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當哈利碰上莎莉When Harry Met Sally 102

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Let's call the whole thing off

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Yes, you like potato and I like pot-ahto

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You like tomato, I like tom-ahto

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Potato, pot-ahto

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Tomato, tom-ahto

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Let's call the whole thing off

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- Thanks for the ride.
- Yeah. It was interesting.

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- It was nice knowing you.
- Yeah.

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- Well, have a nice life.
- You, too.

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You like potato and I like pot-ahto

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You like tomato, I like tom-ahto

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Potato, pot-ahto

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Tomato, tom-ahto

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Let's call the whole thing off

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- We fell in love in high school.
- Yeah, we were high-school sweethearts.

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But then after our junior year
his parents moved away.

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- But I never forgot her.
- He never forgot me.

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No, her face was burned on my brain.

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And it was 34 years later
that I was walking down Broadway

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and I saw her come out of Toffenetti's.

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We both looked at each other,

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and it was just as though
not a single day had gone by.

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She was just as beautiful
as she was at sixteen.

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He was just the same.

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He looked exactly the same.

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FIVE YEARS LATER

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Joe! I thought it was you.
I thought it was you.

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- Harry Burns.
- Harry. How ya doing?

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- Good. How you doing?
- Fine. I'm doing fine.

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I was just walking by
and I thought it was you.

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Yeah, it was.

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- You still with the DA's office?
- No, I switched to the other side. You?

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I work with a small firm. We do
political consulting. Yeah, it's great.

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Harry, this is Sally Albright. Harry Burns.

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Harry and I, we used to...
We lived in the same building.

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Well, listen, I got a plane to catch.
It was good to see you, Joe. Bye.

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Thank God he couldn't place me. I drove
to New York with him five years ago

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and it was the longest night of my life.

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- What happened?
- He made a pass at me. When I said no:

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he was going with a girlfriend of mine...

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Oh, God. I can't remember her name.

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Don't get involved with me. I am 26
and can't remember the name of the girl

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I was such good friends with
I wouldn't get involved with her boyfriend.

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- So what happened?
- When?

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When he made a pass, you said no...

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I said we could just be friends.

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And this part I remember. He said men
and women could never really be friends.

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Do you think that's true?

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No.

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Do you have any women friends,
just friends?

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No.

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But I will get one if it's important to you.

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Amanda Reese!

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That was her name. Thank God.

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I will miss you. I love you.

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- You do?
- Yes.

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I love you.

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- What would you like to drink?
- Nothing, thanks.

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- D'you have any Bloody Mary mix?
- Yes.

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No, wait. Here's what I want. Regular
tomato juice, fill it up three quarters,

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then add a splash of Bloody Mary mix -
just a splash - and some lime on the side.

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The University of Chicago, right?

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- Yes.
- Did you look this good at university?

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- No.
- Did we ever...?

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No. No!

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We drove from Chicago to New York
together after graduation.

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- Would you two like to sit together?
- Great! Thank you.

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You were a good friend of...

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Amanda's. I can't believe
you can't remember her name.

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What do you mean?
I can remember. Amanda Rice.

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- Reese.
- Reese, right. What happened to her?

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- I have no idea.
- You have no idea?!

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You were friends. We didn't make it
because you were such good friends.

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- You went with her!
- Was it worth it?

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The sacrifice, for a friend
you no longer see?

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Harry, you might not believe this,

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but I never considered
not sleeping with you a sacrifice.

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Fair enough. Fair enough.

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- You wanted to be a gymnast.
- Journalist.

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- That's what I said. And?
- I am a journalist. I work at The News.

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Great. And you're with Joe.

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Well, that's great. Great.

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You're together, what, three weeks?

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- A month. How did you know?
- You take someone to the airport,

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it's the beginning of a relationship. That
is why I never do that at the beginning.

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- Why?
- Because eventually things move on

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and you don't take someone.
I never wanted anyone to say

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"How come you never take me
to the airport any more?"

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It's amazing. You look normal,
but actually you are the Angel of Death.

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Are you gonna marry him?

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We have known each other a month and
neither of us wants to marry right now.

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I'm getting married.

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You are?

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- You are?
- Yeah.

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- Who is she?
- Helen Hillson. She's keeping her name.

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- You're getting married.
- Yeah.

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What's so funny about that?

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It's just... It's just
so optimistic of you, Harry.

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You'd be amazed what
falling madly in love can do for you.

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Well, it's wonderful.
It's nice to see you embracing life.

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Yeah. Plus, you get to a certain point
where you get tired of the whole thing.

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- What whole thing?
- The whole "life of a single guy" thing.

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You meet someone, you have the safe
lunch, you decide to move on to dinner.

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You go dancing,
you do the white man's overbite,

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go back to her place, have sex, and then
you know what goes through your mind?

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"How long do I have to lie here
and hold her before I can go home?"

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"Is 30 seconds enough?"

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That's what you're thinking? Is that true?

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Sure. All men think that.

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How long do you like to be
held afterwards? All night, right?

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That's the problem. Somewhere between
30 seconds and all night is your problem.

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- I don't have a problem.
- Yeah, you do.

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- Staying over?
- Yes.

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Would you like to have dinner?
Just friends.

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You don't believe
men and women can be friends.

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- When did I say that?
- On the ride to New York.

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No, no, no, no, I never said that.

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Yes, that's right. They can't be friends.

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Unless both are involved with someone.
Then they can. I amend the earlier rule.

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If two people are in relationships, the
pressure of possible involvement is lifted.

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That doesn't work either.
The person you're with can't see

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why you need to be friends
with the person,

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like it means something
is missing from the relationship.

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Then when you say "No, nothing
is missing", the person you're with

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accuses you of being attracted
to the person you're just friends with,

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which you probably are.
I mean, let's face it.

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So we're back to the rule
before the amendment:

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men and women can't be friends.
Where's it leave us?

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- Harry.
- What?

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Goodbye.

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OK.

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I'll just stop walking. I'll let you go ahead.

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We were married 40 years ago.

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We were married three years,
we got a divorce. Then I married Marjorie.

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- First you lived with Barbara.
- Right, Barbara.

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But I didn't marry Barbara.
I married Marjorie.

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- Then you got a divorce.
- Right. Then I married Katie.

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Another divorce.

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Then a couple of years later at
Eddie Collecio's funeral, I ran into her.

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I was with some girl
I don't even remember.

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- Roberta.
- Right. Roberta.

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But I couldn't take my eyes off you.

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I remember I snuck over to her
and I said...

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- What did I say?
- You said "What are you doing after?"

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Right. So I ditch Roberta, we go
for coffee, a month later we're married.

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35 years to the day
after our first marriage.

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- I went through his pockets.
- Marie, why?

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FIVE YEARS LATER

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- You know what I found?
- No, what?

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They just bought a dining-room table.
His wife just spent $1,600 on a table.

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- Where?
- The point isn't where, Alice.

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The point is he's never gonna leave her.

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What else is new?
You've known this for two years.

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You're right. I know you're right.

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Can't you find someone single? When I
was single I knew lots of nice single men.

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There must be someone.
Sally found someone.

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Sally got the last good one.

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- Joe and I broke up.
- What?

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- When?
- Monday.

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- You waited three days?
- Joe's available?

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For God's sake, Marie, don't you
have feelings? She's obviously upset.

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I'm not that upset.
We'd been growing apart for a while.

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But you were a couple.

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You had someone to go places with.
You had a date on national holidays!

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I said to myself "You deserve
more than this. You're 31... "

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- And the clock is ticking.
- No, it doesn't start to tick until you're 36.

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God, you're in such great shape.

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Well, I've had a few days
to get used to it, and I feel OK.

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Good. Then you're ready.

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- Really, Marie!
- Well, how else do you think you do it?

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I've got the perfect guy.
I don't find him attractive, but you might.

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She doesn't have a problem with chins.

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- Marie, I'm not ready yet.
- But you just said you were over him.

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I am over him,
but I'm in a mourning period.

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- Who is it?
- Alex Anderson.

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You fixed me up with him six years ago.

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Sorry. God.

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All right, wait. Here. Here we go.

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- Ken Darman.
- He's been married for over a year.

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Really?

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Married.

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- Wait. Wait, I got one.
- Look,

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there is no point going out with someone
I might like if I met him at the right time,

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but who right now would
just be a transitional man.

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OK, but don't wait too long. Remember
what happened with David Warsaw?

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His wife left him and everyone said "Give
him some time. Don't move in too fast. "

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Six months later he was dead.