he's being weird and dressed in that suit.
- 497. It's not bad. It's okay.
- 498. He's so strange. I don't even know if you'd
really want to go out with someone like him.
- 499. - It's all right. I'll just pay for my car.
- I'm sorry.
- 500. - Come on, rich boy. I thought we had fun.
- This isn't cool.
- 501. - You thought it was cool last night.
- I'm gonna hang up.
- 502. You have no idea what could happen,
- 503. - I have to go.
- You're making a big mi —
- 504. - What do you think? She's cool, right?
- Why did you just come by like this?
- 505. - It's not cool?
- No, it's fine.
- 506. - It's just, I feel put on the spot.
- Do you think you'll ask her out?
- 507. - Are you gonna do it?
- I don't do things like that.
- 508. You don't do anything.
Why are you being scared?
- 509. I'm not being scared. I just —
You're gonna rag on me if I do this.
- 510. I'm not gonna rag you.
Why would I do this just to rag you?
- 511. - I don't know.
- Can I ask you a serious question?
- 512. Did you ask Walter to get you a shrink?
- 513. Barry, did you ask Walter
to get you a shrink?
- 514. What's the matter with you? Are you okay?
- 515. He is lying.
- 516. You're being weird again.
Come on. Please don't be weird.
- 517. We should be going.
- 518. Yep — No, I have to get
something from my car.
- 519. What guy in Toledo are you talking about?
- 520. I'm talking about the guy.
- 521. - I'll come over, I'll tell you later.
- Are you talking about the Ramada Inn?
- 522. I'll just come over to you
in — in a second.
- 523. I'm sorry I couldn't come to
your sister's birthday party last night.
- 524. Elizabeth invited me,
and I couldn't make it.
- 525. Not a problem. Don't worry about it.
We had a terrific time though.
- 526. Must be weird
for you to have so many sisters.
- 527. No, not at all. It's very nice.
- 528. - Telephone, Barry. Line one.
- Pardon me.
- 529. This is Barry.
- 530. Hang up again
and see the trouble it's gonna make.
- 531. - Thank you.
- What do you mean, thank —
- 532. - Business is good. You're busy.
- Yeah. Um, not really.
- 533. - I saw a picture of you.
- Oh, yes?
- 534. Elizabeth has a picture of you guys,
your sisters and you.
- 535. It's a lot of family. It must be nice.
- 536. - Do you have brothers or sisters?
- 537. I'm the exact opposite.
- 538. That must be nice.
- 539. That must be really, really, really —
- 540. No, it's terrible.
- 541. - What's the pudding for?
- That's something else.
- 542. - Gonna get pancakes?
- Yes, we are.
- 543. You're going up —
- 544. - Oh, my God.
- How long have you worked with my sister?
- 545. Six months, maybe five.
- 546. - So you know her.
- Do you want to check that?
- 547. Sure.
- 548. Are you guys hurt? Are you okay?
- 549. They're okay. So, you do what she does?
The same job, the same work as her?
- 550. I do.
- 551. But I do mainly field consultations too.
- 552. Which is cool 'cause I get to travel.
I'm going to Hawaii on Friday.
- 553. Hawaii? I was thinking about going there.
- 554. - Really?
- I was thinking about going there on business.
- 555. - Well, if you're gonna go...
- I'm probably not gonna go though.
- 556. Oh, that's — that's too bad,
'cause it's so great over there,
- 557. and if you were there we could
say hello to each other or something.
- 558. That would be great, but I have so much
going on. A lot depends on this thing.
- 559. If it happens, I won't be able to go.
But if it doesn't, I might be able to.
- 560. I can't find that thing in my car,
but I can give it to you later.
- 561. So, are you gonna come eat with us?
- 562. - Yeah, I can't.
- 563. Oh, my God!
- 564. Whoa, whoa, whoa!
- 565. - It was great to meet you again.
- What was that?
- 566. - Thanks for helping me yesterday and —
- What is that piano? What is this pudding?
- 567. - I don't know.
- Why are they here?
- 568. - I have no idea.
- Call me later.
- 569. We can talk about
asking Walter for the shrink.
- 570. - And he said you have this crying problem.
- Bye, Barry.
- 571. Call me later.
- 572. He's obviously very busy.
- 573. I don't even know
if he has time for a girlfriend.
- 574. Sorry.
- 575. - So I'll just see you at the restaurant?
- 576. Um, I'm gonna go and eat tomorrow night.
Do you want to go with me?
- 577. Sure.
- 578. Do you want to pick me up?
- 579. Sure.
- 580. Can I write down my address
and phone number for you?
- 581. Sure.
- 582. - This is funny.
- 583. - Here you go.
- 584. I didn't ask for a shrink.
That must have been somebody else.
- 585. Also, that pudding isn't mine.
- 586. Also, I'm wearing a suit today because
I had a very important meeting this morning.
- 587. - And I don't have a crying problem.
- 588. Okay.
- 589. - Hi.
- 590. Hi.
- 591. This is Barry.
- 592. You just made a fucking war
for yourself that you can't afford.
- 593. Ooh, yeah.
- 594. - How do you know this guy's rich?
- He said he was gonna diversify.
- 595. - Diversify what?
- His business.
- 596. - And what is his name?
- Barry Egan.
- 597. - I can take the brothers on this mission?
- 598. We'll do it.
- 599. Thank you so much.
- 600. Check. Check. One, two. Test. Test.
- 601. - How's that sound?
- Bring it down.
- 602. You can't do that. It's wrong.
- 603. Check.
- 604. Check, check, check. Hold on.
- 605. One, two, test. Check.
- 606. They'll go.
- 607. Great.
- 608. - I'm only paying two of you guys.
- That's cool.
- 609. - When can you leave?
- If you want —
- 610. I want you to go right away.
I think that's best.
- 611. I also really need you to check out a car
for me down there that this guy's selling.
- 612. - Your expenses are your own.
- But Latisha said you were gonna cover —
- 613. - She didn't know what she was talking about.
- Whatever, man. That's not cool.
- 614. David, don't. Seriously. Doesn't make sense
if you think about it in a fair, deal-like sense.
- 615. - Okay? It's business.
- Baby, are you stroking your cock?
- 616. $100, two days work. A lot more than your
family's making, sitting around your house.
- 617. All right?
Now, I'm serious now. Okay?
- 618. Please. Now just stop.
- 619. Keys to the truck. You gotta gas that up.
- 620. Save receipts on that.
- 621. His address.
- 622. We have his business address too, but —
- 623. You know what?
- 624. Hit him at his house first.
- 625. See what this little bad boy
businessman is all about.
- 626. Just fix it, sir.
- 627. And now I want — I want to tell you something.
I've got to tell you.
- 628. Oh, no.
- 629. I saw a picture of you guys,
your sisters and you,
- 630. and... I saw your picture
- 631. and I really wanted to meet you.
- 632. I came to drop my car off, on purpose,
to try and meet you.
- 633. Ha-ha-ha. What, are you lying?
- 634. No.
- 635. - Oh, my...
- I thought I should tell you.
- 636. I didn't want to get too far along
on going out and be hiding something.
- 637. It was very nice of you to say.
- 638. Terrific.
- 639. I was listening to these morning DJs
- 640. They always have couples that call in and...
and talk about their problems.
- 641. And this DJ Justice —
this morning DJ that I really like.
- 642. And they were talking about pictures,
about yearbook pictures
- 643. and how nobody's happy
with the way they look in their pictures.
- 644. And I just love this guy
because he tells it the way it is.
- 645. He's, you kn — He's not a phony.
- 646. And this guy calls up
and he's talking about his senior quote.
- 647. So DJ Justice says, "What was your senior
quote? What was so great about it?"
- 648. And he says, "I stole an ancient proverb."
And so he says, "Okay."
- 649. And he, uh, says, "Confusion say —"
- 650. And then DJ Justice —
- 651. "Confusion or Confucius?"
- 652. And it was just so comical.
- 653. DJ Justice just cuts you down to size.
That's my favorite part of the show.
- 654. I laugh — I laugh and laugh.
Even when I'm alone.
- 655. So, uh, how's your business going?
Did you sell all that pudding?
- 656. That pudding is not a sales item.
- 657. Why?
- 658. It's not for sale.
- 659. Really? Uh...
- 660. Wh-Why is that?
- 661. I'd rather not say, if that's okay.
- 662. Oh. I'm sorry.
What is it, like, a secret pudding?
- 663. Let's just keep it between you and I,
if that's possible.
- 664. Sure, sure.
- 665. Healthy Choice and American Airlines
- 666. got together for this promotion.
- 667. If you buy any ten
of Healthy Choice products,
- 668. they will award you
500 frequent flyer miles.
- 669. With this special coupon,
they'll up it to a thousand miles.
- 670. So I think they're trying to
push their teriyaki chicken, which is $1.79.
- 671. But I went to the supermarket
and I looked around,
- 672. and I saw that they had pudding
- 673. for 25 cents a cup.
- 674. Comes in packages of four.
- 675. But, insanely,
- 676. the bar codes are on the individual cups.
- 677. So, a quarter a cup...
- 678. Say you bought $2.50 worth.
- 679. That's worth 500 miles.
- 680. With the coupon, it's a thousand miles.
- 681. It's a marketing mistake,
but I'm taking advantage of it.
- 682. If you were to spend $3,000,
- 683. that would get you
a million frequent flyer miles.
- 684. You would never have to pay for a ticket
the rest of your life.
- 685. So you — you bought all that pudding
so that you could get frequent flyer miles?
- 686. Yeah, yeah. Yes.
- 687. That's insane.
- 688. I'm guessing it was a mistake.
- 689. But I'm taking advantage of it
while it's offered.
- 690. Ah.
- 691. Who knows how long it'll last
if too many people start doing it.
- 692. Mm-hmm.
- 693. Your sister was telling me
a very funny story about you —
- 694. when you guys —
- 695. when you were kids.
- 696. You were building a ramp for the dog
and you threw a hammer through a window.
- 697. You threw a hammer
straight through a sliding glass door.
- 698. Is that right?
- 699. Threw a hammer.
I don't remember doing that.
- 700. My sister's a liar.
- 701. I have to go to the bathroom.
- 702. Okay. Sorry.
- 703. And the waiter come by yet?
- 704. - Hello.
- 705. - Can I talk to you, sir?
- 706. - I just need you for a second, please.
- 707. - Sir, the bathroom was just torn apart.
- 708. - Did you do it?
- 709. - You didn't just smash up the bathroom?
- 710. Well, who did?
- 711. I don't know.
- 712. - Sir, your hand is bleeding.
- I cut myself.
- 713. - How?
- On my knife.
- 714. What? What?
- 715. - Sir, your hand is bleeding.
- I know.
- 716. - I'm gonna have to ask you to leave.
- Yeah, but I didn't do anything.
- 717. Sir, I've got no way to prove
that you smashed up the bathroom —
- 718. I didn't do that. I didn't.
- 719. - Look, I'm gonna have to ask you to go.
- Okay. I didn't do it though.
- 720. - I'm gonna have to ask you to leave.
- Please don't do this to me.
- 721. - Sir, I'm gonna call the police.
- All right. Can I just stay?
- 722. Sir, I'm gonna crack your fuckin' head open.
Get out of here.
- 723. We should go.
I think I don't like it here, okay?
- 724. - Okay.
- All right.
- 725. Thank you.
- 726. - Okay.
- Okay. You hit it. You can tell.
- 727. Oh, yeah. So, um,
- 728. you know that —
- 729. the harmonium that —
it's ended up in your office?
- 730. Harmonium?
- 731. The piano.
- 732. Did you steal that from the street?
- 733. What's this?
- 734. You did, didn't you?
- 735. Yeah, I did. Why? Is it yours?
- 736. No, it's yours.
- 737. Um, you learning to play it?
- 738. Um —
- 739. I wouldn't put on any concerts yet.
- 740. - I'm trying.
- 741. So, I'm sorry, I don't mean to pry
about the pudding
- 742. and the harmonium and everything,
but, um, I...
- 743. - Not at all.
- You must travel quite a lot.
- 744. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, I don't travel.
- 745. Oh.
- 746. Uh, you want to take a left just up here.
- 747. Okay, I'm gonna go.
- 748. Well, it's good to see you again.
- 749. Good to see your face again
and go out with you.
- 750. I'm gonna be around or back in town
in a few days.
- 751. - But if you come to Hawaii...
- I don't know.
- 752. - You don't think you'll go? Okay.
- We'll see about that. I don't know.
- 753. - I'll call you when I get back.
- 754. Have a good trip.
- 755. And bye-bye.
- 756. And bye-bye.
- 757. And bye-bye, you fuckin' —
- 758. And bye-bye, you stupid motherfucker.
- 759. Are you Barry?
- 760. - Yes.
- This is for you.
- 761. Okay.
- 762. - Thank you.
- 763. This is Barry.
- 764. It's me. It's Lena.
- 765. Mmm. Hi.
- 766. I just wanted you to know,
- 767. wherever you're going
or whatever you're doing right now,
- 768. I want you to know
that I wanted to kiss you just then.
- 769. Really?
- 770. Yeah.
- 771. That was good.
- 772. Yeah.
- 773. I'll see you later.
- 774. Okay.
- 775. I don't freak out very often.
- 776. What do you mean?
- 777. No matter what my sister says, okay?
- 778. I don't know what you mean.
- 779. - I don't freak out.
- 780. Have a good trip.
- 781. Thank you.
- 782. So, I got $500. That's maximum —
- 783. - That's what I can take out in a day.
- 784. This is what you get
when you're a pervert.
- 785. Said you'd help somebody out
and you didn't,
- 786. so we're just gonna take this money
back to her, and that's that.
- 787. Okay, but before you guys go,
I wanted to bring up one thing.
- 788. I said no to Georgia.
- 789. She wanted the money, and I had to decline
- 790. because I don't really have that much.
- 791. That money I just gave you
is actually a lot of money to me.
- 792. "99 cents."
So, I don't know if this is fair.
- 793. Wait, whoa. Wait. No, no, plea —
Ow! Ow! Wait, ouch, ouch!
- 794. You wanna fuck
with what my brothers are saying?
- 795. You wanna fuck with my family? Fuck!
- 796. Help me!
- 797. Where the fuck are you going?
We know where you live.
- 798. - Hey, Barry. Good morning.
- Hey, Lance. Can I talk to you for a second?
- 799. - Sure.
- Just come on in here.
- 800. Let's shut —
- 801. I got in trouble last night.
I got in a little bit of trouble.
- 802. - What happened?
- I made a phone call.
- 803. I better get more pudding.
- 804. Barry, telephone on line one.
Barry, telephone, line one.
- 805. - This is Barry.
- Hey, it's me. It's Rhonda.
- 806. I need to talk to you
about smashing those windows last —
- 807. Yeah. You know what?
I'm gonna go out of town for two days.
- 808. - Where you going, Barry?
- I have to go to Hawaii.
- 809. - But you can't tell my sisters.
- Going to Hawaii?
- 810. - Yeah. Make sure you don't tell my sisters.
- That's so wonderful, you're going to Hawaii.
- 811. - Okay.
- 812. And I have to get more pudding
for this trip to Hawaii.
- 813. As I just said that out loud,
I realize it sounded strange, but it's not.
- 814. - So would you like to come with me?
- Okay. Right now? Barry?
- 815. Yes.
- 816. First I saw the teriyaki chicken for $1.79,
then the soup, which made a real deal.
- 817. But to stumble across the pudding —
It's just tremendous how most people don't look.
- 818. They don't look at the fine print, Lance.
- 819. Oh, my.
- 820. Okay.
- 821. You are on your way.
- 822. You are on your way. Don't stop now.
- 823. Don't be discouraged, and don't be sad.
- 824. You can go to places in the world
- 825. - That is funny.
- 826. That's funny.
- 827. Yes!
- 828. It's going to work.
- 829. I'm coming. I'm coming. I'm coming.
- 830. Lena, I'm coming.
- 831. - I'm going to get on line.
- Oh, Lena. Aloha.
- 832. - Barry, I'll be on line.
- 833. - I'm coming.
- 834. No, no, no, no. What do you mean?
- 835. - It doesn't state six to eight weeks anyway.
- 836. It takes that much time to process
the order and make sure it's valid.
- 837. I had this planned in my mind, okay?
I had to —
- 838. I could get the pudding over to you today.
I'm leaving today.
- 839. Sir, I've explained this to you before.
It takes this much time to process.
- 840. How am I supposed to know this
if you don't tell me this,
- 841. if it's not in your rules and regulations,
in the fine print?
- 842. - That's an impossibility.
- It takes that much time to process.
- 843. I didn't see a "six" or an "eight" anywhere.
This is bullcrap to me.
- 844. Sir, I can't explain it to you.
It takes that much time to process.
- 845. - Fuck!
- 846. Hello?
- 847. Hello?
- 848. All right.
- 849. The pudding's gonna take six to eight weeks
to process, so that's not gonna work today.
- 850. I'll take a bath on that today.
- 851. So here's what I'm gonna tell you.
- 852. Now, the pudding...
- 853. - Oh!
- You okay?
- 854. - The chair broke.
- We'll get to the pudding later.
- 855. - I'm gonna go now.
- 856. - I'll call you from there.
- 857. - You're running the place until I get back.
- No doubt.
- 858. - Don't tell my sisters anything, okay?
- 859. - Have a great trip.
- Thank you very much.
- 860. I've never been on a plane before.
- 861. What was that sound?
- 862. I don't know.
- 863. - Hi.
- Hi. Where you wanna go to?
- 864. Could you take me to where
the beaches and the hotels are?
- 865. And I'm gonna need a phone.
- 866. Hello.
- 867. - Hey, it's me.
- Hey, what are you doing?
- 868. Nothing. I'm at work.
- 869. I was wondering,
do you remember your friend Lena?
- 870. - Yeah, what about her?
- Thank you so much!
- 871. Well, I was wondering if you know
where she's staying in Hawaii.
- 872. 'Cause she forgot her pocketbook
at my work.
- 873. I wanted to get it back to her,
make sure she wasn't nervous.
- 874. Oh, my God. I know exactly where
she's staying, and you're fucking lying.
- 875. She didn't forget her purse or pocketbook.
What do you want her number for?
- 876. - Don't do this to me.
- What do you want her number for?
- 877. - All I want is her number. Can you help me?
- Why? Tell me why.
- 878. - There's no reason for you to treat me this way.
- Do you like her?
- 879. You're killing me
with the way you are towards me.
- 880. - Why?
- All I want is her fucking number!
- 881. That should be goddamn good enough
for you. Give me that fucking number!
- 882. You fucking hear me?
I'm sick of this fucking shit!
- 883. Stop fuckin' treating me this way
and give me the fuckin' number!
- 884. I'll fuckin' kill you! You want that?
- 885. Aloha, Sheraton Waikiki.
- 886. Hi, yes. Lena Leonard's room.
- 887. - Okay. One moment.
- Thank you.
- 888. Hello.
- 889. Hello?
- 890. - Is Lena there?
- You have the wrong room.
- 891. Aloha, Sheraton Waikiki.
- 892. Hi, yes. I just called?
- 893. I think I was connected to the wrong room.
- 894. I'm looking for a Lena Leonard,
and there shouldn't be a man in that room.
- 895. One moment, please.
- 896. Thank you.
- 897. Hello?
- 898. - Lena!
- 899. Hi, this is Barry Egan.
- 900. Oh, wow, yeah? That's great!
- 901. You came, you came! What are you doing?
- 902. - I didn't hear you!
- I just want to know what you're doing.
- 903. - Where are you?
- I'm just calling you.
- 904. - I'm standing in my hotel room.
- 905. Yeah, I'm just down here
on my business trip.
- 906. Well, let's do something.
You want to do something?
- 907. Yeah! You don't have a boyfriend
or anything, do you?
- 908. - No. What do you mean?
- I just wanted to know.
- 909. When's the last time you had a boyfriend?
- 910. About six months ago. Why?
- 911. I just wanted to make sure.
- 912. When's the last time you had a girlfriend?
- 913. - Were you ever married?
- 914. Okay. How long were you married for?
- 915. Do you want to meet me
and talk about this stuff?
- 916. Okay.
- 917. Where are you from originally?
- 918. I'm here.
- 919. You got me out of my hotel room.
- 920. You came and got me out of my room.
- 921. It's so nice.
- 922. It really looks like Hawaii here.
- 923. Mahalo, everyone. Thank you.
- 924. I'm sorry. I forgot to shave.
- 925. Your face is so adorable.
- 926. Your skin and your cheek.
- 927. I want to bite it.
- 928. I want to bite your cheek and chew on it,
it's so fucking cute.
- 929. I'm looking at your face,
and I just want to smash it.
- 930. I just want to fuckin' smash it
with a sledgehammer
- 931. and squeeze it, you're so pretty.
- 932. I want to chew your face
and I want to scoop out your eyes
- 933. and I want to eat them.
- 934. Chew them and suck on them.
- 935. - Okay.
- 936. - This is funny.
- 937. This is nice.
- 938. At that restaurant,
I beat up the bathroom.
- 939. I'm sorry.
- 940. - Hi.
- 941. Apparently, they need to see the new 4-84s
to make sure it works with their OC.
- 942. Okay, and what should I do about Eric?
- 943. Just tell him to call me.
- 944. - Okay.
- Okay, so did my brother call you?
- 945. - No.
- I have no idea what he's doing then.
- 946. - I'm really sorry that didn't work out.
- No, it's fine.
- 947. I mean, you wouldn't want
to go out with him anyway.
- 948. - Honestly, he's such a freak sometimes.
- Yeah, he did seem a little strange.
- 949. Well, he's not that strange.
- 950. Don't say that.
- 951. You're right. I'm sorry.
- 952. I think he's weird, but that's me.
- 953. Okay. So should I call you later?
- 954. That's okay.
I'll just see you when you get back here.
- 955. - Okay.
- Okay, bye.
- 956. So where do you have to go?
- 957. For what?
- 958. For work.
- 959. I don't have any business here.
I came here for you.
- 960. Oh. Hello there, guy.
- 961. Hi, look. This is Bar —
- 962. You have almost reached me, but not quite.
- 963. I'm in the other room,
shaving my roommate's pussy right now,
- 964. so I'm a bit distracted.
- 965. But if you leave me your name and home
phone number, area code first, please,
- 966. I'll be sure to call you back
as soon as I'm done.
- 967. God, she's so sexy. Bye, honey.
- 968. Yes, this is Barry Egan.
- 969. I am calling in regards
to what took place the other night.
- 970. I just wanted to tell everybody
I know it was not fair what you did to me
- 971. and I am expecting my money back.
- 972. I realize you have my home phone number.
I'm away on vacation right now.
- 973. If you guys want to reach me,
shortly I will be home
- 974. and we can discuss
how you can return my money.
- 975. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure
that the police can be contacted
- 976. and I could do that,
and I feel like i-it's warranted.
- 977. So, um, let's — let's figure something out.
- 978. Uh, like I said, I'll be home shortly.
Give me a call.
- 979. Okay, thank you.
- 980. How many airplanes have you been on?
- 981. I think maybe over a hundred.
- 982. That's right. You travel a lot.
- 983. Yeah.
- 984. How much do you travel?
Do you travel all the time?
- 985. I forgot about that.
- 986. Can I come home with you
when we get there?
- 987. Of course.
- 988. Is it okay to ask that?
- 989. I thought that you were anyways.
- 990. Come here.
- 991. Are you okay?
- 992. - Yes, I'm fine. Are you okay?
- Yes. I'm sorry.
- 993. - What is this?
- It's okay.
- 994. It's okay.
- 995. Follow the penlight with your eyes, okay?
- 996. People are just crazy in this world, I think.
- 997. And you remember
everything from the accident?
- 998. I think so.
- 999. Thank you. Bye-bye.
- 1000. Ooh, yeah.
- 1001. Yes, what's your name, baby?
- 1002. Really. Are you strokin' it already?
- 1003. Hi. This is Janice, the operator.
- 1004. Okay. This is Barry Egan.
- 1005. You talked to me. Do you remember?
You called me up.
- 1006. - No, sweetheart, I don't remember you.
- Cut the crap, lady!
- 1007. You said your name was Georgia.
- 1008. You said our conversation was confidential,
and I trusted you!
- 1009. And then you called me,
and you asked me for money!
- 1010. Am I right? Am I right?
- 1011. - Sir —
- Get your supervisor on the phone!
- 1012. Or whoever owns that place.
I want him on the phone! Do you hear me?
- 1013. - Okay. Can you hang on a second, please?
- No more bullcrap!
- 1014. I'm not kidding around with you!
- 1015. - Yeah, this is Dean.
- Hey, it's me.
- 1016. This guy from LA, Barry Egan,
he's calling on the other line.
- 1017. He's saying all this stuff.
He wants to talk to a supervisor.
- 1018. - What'd you say?
- 1019. - Put him through.
- No, this is bad. Something must've happened.
- 1020. Will you shut up?
- 1021. Okay, sexy. I'm gonna
connect you with my supervisor now.
- 1022. You're in trouble, honey.
- 1023. - Yeah, who's this?
- Hello, sir. My name's Barry Egan.
- 1024. - I called your service the other night.
- Why don't you shut the fuck up?
- 1025. - What's that?
- I said calm down and shut the fuck up.
- 1026. What's the problem?
- 1027. The problem is,
if you give me a chance to explain,
- 1028. one of your employees, that girl who I was
just speaking with, has been threatening me.
- 1029. And four blond gentlemen just attacked me
- 1030. and smashed my car and hurt my girl.
- 1031. Go fuck yourself.
- 1032. That shit has nothing to do with me.
I run a legitimate business here.
- 1033. Listen to me.
- 1034. What's your name, sir?
- 1035. - Answer me!
- What's your name, asshole?
- 1036. - I'm Barry Egan.
- How do I know? You could be anybody.
- 1037. You're a bad person. You have no right
taking people's confidence in your service.
- 1038. - You understand me, sir? You're sick.
- No, no. Shut up!
- 1039. - Shut the fuck up!
- You have no right to take people's trust.
- 1040. Shut up! Will you shut up! Shut up!
- 1041. Shut, shut, shut, shut, shut up!
- 1042. Shut up!
- 1043. Now, are you threatening me, dick?
- 1044. Why don't you — You go fuck yourself!
- 1045. I —
- 1046. Y — Fuck!
Did you just say, go fuck myself?
- 1047. Yes, I did.
- 1048. That wasn't good! You're dead!
- 1049. Um, is there —
- 1050. Is that — the guy in the blue suit —
Is he just around the corner? Can you —
- 1051. Yes, there's a police officer here.
He'll want to ask you some questions.
- 1052. No, the guy who came in with me,
is he there?
- 1053. The guy who came in with you?
I'm not sure.
- 1054. We can ask the receptionist
to go get him for you.
- 1055. - He's probably in the waiting room.
- 1056. - Excuse me.
- 1057. There was a woman in there, a blonde woman.
Did they move her room?
- 1058. - What's her name, sir?
- Lena Leonard.
- 1059. - Are you a relative?
- 1060. - Just a minute. Let me check for you.
- 1061. - She was discharged this evening.
- She was discharged. Okay.
- 1062. Okay.
- 1063. Welcome to directory assistance.
- 1064. City and state, please.
- 1065. Somewhere in Utah.
- 1066. Thank you.
- 1067. What listing?
- 1068. Can I have the listing
for D & D Mattress Man?
- 1069. Ow.
- 1070. Ow.
- 1071. - Fuck you.
- 1072. You're a pervert.
- 1073. Think you can be a pervert
and not pay for it?
- 1074. Don't you say that to me.
- 1075. - You called a phone sex —
- Shut up.
- 1076. I didn't do anything.
- 1077. I'm a nice man.
- 1078. I mind my own business.
- 1079. So you tell me that's that
before I beat the hell from you.
- 1080. I have so much strength in me,
you have no idea.
- 1081. I have a love in my life.
- 1082. It makes me stronger
than anything you can imagine.
- 1083. I would say that's that, Mattress Man.
- 1084. You came all the way from LA
to tell me this?
- 1085. Yes, I did.
- 1086. Tell the cops?
- 1087. No.
- 1088. All right.
- 1089. That's that.
- 1090. I think if you like it,
you should get it.
- 1091. - Now get the fuck out of here, pervert!
- Didn't I warn you?
- 1092. Th — That's that.
- 1093. - Barry, you okay? What's going on, Barry?
- Yeah. I'm fine, I'm fine.
- 1094. - Where you been?
- I was in Utah, but now I'm here.
- 1095. And I'll be right back.
- 1096. Barry?
- 1097. Where you going?
- 1098. Hi, Lena.
- 1099. I'm so sorry.
- 1100. I'm so sorry I left you at the hospital.
- 1101. I called a phone sex line —
- 1102. I called a phone sex line
before I met you,
- 1103. and four blond brothers came after me,
- 1104. and they hurt you, and I'm sorry.
- 1105. And then I had to leave again
because I wanted to make sure
- 1106. you never got hurt again.
- 1107. And —
- 1108. And I have a lot of pudding,
- 1109. and in six to eight weeks,
it can be redeemed.
- 1110. So, if you could just give me
that much time,
- 1111. I think I can get enough mileage
to go with you wherever you have to go,
- 1112. if you have to travel for your work.
- 1113. Because I don't ever want
to be anywhere without you.
- 1114. So, could you just let me
redeem the mileage?
- 1115. You left me at the hospital.
- 1116. I'm sorry.
- 1117. - You can't do that.
- 1118. If you just give me six to eight weeks,
- 1119. I can redeem the mileage
and I can go with you
- 1120. wherever you have to travel.
- 1121. So here we go.
- 1122. make in nine payments.
- 1123. Please — Please don't turn me down.
- 1124. You have love-love-loved me.
- 1125. Mahalo, everyone. Thank you.
- 1126. Thank you, too, for finding me,
- 1127. and thank you for my life with you.
- 1128. My darling. My dear.
- 1129. Let's go for a ride now.
- 1130. My dear, you thrill me
with everything you do to remind me
- 1131. I love you.