All I Wish (2017) Script

[phone ringing]

[ringing]

[ringing]

[woman] God.

[ringing]

Hello.

Hi, Mom.

[sighs] Yeah.

Thank you.

'Course you're the first one. Why wouldn't you be?

Yeah, I look forward to seeing you too.

Yeah, honey, I'll see you later today. Okay.

Does your mother always call you at the crack of dawn?

Only on my birthday.

You didn't tell me it was your birthday.

Didn't I?

Well, I think I would've remembered. [chuckles]

Okay, how old?

Forty-six.

Forty-six?

That's not, uh-- That's not old.

Okay, what we gonna do?

Shooters at The Cove, baby.

My buddy hooked up with a waitress, so if we take him... we drink for free.

Well... okay.

Sen?

Senna? Okay.

Yeah. I hate you.

Theo, you better hit the road.

Can we hang out again? Oh... yeah.

Hi. How's it going? [chuckles]

So, my band's playing at the Whiskey on Saturday.

Wow. That's so great.

Oh. He wanted to spend my birthday with me.

[gasps] The nerve. That is a relationship killer, for sure.

He's not a relationship. Oh, okay.

He's a hookup. [chuckles]

And anyway, I have plans with you on my birthday.

Movies and a tattoo, right?

Who are you calling?

My friend from Boston. The one I told you about.

Recently separated, just moved to LA, very handsome.

No setups.

Oh, my God!

You're engaged. Why didn't you tell me?

You're afraid you can't be happy in front of me.

No, I just-- It wasn't a big deal. I mean--

Come on. Plus, it's your birthday. I was gonna wait until--

You're right. It kinds makes you wanna scream, doesn't it? Yeah.

[both screaming]

I'm engaged! I'm happy! You are!

Oh, that felt good. Oh, my gosh.

He did good. He did, right?

You wanna try it on?

No! Wha--

Why? Are you afraid you're gonna want one?

Try it on. Try it on. Try it on.

Oh, look, it doesn't fit. How metaphorical.

What are you gonna do now, buy a toaster?

Get towels with your name on them? Move to the valley?

I'm gonna meet his parents. They're flying in Friday.

We're having dinner at the Highland Tower. Fancy.

Look, why don't you come to work with me and I'll suit you up.

You should get a dog.

Really? And why should I get a dog?

Because a dog will help you quit smoking.

You smoke because you're either lonely or unsatisfied in your life.

I smoke because people are annoying.

Unsatisfied then.

And a dog would help me how?

It's not. It was for the loneliness. Your thing is way worse.

Ooh. [chuckles]

Whether you wade through hazardous waste, or just want to look like you do...

[laughs] ...Nicoletta Fumagalli has the boot for you.

Orange. [inhales]

It's so vibrant and holy and, mm, preppy and--

Oh, you look like a lemon. [chuckles]

I love orange. You can color-block it like Roscoe--

The dinner's not in Florida.

Ooh, no.

Yeah, there you go. Really?

Come on, where's the trust?

Okay. Okay.

Those boots are an inspiration.

-I'll take 'em. -You're the buyer.

No. Senna, no.

Yes. Yes, Darla, yes. Pins.

Oh, sure.

Let's see. Here, babe.

All right, I think we just pull this in.

When are you gonna design your own line of evening wear?

You know, when I get a pony and a gold medal at the Olympics for skateboarding.

You can pretend you're happy hawking other people's crappy designs, but your stoner lifestyle suggests otherwise.

[chuckles]

So let's keep this in the A-line shape.

You're the Picasso of design. Look.

Yeah, well, Picasso didn't have two decades of credit card debt to pay off.

Senna. Mommy.

My baby.

My beautiful birthday girl.

Just look at you.

Jack, I'd like another green tea, please.

[Jack] Absolutely.

Jack asked me how old you are.

People do that on your birthday, Mom.

-When you're five. -[laughs]

Happy birthday, baby.

Open it.

Oh, Mom.

Your father gave that to me on our wedding day.

It brought me ten years of the best love any woman could ever want.

Kinda hoping that it'll bring you luck in that department.

[chuckles]

Put it on.

Yeah? Want me to help you?

Got it.

There. It's beautiful on you.

Um, Darla told me that you're dating a fetus.

You talked to Darla? So it's true.

Yes, Mom, I'm dating a fetus.

It's kind of hard for us to get serious with his mom always tagging along.

Let me tell you something about men.

Oh, please do.

Men don't fall in love with women who don't take themselves seriously.

They'll have sex with them, but then they'll have sex with just about anybody.

But when it comes to love, they want a woman who's got her act together.

I'm trying to acknowledge that without sarcasm, but it's hard.

Don't eat the bread.

If you're hungry, we'll order.

By the way, just asking.

What image do you think you project when you wear a top that you can see through?

That's Christian Dior, Mom.

I don't care who it is.

Showing your nipples doesn't make you look chic.

It just makes you look like a tart.

[dance music playing]

[vocalizing]

♪ I'm a monst♪r

♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

♪ Monster ♪ Senna, come in.

I have just one question.

Are you kidding?

Do you know who my customers are?

Have you seen them? Have you noticed what they're wearing?

Yes. The boot-- Is orange!

Well, I thought-- I know what you thought, that it would be fun and unique and daring.

My customers are not daring.

And it's not your job to reinvent them.

It's your job to buy what they want to wear.

I can't keep having this conversation with you.

I'm sorry, but we're done.

What do you mean?

I mean, you're fired.

-You said we were staying in. -Yeah, well, I just ordered a ton of takeout, and I need help carrying it out. All right.

-It's really good. -[all] Surprise!

[woman] Happy birthday!

♪ Happy birthday, dear Senna ♪

♪ Happy birthday to y♪u Make a wish. Don't waste it.

Yay! [clapping]

Happy birthday.

[laughing]

[sighs]

[man] Senna!

Lars. Ooh, I got you something.

It's on the house.

Happy, happy birthday.

[sighs]

Okay.

Uh, uh, uh.

I'm gonna need to see some ID.

Oh, you. Mm.

Sore subject? Little bit.

Mm. How about you, bud? Can I get you something?

Um, a frozen strawberry daiquiri, please.

Seriously?

Seriously. All right.

It's the palm trees. They make me feel like I'm on vacation.

Where are you from? Boston. Yeah.

I moved out here a week ago.

I'm hoping to get discovered.

[chuckles] Really? Actor or rock star?

Rock star, obviously.

So, what do you play?

Nothing yet.

It's really more of a backup plan in case my day job doesn't work out.

What do you do?

I'm a lawyer. Hmm.

My firm has offices out here, they offered to relocate me, and I didn't want to turn down a free trip to California.

Well, when the inner rock star beckons, better listen.

You know what? That is so true.

And my inner rock star is extremely temperamental.

One frozen strawberry daiquiri, extra umbrella for you.

Wow. Thank you.

So, where you squattin'?

Santa Monica.

That is a long way to come for a daiquiri. It was.

I'm supposed to meet someone I knew from Boston. A woman I worked with.

She's having a birthday party for a friend of hers.

Sei-- Set-- Sierra?

Sierra or Henna.

Some hippy, crunchy name you only hear in California.

I'm actually kind of relieved I missed the party.

Really?

Why is that?

My friend Darla... Mm-hmm.

...she kind of fancies herself as a matchmaker.

Oh, does she? Mm-hmm.

Uh-huh. And I hate to be set up.

You do?

Don't you? That's awful.

So, why'd you do it?

She begged.

She begged?

She kinda did. She begged! [laughs]

Oh.

Yeah. Yeah.

Her friend? Uh-huh?

Kinda sounds like a train wreck.

Yeah, she went to art school for a couple of years.

That obviously didn't work out. Now she's working some...

I don't know, some kind of like, nowhere job in retail.

She just sounds really unhappy.

Like she's floundering around, so...

So you don't really want to get set up.

You wanted a hookup.

Yay! You met her! You're here.

Look at you. I looked all over for you.

I am very small. You have to look hard. [chuckles]

I see that you've met Senna.

Not officially.

Okay, well, let me do the honors.

Adam, this is Senna. Hi, Senna.

Senna, this is Adam from Boston. We worked together briefly during my confused period.

He is a lawyer, but he has many other attractive qualities.

It was four years at FIDM and a masters at Parsons.

But I did get fired today from that nowhere job.

So I am officially an unemployed, hippy hookup.

I am so sorry. I had no idea. [Darla] Wait. What? You're not a hippy.

You know what? I'm gonna go. Wait.

[Darla] What did I miss? I got--

I got these, okay? Just keep the change. What happened?

Adam. I'll call you, okay?

What? What-- What just happened?

I just said no setups. Okay, I'm sorry.

Did you just say you got fired?

Oh, God. Today?

Oh, no. I'm sor-- I'm sorry. But you know what?

That's good, because now you can start your career as a designer.

Yeah, people just wake up and say, "You know what? I'm gonna start a new career today, because I have start-up capital and distribution and marketing--"

Bla, bla, bla, bla. Negativity!

You know what you are? You're a raisin in the sun.

I'm a raisin? You are a talented, terrified raisin festering in your own self-doubt.

But I believe in you.

I've always believed in you. I believe in you.

♪ I believe, I believe I believe, I believe ♪

♪ I believe in you ♪

♪ Senna, I believe in you ♪

♪ Everybody I believe in you ♪

♪ Lars, I believe in you ♪

♪ Come on I believe in you ♪ I don't see hands. ♪ I believe in-- ♪ Okay, okay, it's a serious moment.

I'm kidding. I'll get my purse! Just wait.

♪ You jumped the gun My dear ♪

♪ Fired rounds in your own ear ♪

♪ You can't escape What you've done ♪

♪ Have you wo♪?

Senna.

Forgive me.

Darla didn't beg.

[chuckles] I wanted to come.

But when I walked in and I didn't see her, I felt like an idiot.

I was on my way out... then I saw you sitting at the bar by yourself and...

I didn't want you to think I was the kind of guy who needed a setup.

It was stupid. I'm so sorry.

It's cool.

Happy birthday.

Thanks. ♪ Oh, oh ♪

♪ Help myself I'm falling ♪

♪ My life needs to begin ♪

[Senna] What did I wish for? You know I can't tell you that.

No, not a man or my name up in lights.

Or bring back people from the dead.

Or a pile of money on my doorstep.

Though, that would be nice.

No, truth is, I'm good right where I am.

I mean, little things would be nice, like a flawless complexion or my mother stop making me feel like I'm a disappointment to her.

But I didn't waste my wish on those things.

[cell phone ringing]

[ringing]

[sighs] Hello?

Yeah.

Of course you're the first to call, Mom.

It's the middle of the night.

Yeah.

Thanks, Mom.

And I love you too.

What's up? [clattering]

Sorry.

I got some pancakes over here.

Want some coffee?

I forgot she was staying with you.

[both laughing]

All right, this one's-- Oh, wow. That's a good one. Yeah.

Oh, I love this one. You can't have that. I need to sell that.

You don't want me to live here forever, do you?

No. Good point.

[footsteps approaching]

Oh, no. [SennBonjour.

No. No. No. Bonjour.

Yes. Yes. Yes!

[sighs] You're gonna love these.

I already love the 14 you already brought me. Yes.

But you said they weren't selling, so I made some more.

Oh, my God.

Look at this.

No, Senna. [speaking French] It's charming, isn't it?

[woman] Jean-Michel!

[gasps] Dede. I have five minutes.

Show me something I have to have. This is kismet.

Dede Zeller, meet Senna Berges.

If she likes you, the world likes you.

Congratulations on your new store.

Stores. Stores.

Hmm.

Are these yours?

Yes. They're prototypes. I have 21 that I've made so far.

Who's carrying them?

Well, no one yet.

So, you're in production? Well, no.

I mean, I didn't know which ones would catch on, so I just made them, and I thought I'd make more when we see how they go.

But, you know, I could design exclusively for you for a little while, or for a long while, if you like.

I need to see those coats. Sure.

Here.

[Mom] Have you sold any of your purses?

[sighs] Well, I had a meeting with Dede Zeller this morning. And?

She seemed interested.

Well, you have to stay on it. Be aggressive.

I'm on it, Mom.

Oh.

You got me a place setting.

Well, I believe every woman should have a set of fine china.

Since it doesn't look like you're ever going to get married, I thought I'd better start now.

In 11 years, you'll have a complete set.

Do you like that pattern? I love it.

Are you sure?

You know, we're gonna have to talk about what you're gonna do once Darla gets married.

I mean, she's not gonna be able to keep a second apartment for you, you know.

I'll figure it out, Mom. Now, don't be a martyr.

You know I've got plenty of extra room.

[knocking]

Senna, what a surprise.

-Is that one of yours? -It is.

Wow. It's gorgeous.

I knew you had it in you.

It-It's not for Elodie, of course.

You know what, you should talk to Dede Zeller.

She, uh-- She could really put you on the map.

She is on my list.

She likes edgy, off-kilter stuff in weird colors.

Well, in the meantime, just while I'm getting this all going, it's taking a little longer than I thought, so, you know, I'm gonna need a part-time job as a sales person.

And I was just thinking...

What, here? No, you don't want a job here.

You finally found your calling. Absolutely not.

[fingers snapping]

♪ How can you help me ♪

♪ If I won't ♪

♪ Help myself? ♪

♪ I'm falling My life needs to begin ♪

♪ I'm falling My life needs to ♪ [no audible dialogue]

[DarlThere she is!

The guest of honor.

Happy birthday.

Do you have any reflections on the past, projections for the future?

What are you looking? Nothing.

Hey! This looks great. [Darla] Hey! Thanks.

-Bianca. Bianca, Darla. -Very nice to meet you.

Oh, nice to meet you.

Is she your colleague? [Bianca] Dance partners.

We met at El Floridita. Oh.

-You're teaching him how to dance. -Oh, he's teaching me.

Oh, look, right now.

Okay.

Whoo! Oh.

Okay, save it for the party, you guys. Oh, my.

[chuckles]

[speaking foreign language]

[speaking foreign language]

She's going to the bathroom. Whatever.

You remember my friend Senna, right--

[man] Oh, she left her drink.

Oh. Okay, here, Adam. She's on the poofy chair.

Give it to her and say happy birthday.

Hey, man. What's up, buddy?

Special order from Steve.

Oh, thank you.

Adam. I remember you.

The rock star. Right.

Get discovered yet?

Sadly, I don't think it's gonna happen for me.

Well, not with that attitude. The truth is, I'm tone deaf.

Oh, say it isn't so. Yeah.

When I was in second grade, my music teacher, Mr. Ponte, told me that some people are meant to just mouth the words.

Ponte told you to lip-synch?

He did. Whew.

When I told my mom about it, she went ballistic.

And the strange thing, Mr. Ponte disappeared.

What a coincidence. That's what she told the police.

Crafty. She's crafty.

So, you going to the wedding? Maid of honor.

I wanted to be maid of honor. [laughs] Hope you didn't tell your mother.

Lucky for you.

[laughs]

Your date's pretty.

Is she worthy of a relationship or just hookup material like me?

Don't let anyone ever accuse you of holding on to things.

Mm. No judgment from me.

I'll settle down eventually.

I certainly don't want to grow old alone. Yeah.

It's not so bad. You are not old.

I am not young.

Oh, you got a-- you got a little pull on your sweater right there.

Shit. I think.

Here, I'll get it.

No, don't pull out. Pull in.

Pull in? Yes, pull in from that, you know.

Poke it? Yeah, no, you put it--

You just gotta push it into the inside and you gotta find the lose thread.

[mumbling]

Pull, like, the whole thing right down. You gotta--

You got the whole-- Hey.

Um, masters of fashion. Parsons.

♪ Happy birthday to y♪u Oh, here we go.

♪ Happy birthday to y♪u

♪ Happy birthday, dear Senna ♪

♪ Happy birthday to y♪u

[all] Yay!

Bianca, I could use your help in the kitchen. You mind?

[Steve] Okay, let's get this party started.

Would you like a shot now?

Oh, I would like one for me and one for you.

How could I turn that offer down? All righty.

-L'chaim! -L'chaim!

-[glass shattering] -Oh!

Oh, come on. Shit.

You all right? Yeah, I'm just-- I'm, uh--

You got it? ...stinky.

Wait, I'm just gonna-- [Adam] You all right?

Yeah, fine. You don't look it.

Oh, no. I'm good. I'm good. You kidding me?

I-I already know how to dance.

-Look out for the wa-- -Whoa.

Okay, I got you. If you wanted to dance...

I got you. You all right? ...you just had to say so.

[chuckles] Hey. Here, let me just give you a hand.

Here, hold that. I'm just gonna get a T-shirt... Okay.

...and then I just want to lie down for a little sec 'cause I'm--

You sure you're all right? You know...

You're-- Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Sen--

Oh, that's good. Senna?

You okay?

Happy birthday.

My friend Charlene threw me a surprise party for my 40th birthday.

She told my then husband to tell me he was taking me out for dinner, just the two of us.

The morning of, he tells me he'll pick me up a 8:00.

At 8:30, he calls me from work, tells me he's stuck with a client.

Can I meet him at the restaurant?

I tell him, "I don't want to go by myself."

He says, "You have to. Charlene's there with all your friends.

It's supposed to be a surprise."

So, I go.

My friends shout, "Surprise!"

I-- [chuckles] burst out crying.

He was supposed to pick up the cake on his way. He forgot.

So we didn't have one.

I, uh-- I let it ruin my whole birthday.

I let it ruin my whole marriage.

I don't even eat cake.

What do I wish now?

That I'd forgiven him.

[phone ringing]

[ringing]

[ringing]

Hello? [chuckles]

Thanks, Mom. Of course you're the first. Yeah, yeah.

I'll meet you there. Okay. Bye-bye.

Wow! Hey!

I can't believe you're doing this all by yourself.

Well, believe it, baby.

Here, drink this coffee. I will paint. Trade you.

That's you. This is me. All right. All right.

Okay. So, you just dip it on one side and kind of shake it.

Uh, this looks like high gloss acrylic.

High gloss acrylic is for bathrooms and indoor pools.

Oh, no! We can take my car.

Oh, that's all right.

[sighs] I was supposed to take this back first thing this morning.

I took somebody else's order by accident. All right.

Then you return that, I'll go get the paint. Great.

Give me the key. The key to the store.

Don't worry about it. Just-- I never lock it. There's nothing to take.

You already lost your keys.

Oh, my God! [chuckles]

Dude, record time. Record time. Okay, I'll see you.

This is-- This is everything, I think.

Definitely. That's all of it.

Oh, my God, that coat.

It's my mother's favorite color.

I can sell it to you for $600. That's at cost.

Sold.

Okay, listen, your orders over there.

It's 9,200. 9,800 with the coat. Okay.

You're gonna bill me in 90 days. Not unless you have a line of credit from the factor.

When I was with Elodie K, you let me defer for 90 days.

Yes, but I've been in business with Elodie K for 15 years.

I just-- I don't have the credit. [sighs]

If you don't give them to me, I can't open my store.

Nobody else is gonna do this, either. It's not just me.

Listen, I'll give you the coat. I'm sorry.

Okay? Yeah. Thanks.

How the hell am I gonna get $10,000?

Here. Happy birthday.

What, no china? Come on, open it.

It's an accounting program.

Well, your gifts just keep getting better and better and better.

Thank you. Glad you like them.

And I have one for you.

You didn't. I did.

Senna! [gasps]

Oh, that is so beautiful.

Oh, I can't believe you got that for me. Thank you, honey.

How much was it? I'll reimburse you. It's a present.

No, no, no. I don't want you spending money on me when you're getting your business together.

Mom, one coat.

Then, you're all right for money?

[sighs] I, uh, underestimated my start-up costs.

Uh-oh. How much?

A few thousand.

A few thousand? Ten thousand.

You're $10,000 short?

Oh, Senna, what are you gonna do?

I was thinking of asking you for a loan.

You want me to loan it to you? Absolutely not.

I'll give it to you.

You will? Of course I will.

We'll be partners.

-[Darla] How did it go? -Oh, my God, it was fabulous!

Really? It was perfect. She's gonna give me the money.

-Great! -Yeah, she wants to be partners.

What?

[both laughing]

This is wet paint, isn't it?

Yeah.

I am so fucked.

Hey, how much do you need?

Like, $10,000.

50,000.

What? Who are you talking to?

Okay, she'll be right there. Thanks.

Hey! Happy birthday.

Thanks. Good to see you.

Come on in.

Have a seat. I, uh-- I can't.

Oh.

Still a little tacky. [chuckles]

Got it. Okay. Yeah.

Uh, Darla told me about your little credit problem.

Oh, problem's a bit of an overstatement. It's...

What's that? It's an application for a line of credit.

$50,000 preapproved.

How--

It's really not a big deal.

And now you'll have access to enough money so you and your mom don't kill each other.

Hey, your mom's the killer. Alleged killer.

If you need a minute to look it over...

No, it-it, uh...

Yeah, it looks-- it looks good. Okay.

So all you gotta do is sign right here and we're good.

Perfect. Thank you for bailing me out.

Well, I wasn't going to, but Darla begged.

[laughs] Yeah.

Um, Darla and Steve are taking me to dinner for my birthday.

I'd be delighted if you'd like to join us. You can bring Charo.

Bianca.

If it's all right, I'd rather just bring myself.

Wonderful.

Great.

Just push.

Thanks.

To the birthday girl and future fashion mogul.

Oh, no, no. To all of you for collectively saving my ass, though I didn't deserve it.

-Thank you. -You're welcome.

I see you're wearing your magic love karma necklace. [Senna] Oh, yes.

My mother gave this to me for my birthday a couple of years ago when she still had hopes that I could find a man to have sober sex with.

[all laughing]

It's endowed with special powers to help her find love.

Yeah, it's not working. [Darla] Your soul mate is out there.

You'll find him when the time is right.

Soul mate? Aren't we a little old to believe in soul mates?

You're just skeptical 'cause you haven't found yours yet.

-You do remember I was married? -Yes, I do remember you were married.

And if she was your soul mate, you'd still be married to her.

There are billions of people in the world.

Surely, I could be happy with, I don't know, five?

[Darla] True love only happens once.

You realize how infantile you sound?

Was your ex the love of your life?

I was 25 when we got married. We didn't even know who we were yet.

What, you think there's a magic age where you arrive at who you are?

If there is, it's not 25. If she was the love of your life, you would know it.

You've been married for how long now, six months?

[Darla] Have seven. Talk to me in seven years.

If I get married again, and I'm not sure I will, but if I do, I will vet my future wife much more thoroughly.

You'll "vet" her? Yes.

For... smallpox?

[all laughing] If necessary.

No, for values, interests, intellect, sense of humor.

He has a list. [Darla] He has a list.

Being in love is not some magical feeling that suddenly comes over you.

Relationships are work. Your priorities have to be aligned.

My problem when I got married was I didn't know my priorities. Now I do.

Love has never sounded so logical.

Easy to judge. You've never been married.

Oh, Senna doesn't believe in marriage, right?

Well, I just don't think that you need a contract to prove that you love somebody.

-We don't need it. -Then why did you do it?

Because it's a tradition recognized by virtually every civilization on the face of the planet for the last 4,000 years.

As with most traditions, I agree that marriage is unnecessary.

But isn't it the unnecessary things in life that make the human experience so fascinating?

So who do you think Steve and Darla would vote most unromantic, me or you?

Oh, you. Me?

I'm not the one who said I don't believe in marriage.

Oh, yeah. "Love is a vetting process" is way more romantic.

Look, I want to be with someone who lights me up.

I'm just realistic about the fact that there's more than one woman out there who can.

Well then, you just keep on sampling until you find them.

Isn't that what you're doing?

No, I am enjoying my body until it craps out.

Maybe you're setting your standards too low.

Or too high. Maybe I haven't met anybody who really appreciates me.

Oh.

So you want to be worshipped.

Well, I am not gonna give myself to someone who thinks I'm 1-in-5.

You know what your problem is? I have a myriad of problems.

You think you're so incredibly unique that any man who isn't struck by lightning the moment he lays eyes on you doesn't deserve you. And how is that a problem?

You expect him to know the minute he meets you.

It is called living in the moment, and maybe you, sir, should give it a try.

I am plenty in the moment.

You are the opposite of in the moment.

Not always.

[Mom] There's certainly no shortage of things to want.

Better house, better car, better boobs.

I-- I suppose... at one point in my youth I wished for all of those things.

Every woman does.

And if they tell you otherwise, they're lying.

I mean, we all feel inadequate. It's the American way.

But... [sighs] somehow, when... when Senna was born... all those things just--

Oh, not that I don't appreciate them anymore. Of course I do.

But... she just filled me up.

Everything I wanted, I wanted for her.

What can I say? [chuckles]

She stole all my wishes.

[kissing]

[sighing]

[Senna] Oh, God. [clatters on floor]

Ohh!

[panting] [dial tone]

[whimpers]

[Adam] You okay? [Senna] Yeah, I just--

What? What if she tried to call?

I mean, it's late and I haven't heard from her--

It's just been like ten seconds. I know, but--

You know. Okay.

I'm worried and I-- You wanna call her? You should call her.

Do you mind? Do you think she'd be mad if I call her before she--

Okay.

It's ringing. All right.

Okay.

Room 507, please.

Mom!

Mom, hi.

Yeah, I just wanted you to be the first to-- to wish me--

[laughs] Yeah.

Yeah.

I'll come by and see you in a couple of hours.

Of course.

All right. You get some rest.

I love you too. [chuckles]

Bye.

She sounds so tired.

Yeah, what'd she say? You know, "Happy birthday."

You'll feel better when you see her. I know.

God, I love you. I love you.

Ah, you don't understand.

It's groundbreaking for me.

I mean, it's hard for me to find someone I want to spend the weekend with...

[chuckles] ...let alone the rest of my life.

Why are you smiling?

Mmm! I gotta go to work.

Okay.

[laughs]

I don't have any clean underwear here, do I? Um...

You can only turn the same pair inside out so many times.

Good thing, only once.

[chuckles] Maybe-Maybe in your gym bag?

-Sorry, I didn't hear. -Uh--

Did you find any? No.

Uh-uh.

Okay.

[door closes]

Oh, how's your baby? It's a baby in there.

He's going to ask me to marry him. What?

I found the ring. Well, not the ring, but the ring box. It was in his gym bag.

He got you a ring? He didn't mention it to you?

No. Well, he probably knew you'd tell me.

What's with the face? Nothing. It's just my face.

No, I'm-- I'm just surprised.

That he would want to marry me? Honey, no.

That he would ask knowing how strongly you felt about marriage.

Maybe he realized he cannot live without me.

Well... maybe.

It's just you've always been clear that you never wanted to get married.

Well, that was because I never thought anyone would want to marry me, but... he does.

And he's willing to fight for me. Oh, yeah.

That makes all the difference, right? Oh.

[woman] Senna. Senna!

Twelve o'clock. You gotta go. [Darla] Oh.

Good boy. Be a good boy.

Okay, look, don't go into labor.

I just-- I can't handle any more excitement for today, okay?

Are you feeling something?

What? Oh, no. I'm-I'm okay.

[woman on PA, indistinct] Mother of the birthday girl.

[chuckles] Happy birthday.

I don't have a present for you.

I had thought about going down to the gift shop here, but I wouldn't want anything from this hellhole. Oh, Mom, come on.

Except what they have already taken from me.

[sighs]

I asked the doctor if I could take them home. He said no.

Mom. [chuckles] Well, your father got to keep his kidney stone.

[laughs]

And I worked so hard to keep them perky.

But that's not why I didn't breast-feed you.

[chuckles]

How about some water, Mom?

That's good. All right?

Have you ever wondered why it took you so long?

To start my business?

Yeah. It was my fault.

I was too protective.

When you cried, I came running.

I probably screwed up your love life too.

But now, I think a lot of women these days are foregoing marriage in favor of a career, huh?

Adam and I might be getting engaged.

He proposed? Oh, when? Where?

Oh, you have to tell me all about it.

Oh, we have to have Mario do the cake.

You know, one of those profiterole towers like he did for Annie Glenn's daughter.

It's nothing official. I just-- I saw the ring in his gym bag.

Well, he's gonna ask you. He's not an idiot.

[laughs]

I always knew you'd get married.

Yeah, and that's why you gave me wedding china for my birthday.

Well, we both knew that china was a lie. [chuckles]

You'll make such a beautiful bride.

We'll do it at the house like your father and I did.

With white orchids and moonlight.

It's not official at all, so, you know, you can't tell anybody.

I won't. Zip.

Okay. I know you.

I promise.

[knocking] Yes?

Ms. Berges? Hi. I have your lunch from Bel-Air Gardens.

My daughter's getting married. [man] Congratulations.

Thank you.

Mmm!

All right. You ready?

A gift for the girl.

I don't hear singing.

You're not going to, 'cause you know I don't sing.

It's not a birthday if there's not singing.

It's for your own protection, my darling. Now blow out your candle.

Make a wish.

Okay. Go ahead.

Oh.

Happy birthday.

I love you. I love you.

I love you.

Where's my present? [chuckles]

I was supposed to get you a present?

[both gasping]

You are gonna get it, pal.

Didn't I give it to you earlier? [chuckles]

Oh. Oh, wait!

[gasps] I remember where I put it.

Oh, you do? Mm-hmm. Come here.

Really? Mm-hmm.

Come. [laughs]

Keep your eyes closed. [laughs]

Eyes closed. Closed, closed, turn.

Sit.

Do not open your eyes. [laughing]

Okay?

-You ready? Okay. -Okay.

Do not freak out. Do not panic.

I have not forgotten who I fell in love with. Open your eyes. Okay.

What's that?

This is a key to my house.

I'm asking you to move in with me.

That's my birthday present? Not all of it.

I got you an armoire and half a closet.

Just this morning, I told you that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you.

You want the whole closet?

Not as roommates.

Marriage? But it's only been a year.

We haven't talked about where we'd want to live, or our priorities for the future.

Stop it! You don't have to do every detail.

-You're the one who said you never wanted to get married! -I know what I said.

Moving in together is a big step.

We'll try it out. We'll see how it goes.

Senna!

Senna, wait a minute. What are you doing?

Senna, wait.

Senna, stop. This is crazy.

Oh, I know, I'm the crazy one!

-Baby, you're being irrational. -Really?

Well, maybe you should go out and find someone else you can work this out with.

'Cause you know what? I don't need to be on probation while you figure out what kind of relationship you want to have.

Sen, please come back inside. Shit.

You need to turn the key. I turned the key.

Goddamn it!

Shit! What are you doing?

What, are you gonna walk it all the way home?

I had a perfectly good life before I ever met you, Mr. Thanks a Lot For the Key For My Birthday.


[knocking] [Adam] Senna?

Go away. Not until I see you.

[pounding] Senna!

There, you saw me. Now go away.

Goddamn it, Adam.

Now, Sen, please. Come on.

I don't want to talk to you.

You don't have to talk. I will do all the talking.

-There's something I need to ask you right this minute. -So ask.

Can I come in? No.

Okay.

Senna. What?

Will you marry me?

-Where'd you get that ring? -7-Eleven gum ball machine.

How many tries before you got the ring?

I don't know.

Um, one, two... six, seven... nine, ten, 11, 13...

14.

[groans]

I prefer the floating eyeball.

It's yours.

So, what do you say?

Will you marry me?

You're just asking 'cause you feel bad for me.

Why would I feel bad for you? You're having a great night.

You got a floating eyeball.

You can't fault me for not knowing this was important to you.

Even soul mates can't read each other's minds.

So, is that a yes?

Yeah. Yeah?

What changed your mind about wanting to get married?

You did, stupid.

Wishes are a funny thing.

When you wish for something you are announcing to the universe that there is a hole in you that needs to be filled.

And the more wishes that you make, the more holes you open up.

There was a time in my life when I was so full of holes.

[chuckles]

I wished for a lot of things.

So this is what I did.

I stopped wishing, and I started saying thank you for the things I already had.

I started with the big things, like my friends, my family, my hair.

And there were also little things, like a smile from a stranger, a strong cup of coffee, not hitting one red light on my way home.

Pretty soon I was so full of gratitude... there wasn't any room for holes.

I'd crowded them all out.

I don't make birthday wishes.

I want what I got.


Happy birthday.

I just keep waiting for her to call.

I know.

She always had to be the first.

[sniffles]

You know, when I was in the third grade...

I had a sleepover with Molly Myerson.

She called at 5:00 a.m., woke up the whole house.

She wanted to beat Molly. [laughs]

Let it suffice to say I never had any more sleepovers on my birthday.

[laughs]

We argued about profiteroles.

[scoffs]

She said profiteroles were inspiring.

I said they were prissy.

[crying] I don't even know what a profiterole is.

I insisted we have a winter wedding... because the colors were better.

You had no way of knowing. [sighs]

I can't even deal with all this stuff.

Then let's just toss it.

We'll do it at Steve and Darla's. Just our closest friends.

I'm leaving for Boston in two weeks.

I just... just can't do a whole different wedding in two weeks!

Then let me do it. Fine.

[crying] You do it.

[sighs]


[Darla] Senna?

She bought me the entire set of china.

All 11 boxes.

I found them in the closet.

Honey, you didn't have to do this today.

What am I gonna do with them?

Well, you could eat off them.

Or you can put them behind glass and just look at them.

That's what Steve and I did with ours.

She was saving them for my wedding.

So we'll save them for your wedding.

If there even is a wedding.

What if I was just doing all this because she was sick?

No.

I saw you the day that you got engaged. Very excited.

I was excited because she was excited.

Mm-hmm. I call bullshit.

-I was kind of excited too. -You were a lot excited.

He took the consulting job in Boston.

He's gonna be gone for ten months.

So, he'll visit you here, and you'll fly over there once in a while.

He asked me how I'd feel about moving to Boston.

Could you picture me in Boston and all those-- [snoring] lawyer dinners?

No.

I don't even exist in Boston.

So you will tell him no. But he likes it there.

Well, he likes it here too.

[scoffs]

He's probably got some kind of flow chart with all of the pros on one side and all the cons on the other side.

Okay, you know what, honey, you are... in it, and that's okay.

Because you are gonna get through this.

Hey. Hey.

[sighs]

What's with the suitcases? I packed for you.

I think I did a very good job.

Where we going?

Vegas! Vegas?

Yeah.

Dinner at the Bellagio. Oh!

And a show at Caesars Palace.

And then... And then?

Because I want your 50th to be special.

To be really, really, really... really special.

Know what I did? No.

[inhales, exhales]

[giggles]

I booked a chapel for midnight, so that our anniversary never falls on the same day as your birthday.

And I promise you will always get two separate presents.

I know Vegas is kitschy, but we've been wanting to go.

For fun, not to get married.

This wedding planning is killing us!

Let's just get it over with.

Get it over with? You know what I mean.

No.

I'm not certain that I do.

I mean, if you want to do it, let's do it already.

-You do still want to marry me? -Not when you're acting like this.

I'm sorry. How would you like me to act? Oh, I don't know.

A little bit less like an asshole. You're the one putting this off.

We agreed, when I took the job in Boston that we'd do this before I left.

Well, I don't want to get married at a chapel that you picked off the Internet.

You didn't want to get married at the Bel-Air Club, you didn't want to get married at the Chateau, you didn't want to get married at Steve and Darla's.

Why are you pressuring me? Because we had a plan, Sen.

And I put my whole heart into it.

If you're backing out, I need to know.

Oh.

[scoffs] What are you doing?

I really, really wanted to share my life with you.

But all you do is put up walls, and I can't take it anymore.

-So, you're going without me? -I paid for the room.

Vegas is just as fun for singles, or so I've heard.

Oh, so now you're single?

Aren't I?

I mean, isn't that what you wanted, for me to stop pressuring you?

Guess what, babe? Pressure's off.

[Adam] Last birthday, I was still with Senna.

I guess you'd call it the honeymoon period.

She wouldn't let me out of bed the whole morning.

I was late to my deposition.

I never got breakfast and then we worked through lunch.

When I got home, she'd hidden all these little presents around the house, like a treasure hunt, with funny little poems for clues.

The last present was in the bed.

I'm not going to tell you what it was, but... we never made it to dinner.

I didn't have a meal the entire day. I think I wished for a cheeseburger.

[laughs]

This year?

Look, if I thought it could work, I'd still be with her.

I do not wish for her back.

It's exhausting being with her.

[sighs]

I wish I would feel that way again... the way I felt when I was with her.

But with someone else.

[woman] ♪ At nightfall ♪

♪ All the world is asleep ♪ Thank you, Jack. The usual. ♪ I will think of you ♪

♪ And your memory I'll ke♪p

♪ I've tried to understand ♪

♪ But I've agreed That I won't ♪

♪ I'm trying to be better ♪

♪ But I just need to cope ♪

♪ Where'd you go? ♪

♪ Where you going? ♪

♪ You know what for Oh, my love ♪

♪ I'll remember y♪u

♪ You're not suffering anymore ♪

[giggling]

[woman] The samples from Hong Kong shipped today, and you got some flowers.

From who?

"My wife loves her coat.

I'd love to speak with you about bringing your line... to Paris."

Paris? Oh, my God. We are going international.

My God, my coats are going to France!

[both scream]

[cackling] Okay, so, wait. Where are you going to celebrate?

Darla makes all the plans.

Call Darla. You got to celebrate. I'm coming.

Celebrate. Now. Call.

[dance music playing]

You look so hot. Yes!

Okay, I'm gonna go check on the table.

You need to check out the bar.

Hey, nice art. Thanks.

Why a dragonfly? I don't know.

I've got one on my shoulder.

I couldn't decide what color, so I picked clear.

That's a joke, right?

Yeah.

You wanna dance?

Uh, no, I have a clubbed foot.

-[mouthing words] -We got you a little something, and I hope you like it.

[gasps] Yay!

You guys! Come on.

You look so pretty. Are you kidding me?

Beautiful. Right?

Thank you. You're the best. You're welcome. You're welcome.

Oh, look what the cat dragged in all late.

[cheering]

What's up? I left my child with a stripper, but you're worth it.

Happy birthday. Hold this.

Oh, my goodness. Open it.

Thank you. I'm so excited.

Okay. Drumroll, please.

[tapping on table]

[gasps] Oh, no!

Ta-da!

You can't give me something that's alive.

-But I just did though. -Come on, you guys. We gotta go dance.

Come on. I'm gonna leave this here.

I'm so excited. Let's go! Let's go! Let's go!

[dance music playing]

[woman] ♪ You've got your own Thing going ♪

♪ Got your own ♪

♪ You've got your own Thing going ♪

♪ Got your own, got your own ♪ Yes, because you're for the dog.

[cell phone ringing] Oh, there goes my phone.

Hey. Hold on.

Hello?

Stop licking my face. Stop licking me.

Senna? Adam!

Hi, is this a bad time? Adam!

Hi. This place is a little noisy. I just--

I'll get out of here. Just hold on a second.

Hi. Hi. Sorry to call so late.

I just want to wish you a happy birthday.

You know, we just got here, it's still early.

You can come by. Senna?

Senna, can you hear me? Adam?

Sorry, I'm losing you.

Adam, we're still here. Senna?

You could-- [kissing]

You could-- [woman moans]

Oh, come on!

Ohh!

Oh, she does not like the club scene at all.

[sucks teeth] Who are you calling?

Adam.

I was just talking to him. We got cut off and--

Hey, it's Adam. Leave a message so I can call you back.

His phone is turned off. It's so weird.

We were just talking like one second ago.

Hang up. Don't call him again. We just got cut off.

Hang up. I have to tell you something.

I was supposed to tell you before today, but your birthday was coming up, so I decided not to.

And then I just forgot. And so...

What?

Adam was seeing this girl when he was is Boston, but I didn't think it was a big deal.

But apparently she's moved to LA to be with him.

I'm sorry, honey, I should've told you.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

[line ringing]

It's Adam. Leave me a message so I can call you back.

[beeps]

Hey, it's Senna.

Um, Darla told me that you... moved out here with your girlfriend, and I'm just really happy for you.

Um, so, if you want to get together as friends, just call me.

Okay.

♪ Now all I s♪e

♪ Is miles and miles Of you ♪ Every year until I turned 15 I'm sure I wished for a horse.

[laughs]

What a waste.

And then, once I got into high school, I started wishing to get into Stanford.

Go Trees!

In college you wish for good grades and then a good job.

But now?

Well, things and accomplishments don't mean anything unless you have someone to share them with.

[chuckles] Other than that whole horse period, uh, I would say I'm doing pretty well on the wish front.

Senna, she's here. Shall I rally the troops?

Yeah. Okay.

Okay, Stink.

[woman] Ladies. Everybody gather 'round.

We're going to have a couple of words.

Okay. Good morning, everybody.

As you know, I sold the shop because I'll be moving to Paris where I'll be designing.

Yay!

I'd like you to meet the woman who got me started in this business.

Your new boss, Vanessa.

Thank you. I just want to tell you how much I'm looking forward to working with you all.

Senna's built an incredible business.

A bit of a late bloomer but worth the wait.

And I'm honored she's handing the torch to me.

Make us proud.

You bet.

[cell phone ringing]

Mommy's phone. [chattering]

[ringing]

Hello. [AdaCongratulations. You're a free woman.

Yes, I did it.

Let's go celebrate your last birthday in LA by doing something really California.

Like what?

Beach volleyball!

[laughs]

Beach volleyball!

I knew you'd be so happy. It's a great idea, right?

Yeah! Too bad all the courts are taken.

We're just gonna have to nap it up.

No, that's Alison. She's holding the second one. Come on.

You knew about this, didn't you?

I did, but we don't have to play.

Yeah, and you let me wear my bikini when you knew the thing was gonna be here. Oh!

Let me tell you, my boobs pop out...

[laughs]

Hey, guys! Birthday girl!

Oh, you are very brave in this outfit.

Hi.

All right, sunscreen, sunscreen? No, thank you.

Here. Oh.

I got really badly burned sailing one time, so now I always bring enough to share.

Keep it. And I brought something for you too.

Whoa, look! Hey, Stevie, wanna build a sand city?

Uh-huh! Yeah? Okay, bye!

-Bye, baby. Go, go, go, go, go. -Have fun, Stevie.

So nice. You didn't have to do that.

It's nothing. I used to summer on Nantucket and me and my brothers used to build these huge sand castles and pretend we lived in them.

It was so much fun.

Anyway, very impressed you guys are game to play.

Yeah, well, you know, we haven't been put out to pasture just yet.

Let's do it. [Adam] All right.

Got it, got it. [groans]

Ohh!

Senna, you okay?

That had to hurt. [Darla] You okay?

[spits] You all right?

Oh, yeah. Yeah, great.

You know, volleyball-- [spits] and full body exfoliation on the same day.

-It's perfect. -Your serve.

Let's go. Come on, Senna!

I got it! Oh, damn it.

-I got it! -[Steve] Get it! Get it! Get it! Get it!

-I got it! -All right, come on!

Oh!

You got it. All right.

You got it, girl!

-Yeah! -Whoo-hoo!

[Steve] Oh!

Get it, get it!

[groans]

[Steve laughing]

Is it just me, people, or do you think maybe it wasn't just Adam who picked volleyball today?

There you are! Ready to go?

Already?

We have to bring Stevie and Cameron home.

Oh, I was hoping we could stay and watch the sunset.

-Well, I don't mind staying a little longer. -We have a reservation at 7:00.

-I need to get ready. -Well, we can drop you off.

You're like five minutes from us. And then you ride with Adam?

Is that okay with you?

All right. See you later, birthday girl.

Okay. Bye, big man.

Ohh!

Ahh!

[Senna] I'm really gonna miss this.

Yep. Paris is gonna suck.

[chuckles]

You gonna make all your models wear ten-foot tall hats made out of feathers and old car parts?

I was thinking more like faux fur with big tree branches sticking out of their heads.

Oh, yeah, I totally feel that.

Just make sure when you become a big fashion designer, you don't forget all the little people you left behind, okay?

You're really digging in here, huh?

We can't all have Paris.

[folk intro]

[woman] ♪ You don't know much about love Do you? ♪

♪ Baby's got a record Of broken hearts ♪

♪ Better stop, baby I can see the r♪d [shouting]

♪ But it makes me Want you more inste♪d

♪ Give me just a piece Of your love ♪

[shouting]

♪ Baby, I am not ashamed ♪f

♪ Loving you and letting ♪o

♪ Tell my heart Just so she kno♪s

♪ That if she breaks Don't let it sh♪w

♪ So he won't know ♪

♪ He won't kn♪w

♪ No ♪

♪ Give me just a piece Of your love ♪

♪ Baby, I am not ashamed ♪f

♪ Loving you and letting ♪o

♪ Tell my heart Just so she kno♪s

♪ That if she breaks Don't let it sh♪w

♪ So he won't know ♪

♪ All the things I want to say ♪

♪ No one else can make me feel ♪

♪ The way he does When he looks at me ♪

♪ Never thought that This was re♪l

♪ Never thought that he would Really feel that way ♪

♪ And it looks to me ♪

♪ If she breaks Don't let it sh♪w

♪ So he won't know ♪

Oh!

Wha--

Come on! Come on! Open!

[grunting]

[grunting continues]

Come on.

[chuckles]

Okay.

[humming] [car honking]

Senna!

I'm having a little problem!

Oh! [chuckles]

Oh, my God.

Can you get your ass over here quickly, please?

[laughs]

I somehow locked the trunk.

Would you please open the door and just pull the thing on the side of the steering wheel?

[laughing]

Oh!

Ohh. [clicking]

You're not serious. [laughing]

This is really bad.

All right, give me your phone.

Get your phone out of the bag and give it to me.

We're supposed to meet them in, like, 20 minutes. I don't have a phone.

You don't have your phone?

[laughs]

Are you kidding me? You know where my phone is?

It's right there!

Okay, what are we going to do? We need to find a phone.

We need to find a phone! I--

Senna, stop!

I'm stark naked. What am I gonna do?

♪ Oh, come on, Eileen Please ♪ Everybody, know my part.

♪ Come on, Eileen ♪

♪ Too loo rye ay ♪

♪ Come on, Eileen ♪

♪ Too loo rye ay ♪

[singing off-key]

♪ Ohh ♪ Are my balls sticking out?

Define "sticking out." Can you see them?

Depends on where you're looking.

Nice.

[singing continues]

Hello.

How are ya?

[woman] Oh, my goodness.

He's good. It's karaoke night.

[singer shouting]

I almost got the note! Love that song.

Hey, man, I, um, locked my keys in my car across the street.

Could I possibly use your phone?

Sure, buddy. Thanks, man, I appreciate it.

I'll be back.

Hey, Ali, it's me.

♪ Come on, Eileen Oh, I swear what I mean ♪

♪ In that moment ♪

♪ You mean everything ♪ Can I leave my bag? Yes, ma'am.

♪ Verge on dirty ♪

♪ Come on, Eileen ♪

♪ Oh, oh ♪ Backup! ♪ Whoa, oh, oh ♪ Everybody! ♪ Whoa ♪ Okay, do it again!

♪ Whoa, y♪u There you are! I thought maybe you took off with Eileen.

Well, the night is young.

[applause] [woman] All right, all right, all right.

Jody was supposed to be up next, but we have a birthday in the house, and our birthday girl wants her special friend to be allowed to come up here and sing her a song.

-What do y'all say? -[cheering]

All right, so let's give a big hand to Adam!

Where's Adam?

To Adam, as he serenades his birthday girl!

Come on up, Adam!

No! No, that's not gonna happen!

Adam! Adam! Adam! Adam!

I don't want to do it. You don't want to hear me.

[chanting] Adam! Adam! Adam! [Adam] Hilarious!

Adam, we don't bite! Come on! You want me to do this?

Adam! Adam! Adam! You bitch!

Adam!

[cheering]

Whoo-hoo!

[man] Dude, I hope you sing better than you dress!

I don't. I'm worse. [laughs] You hear this guy?

All right! Forgive my wardrobe. It's a long story.

Take the stage! Looking great. You're looking great.

What do I do? Oh, that was your cue!

♪ How you've been? ♪ Come on! Come on!

♪ Change your sty♪e You do not want me to sing.

No, no, no, no, you're doing great. Please, I don't wanna do this.

Just keep singing. Please! I swear to God I don't do this.

♪ Seems you've lost-- ♪ I don't do this.

This is just not my thing. Come on, join me!

Let's do it together. You're all being nice in a mean sort of way.

Let's do it. You're doing great. Just follow along.

♪ So let's leave it alone ♪ I'm going to kick your ass!

Come on, finish it. For your birthday girl.

Seriously.

[off-key] ♪ There's only you and me ♪

♪ We just disagree ♪

♪ Oh, whoa, whoa ♪

♪ Ooh, ooh ♪

[light applause] Yeah!

There's more where that came from!

[laughing]

Whoo!

♪ I'm going away ♪

♪ Back to a place That's far away ♪

♪ How about you? Maybe Paris, hu♪?

♪ Have you got A place to stay? ♪

♪ Why should I care? ♪ Look at me. I'm just trying to get along, all right?

♪ We were friends ♪

[cheering]

♪ And now it's the end Of our love song ♪

♪ So let's leave it alone ♪

♪ 'Cause we can't see Eye to eye ♪

♪ There ain't no good guy ♪

♪ There ain't no bad guy ♪

♪ There's only you and me And we just disagree ♪

♪ Ooh, ooh ♪

♪ Oh, ohh ♪ Yeah! You happy?

Well, happy birthday.

Adam?

Alison! Hey, guys. Hi.

I, uh, locked my clothes in the car.

Hey, Hoss. From the gals down the end.

In appreciation of your inspired vocal performance.

You sang? You sang?

-You told me you were tone deaf. -Oh, he is.

Um, I brought you a spare key. You can change in the car.

Thanks. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.

We can't let a free pitcher of beer go to waste.

And look, a table opened up. Come on.

Thanks. I'll go change.

-I got you a little something. -Oh!

I spent my junior year in Paris, and I love the city.

They really know how to live there. You may never come back.

-What are you doing, Darla? -We're gonna play a game.

It's called "Never Have I Ever." It's really simple.

We go around in a circle, and when it's your turn, you say something that you've never done, like, "I've never driven a Ferrari."

And if someone else in the circle has, they hand you a match.

And whoever has all the matches at the end of the game is the winner.

-What do we get if we win? -You're not gonna win, so I wouldn't worry.

She always wins. All right, I'll start.

Um, I have never been to Paris.

So I give you that. Topical.

Yes. Thank you.

Steve, you go.

I have never been to a nudie beach.

Oh, good one, Steve!

We went on this corporate retreat in St. Barths.

-That was so awful! -Darla instantly ripped her clothes off.

[laughs] That's not true!

We all just took pictures, we were embarrassed for her.

Oh, my God! You've seen everybody at this table naked.

That's an accomplishment, my friend.

Thank you for sharing that, Darla. You're welcome.

Wait. Steve? You've seen Steve naked?

Steam after racquetball.

That's true. We like to do that.

All right, it's your turn.

Oh, I have never, ever locked my keys in my car.

Oh! You are a perfect person.

Well, I wouldn't say perfect, but...

Yes, I would. Oh!

[both laugh]

Adam?

Okay, I have never seen Gone With the Wind.

None of you at this table have seen Gone With the Wind?

I saw like half. What's the matter with you people?

Okay, your turn.

I have never had sex with a woman.

Okay.

You're killing me. [Alison] Darla!

You're the adventurous one. Yeah, yeah, let's all discuss it.

Okay. No, that was a joke. Thank you, Senna.

Okay, it's my turn.

I have never been to Vegas.

Oh, hmm. [Senna] Yeah, well, there goes mine.

[Steve] Anybody else?

Give him your match, Mr. I'm Single, I've Got a Ticket.

I didn't go.

I had a ticket once for a trip to Vegas.

Never got on the plane.

They were going to elope.

She knows we were engaged, Darla.

I was engaged once too. My high school quarterback.

Ooh, we all make mistakes.

-I think it's your turn. -Mine? Oh.

Um...

I have never smoked pot.

Whoa! Wow.

Strategical.

You know what? I should probably give you two.

[laughs]

All right. Adam?

Okay.

I... have never intentionally humiliated a friend in front of a crowded rowdy cowboys.

Oh, you loved every minute of it.

We all did.

Give me my match.

Okay, um, it's your turn.

I've never loved any man but Adam...

and I don't think I ever will.

We may have seen each other naked, but that's the extent of it.

I think I've had enough of this game.

[man] ♪ And it don't come easy ♪

I mean, I know it's her birthday but... she had no right.

That was completely inappropriate.

[signal blinking] What are you doing?

Adam.

I'm sorry.

Adam, what are you doing?

Where are you going? Adam!

I don't know whether to hug you or punch you in the face.

Adam.

Where's Alison?

I left her on the side of the road.

What? In the car!

Don't worry, she's not gonna die.

She might kill me.

Sorry about that?

"I've never loved any other man, and I don't think I ever will"?

Isn't that a little melodramatic?

I'm a little melodramatic.

So, you didn't mean it?

No, I meant it. Absolutely.

I'm in a relationship with Alison.

She moved here to be with me.

So?

I don't feel the same way about her as I do about you.

So...

You'll meet somebody else. Oh, would you stop it already with that!

You want me to admit I was wrong? Okay, I was wrong!

I thought there'd be five or three or at least one other, but guess what?

I obviously don't feel that way anymore because here I am with you!

The problem is, I don't know what I'm supposed to do about that!

Marry me.

-You're not serious. -Hey, I took a knee here.

Is that a yes?

Yes.

Once again, I don't have a ring.

I don't care.

Can I ask you something?

Anything.

What changed your mind about there being only one?

You did, stupid.

[Senna] I have wished for the same thing since I was ten years old.

I just kind of closed my eyes and imagined--

I guess you'd call it... a moment.

A moment where all of my screwups and heartaches... would just kind of fade into the background and who I was meant to be would emerge.

I got my moment.

Olga! Where's Olga?

I don't know!

Help me find Olga, or I will have a heart attack.

[Darla] Olga? Where's Olga?

Come on! I need to find Olga!

Come on, sweetie.

Gorgeous. Okay, smile. Out there. Okay, go.

Senna, what are you doing?

I am sewing this button back on that. No, we're done!

You can't send them out there without a coat.

Stay out there. Do you need me to do something?

Babe, do whatever.

Do you want me to do something? I'll go out.

Oh, you are so cute. Hat! Get a hat!

Here. Here's the red hat. Do you need this hat?

No, the gray hat. The gray hat.

Here's another hat. Is she ready?

Go, go, go.

Okay. Smile. Smile, smile.

Whoo! Good girl. God, I love this.

No, no, not me, Tom!

Me. Oh, yes, you.

Coat, coat, coat. Coat, coat, coat.

Hurry up. Fast, fast, fast, go!

[shushing] You look beautiful, honey.

Hold on. Teeth check. Wait.

Yeah, don't be nervous, okay? Everybody out there loves you.

I wouldn't have invited them if they didn't.

[applause]

They're clapping.

They love it. They love you.

Okay.

Okay. [sighs]

All right. No, wait, wait. Wait for it.

Okay.

[announcer] Ladies and gentlemen, Ms. Senna Berges-Price.

[applause] Yay!

Whoo! Whoo!

[folk intro]

♪ Yesterday was a day I could do without ♪

♪ I sat around wondering If I'd ever figure out ♪

♪ Why the winds of the world Never blow my w♪y

♪ I just need a breeze In my sails ♪

♪ Feels like I'm drifting Out at sea ♪

♪ But I hear you sayi♪g

♪ Sooner or later It all falls into place ♪

♪ And all of the pieces Once mixed ♪p

♪ Somehow rearran♪e

♪ Someday you will see More clearly ♪

♪ The truth that's been there All alo♪g

♪ That sooner or later It all falls into place ♪

♪ I look inside and try to find Ways to tell myself ♪

♪ Turn around, slow it down Breathe in ♪

♪ Think of something else ♪

♪ That may work But it won't work every day ♪

♪ Still wishing for wind In my sails ♪

♪ I know that the season's Bound to change ♪

♪ 'Cause I hear you saying ♪

♪ Sooner or later It all falls into place ♪

♪ And all of the pieces Once mixed ♪p

♪ Somehow rearran♪e

♪ Someday you will see More clearly ♪

♪ The truth that's been there All alo♪g

♪ That sooner or later It all falls into place ♪

♪ At least I loved you all ♪

♪ And all that you're left with Is hopi♪g

♪ Hoping is all that you need ♪

[vocalizing]

[vocalizing continues]

♪ I'm caught by surprise At all I fe♪l

♪ I change in the season ♪

♪ Suddenly everything All falls into place ♪

♪ And all of the pieces Once mixed ♪p

♪ Are now rearranged ♪

♪ Somehow I'm seeing More clearly ♪

♪ The truth that I've known All alo♪g

♪ And suddenly everything All falls into place ♪

♪ Into place ♪

[fades]