The things we do to women, e il resto

- You owe me a half a million dollars and a drink.
- I paid for the drinks.
- All right, then 500 grand.
- What are you doing here?
- I'm just hanging out. Why? Do you live here?
- I do. I'm sorry I had to leave quickly before. I still can't tell you 
- Was it a matter of national security?
- No.
- Would you tell me if it was a matter of national security?
- No.
- Okay. You didn't talk to me much at school.
- You were having quite a bit of sex with Chris.
- There were times I wasn't.
- I studied a lot in school. I studied hard in high school and at 
Harvard and in law school. My IQ doesn't break the bank, and I wanted 
to do this so I studied all the time. And I missed something or it's 
like I skipped a year 'cause I never learned what you do after you 
think you like somebody-- what you do next. And every-everybody did 
learn. A lot of other people, anyway. I didn't walk out tonight. When 
my phone rings at 11:00, it's important. Not: important to me. Important. 
And I'm not puffing myself so- so that you're...
- You know what? Maybe not so much for you with the talking. [they kiss]
Thanks for the drink.

Comments so far:

  1. by luca on marzo 29th, 2010 at 18:25

    È una domanda da provinciale, lo so, ma perchè anche noi sulle nostre TV non possiamo vedere cose come ? perchè loro hanno avuto Studio 60 e noi abbiamo Boris?