Barry Egan: I know...yes...
Lena Leonard: That's insane.
Barry Egan: I'm guessing it was a mistake.. but...I'm taking advantage of it
while it's offered. Who knows how long it'll last....
Barry Egan: too many people start doing it...
Barry Egan: You are so beautiful. I love you so much I want to smash your face
in with a sledgehammer.
Lena Leonard: I love you so much I want to scoop your eyeballs out of their
sockets and chew and suck on them.
Barry Egan: This is funny. This is nice.
Lena Leonard: [Giggles]
Barry Egan: Teryaki chicken. Tery...aki chicken. Soup? Soup...soup...Chicken
noodle....? Cookies. Pudding. PUDDING!
Barry Egan: This really looks like Hawaii.
Dean Trumbell: SHUT UP!! SHUT THE FUCK UP!! Shut up! Shut, shut, shut, shut,
Barry Egan: Well bye-bye, then...you stupid mother fucker....
Barry Egan: I didn't ask for a shrink - that must've been somebody else. Also,
that pudding isn't mine. Also, I'm wearing this suit today because I had a very
important meeting this morning and I don't have a crying problem.
Barry Egan: Is this confidential?
Barry Egan: I have a love in my life. It makes me stronger than anything you
Barry Egan: At that restaurant, I beat up the bathroom. I'm sorry.
Lena Leonard: Oh...I'm sorry...was that like a secret pudding?
Barry Egan: Ummm, let's just...keep it between you and I, if that's possible.
Lena Leonard: Sure, Sure..
[Barry looks around...]
Barry Egan: Healthy Choice and American Airlines got together and put this
promotion: If you buy any 10 Healthy Choice products, they will reward you with
500 frequent flier miles; with this special coupon, they'll up it to 1,000
miles. So, I think they are trying to push their teriyaki chicken which is
$1.79, but I went to the supermarket and I looked around and I saw that they had
pudding...for 25¢ a cup.. comes in packages of four. But insanely....the
barcodes.. are on the individual cups! So, quarter a cup, say you bought $2.50
worth. That's worth 500..with the coupon it's 1,000 miles. It's a marketing
mistake but I'm taking advantage of it. If you were to spend $3,000, that would
get you a million frequent flier miles. You would never have to pay for a ticket
the rest of your life.
Lena Leonard: You...you bought all that pudding so that you could get frequent