TEACHER: I'm hearing things, Olive. You know what I'm talking about. Since everyone puts everything up on Facebook for the world to see. What's with this need your generation has to document every single thought that ever enters your head? They're not all gems, you know. "Roman is having an okay day and hopes the ice cream store still has rocky road." Who gives a rat's a—?
JIMS DAD: Son, I wanted to talk to you about what I think you were trying to do the other day. Now, you may have tried it in the shower, or maybe in bed at night, and not even known what you were doing. Or perhaps you've heard your friends talking about it in the locker room. Sure you know, son, but I think you've been having a little problem with it. It's okay, though. What you're doing is perfec . . .
PAT: It's not at all like me and Nikki. What are you talking about? We're in love and we're married. It's completely different. We have a very unconventional chemistry, it makes people feel awkward, but not me. She's the most beautiful woman I've ever been with. It's electric between us, okay? Yeah, we wanna change each other, but that's normal, couples wanna do that, I want her to stop dressing l . . .
TOM: I don't know. It's not that simple. Like, are we "going steady?" Come on, guys. We're adults. We know how we feel. We don't need to label it. "Boyfriend, girlfriend." That stuff is very… juvenile.
Ok. Number one. Your last girlfriend was Amy Sussman in the 7th grade and you "dated" for an hour. And you, you've been with Robyn and no one else since you were ten. I hardly think you two are the . . .