Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2015–…): Season 4, Episode 12 - Episode #4.12 - full transcript

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"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"...

Dr. Shin, he's gonna
prescribe me a bunch of meds,

like doctors always do.
And they're not gonna work.

- And I'm gonna end up back here.
- Hello, Rebecca.

All of the other meds
I've been prescribed

- have made me numb or drowsy.
- I think,

with the right diagnosis

and treatment,

you can get a lot better.

I have been dreaming about
going to Raging Waters with you

ever since you told me about it
that day at camp.

Let's do something fun,
like go to Raging Waters?

He took her to Raging Waters!

That's her Paris!

I'm gonna be a lawyer.

Well, you have worked so hard.
You're almost there, babe.

Paula knows the office, like,

inside and out.

Paula's in charge.

She can handle it all.

Somebody else
always does it.

I am the someone else!

You know what, it's okay.

Let me be happy.

I want you to be happy.
I do.

Greg makes me feel
like I'm okay.

Maybe we could be
the best versions of ourselves

if we're together.

♪ Meet Rebecca ♪

♪ She's the coolest girl
in the world, wait ♪

♪ Wrong Rebecca ♪

♪ It's this one over here ♪

♪ She's spunky, she's sweet,
a generous friend ♪

♪ Oh, but there
she looks kind of mean ♪

- Hmm.
- ♪ Okay, she's snarky ♪

♪ Sarcastic and a... ♪

♪ What you know, we're not really
seeing a common theme ♪

♪ Meet Rebecca ♪

♪ She's too hard
to summarize ♪

♪ So let's go back
to Other Rebecca. ♪

I lived in a wall
for eight months.

Season 04 Episode 12

Episode Title: "I Need A Break"

this is great.

- What a perfect day.
- Hmm.

How many times are we gonna
circle this one block?

Well, you go one block east,
that's the freeway.

- Mm.
- And one block west is the other freeway.

So this is just
the perfect block.

I love just doing stuff
like this with you.


You know, holding hands
is a strange concept.

If you think about it,
it actually makes more sense

to hold someone's elbow.

Less sweaty, less germy,

and the elbow gets so little
love otherwise, you know?

Uh-huh. That's
a funny point,

but I like hands.

- Um, hi.
- Hi.

So, I have an idea.

A notion. A concept.

Une idée folle.

The last time you said that,
you wanted to look into

my eyes
for 20 minutes straight.

I know.
Wasn't that great?

I got to know
your eyes so well.

I could draw your eyes
with my eyes closed.

Mm-hmm. Yeah,
I guess you could do that now.


we've been dating
for a few weeks now.

I am new Rebecca,
you are new Greg.

We have been taking it slow
in a really mature way.

Yeah, I'm not sure
we've been sticking

to that "taking it slow" thing.

We've spent
the last two weeks together,

every single night.

I know. And I'm sorry
about last night.

I know you said you wanted
to spend the night alone

to get a full eight hours, but
then I got afraid of the dark.

So thank you for coming over.

- I'm a hero.
- You are.

- Truly.
- Mm.

Okay, so we've been having
so much fun together.

I was thinking
we could have more fun

at the most romantic place
on Earth.


Raging Waters!

- Oh...
- What do you say, babe?

Oh, I'm sorry. In a mature,
taking-it-slow relationship,

is "babe" okay?

- Yeah. "Babe" is completely okay, babe.
- Okay.

All right, I know you don't like
water parks or amusement parks

or... parks, but you've
never been to one with me.

Uh, yeah. I don't know though.

Groups of people having fun
and enjoying themselves,

it's-it's not my thing.

God, don't be grumpy.

You have a bad case
of the Mondays.

Oh, whoa.
No, never say that.

And if I see you on Wednesday
and you call it Hump Day,

it's over.

Okay. Listen,

I really want to go
to this water park with you.


What do you say?

What do you say?

What do you say?

What do you say?

All right. Yeah, I don't want
to be a dick about this.

Let's do it.



Bad case
of the Mondays, huh?

Oh, who the hell knows?

My whole life is
Mondays right now.

Between work and kids and
studying for the bar,

I'm... wiped.

Yeah. And I want you
to take this the wrong way...

You look like crap.

You want to use my office,
take a woman nap?

Oh, I napped once.

It was 1983.

It was great.

Is there anything I should know
before I head down

to county jail today?

Today? No, no, no.

You're not going.
I'm going.

Huh? No.
It's my turn.

Rebecca was last week, this week is me,

- then you'll go...
- No. No, no, no, no.

I have to go and make sure
everything's taken care of properly...

No, you don't.
I can handle it, all right?

You have
Hanifa's hearing today.

- I'm aware.
- Paula,

the fact that you are
volunteering and working

while you're studying
for the bar exam is insane.

When I studied for the bar,
I just went to my uncle's island

and unplugged.

I suggest you do the same.


I got this.

I'm fine.

I have to do all these things.

I will do all these things.

I just need a little coffee,

and my real problem
is that these mugs...

are too damn small.

I have been
in Southern California

for such a long time,

and I still haven't been
to Raging Waters

because I've been waiting to go
with a special someone.

And now he's here.

You have very powerful
feelings for Greg.

And... water slides.

Oh, yeah. Whew.
But the last time

I saw you,
which was weeks ago...

You've been rescheduling

- Ooh, sorry...
- also expressed feelings

for Nathaniel and Josh.

Who? No. Oh, no, no. I'm not
thinking about them right now.

- No.
- You also mentioned

you intended on taking
things slow with Greg,

which I thought
was a wise decision,

since you do need to
continue the hard work

- on managing your BPD.
- Yep.

And I'm doing that.

Totally. I'm just...
that's what I'm doing.

How's group therapy?

Haven't needed it.

I have it all under control.

I have that darkness
under control.

I don't think
I need to monitor

the situation
that closely anymore.

I mean, it's like you said,
I'm a loving person

who deserves love, and now
I'm-I'm finally getting some.

And gettin' some.

Ah. I see.

- Uh...
- Sex.

- Yeah, I-I got that.
- Yeah.

I just don't want you
to forget

the work that you need to do
for self-care

right now, because romantic
love for you can be tricky.

Yeah. Okay.

- So?
- So,

I know how you feel
about medication,

but I am

once again going
to recommend antidepressants

to help stabilize
your mood.

No. No.

No. No, I've told you
over and over, I'm...

No, I'm not doing that.

- But, Rebecca...
- When I was in college,

they gave me those pills,
and I was a zombie.

New York, pills, zombie.

My mother put pills in my
milkshake to make me a zombie.

And then the last time
I took pills,

lest we forget,
was on a plane.

Those were totally
different medications

than what I would recommend.

Dr. Shin and I have
conferred on this.


you have done
so much work.


Do you have any idea
how many workbooks I've done?

Have you done any lately?

I... I'm sorry,

I came in here
just wanting to talk

about going to a water park
with my boyfriend.

Okay, I see you're upset.

Yeah. I got to go.

Rebecca, I'm concerned.

You won't go to group,

you haven't been
seeing Dr. Shin,

you won't consider medication.

If you discontinue
our work,

I'm worried
you're gonna backslide.

Let's go on a slide backwards.


This is so nice.

It's-it's, like,
even nicer than I dreamed.

Yeah, I like it.

And they have my
brand of diet soda.

I'm a man of few needs.

Just me and a
cup of diet soda

the size of
eight cups of diet soda.

Okay, what rides
do you want to go on first?

We could go on Dr. Von Dark's
Tunnel of Terror.

We could go
on the Dark Hole.

I don't go on rides.


We're at a water park,

and you don't go on rides?

Why didn't you say anything?

Well, I-I tried to,
but you-you

- kind of steamrolled...
- Oh, geez.

Well, now I feel
like an idiot.

I'm gonna be going
on water slides alone?

Well, I will walk you to a ride.

I will hang out
while you ride.

I will take an exit photo
of you leaving the ride.

I will even let you describe
the ride experience

and smile at every adjective.


Really okay?

Or fake okay?

Hey, babe?

Yeah, babe?

Just go on one ride
with me, hmm,

so I don't seem like the creepy
adult riding a ride alone?

You know what,
you're right.

I don't want you
to be that woman,

and I don't want to be
with that woman.

- Yes.
- So... Okay.

- Thank you.
- All right. Sure.


about this judge,
he is tough

on granting
parole transfers.

So we have your proof
of employment.

We've got the lease
to your new apartment in Irvine.

Yep. Got it all
right here,

along with a letter
from my new boss.

Great. Um, the good news
is that I know this judge,

and I can get him to approve
the move. I'm sure of it.

So, I'm very excited, Hanifa.

I am feeling great.

Are you?
'Cause you look like hell.

And please take offense at that.

Uh, I'm under the weather,

and I'm-I'm fighting something,

Whoa. I don't think
the dosage is eight.

I don't think the dosage
to anything is eight.

No, I'm gonna be fine.

These are really gonna hit
the spot.

Your Honor, we are here

and feeling totally fine.

Now, Ms. Downey is
looking to relocate,

and we need to
amend her parole.

- Oh! Great picture.
- Okay.

Okay, yeah,
go to the other side.

I'll go here. Sir,

- can you take a picture of us?
- Yeah.


- No. Put your arms up.
- Hmm?

Just, like, put your arm...
put your... Oh, okay.

Put your arms...
Okay. Okay.

Okay. Okay.


- Oh!
- Oh!


That's funny.

- It's... That was funny.
- All right.

It's gonna be great.
It's gonna be great.

We're gonna have
so much fun. Okay.

Okay. All right,
and... we're off.






I was so excited

to frame a picture of us on a
ride, but I can't frame this.

You look miserable.

Well, you could frame it and
draw on a smile so I seem happy.

Yeah. Ha ha, you're
making fun of me. Ha ha.

Hey, let me set my cutlery aside

for a moment to say,
you seem very annoyed with me.

I just... I had expectations
for how this day would go.

You know, I thought,

I'm new Rebecca,
and you're new Greg,

- so maybe things would be different.
- Okay, hold on.

Yes, I've changed.

I don't drink,
I don't punch walls,

I don't hate myself nearly
as much, but I'm still Greg.

- I'm still me.
- I know.

I just... I stupidly thought

that if we were here,
and we were together,

that... you would like it.

Ah, you thought
I'd like something.


Let me clear that up.

♪ The smell of the water,
kids screaming with joy ♪

♪ I've hated crap like that
since I was a boy ♪

♪ While everyone was laughing
and having so much fun ♪

♪ I would mutter "this sucks"
till the day was done ♪

♪ I detested most stuff ♪

♪ And I still do, you see ♪

♪ I hate everything but you ♪

♪ I hate the feeling of the sun
when it hits my skin ♪

♪ I don't like bands
that have a guy on mandolin ♪

♪ I hate
when people post pictures ♪

♪ With the hashtag "mood" ♪

♪ I hate when people call
blueberries a superfood ♪

♪ I hate when someone says,
"Ooh, it's magic hour" ♪

♪ Or when people actually stop
and smell a flower ♪

♪ I hate white women who call
their engagement rings "bling" ♪

♪ Oh, yes,
I hate everything ♪

♪ But you ♪

More examples!

♪ I hate guys who read magazines
devoted to golf ♪

♪ Hate Frisbee golf ♪

♪ And when people call
Frisbee golf "frolf" ♪

♪ I hate when people ask me
if I'd ever get a tattoo ♪

♪ Hate combination
conditioner and shampoo ♪

♪ I hate doing the wave
at a baseball game ♪

T ♪ I hate couples with
a cutesy couple name ♪

♪ I hate
when someone says a joke ♪

♪ And someone else says "zing" ♪

♪ Oh, yes, I hate everything ♪

♪ But you ♪

♪ 'Cause when I look into
your eyes and I see you smile ♪

♪ When you laugh at yourself
and we talk for a while ♪

♪ Just for a moment, I forget ♪

♪ How much I hate it
when people say "Gotta jet" ♪

Even more examples!

♪ I hate when people say
they're going "off the grid" ♪

♪ Or when someone calls
their baseball cap their "lid" ♪

♪ I hate models who just happen
to date quarterbacks ♪

♪ I hate grown men
who always quote Caddyshack ♪

You know, I don't even know
how to play this.

♪ I hate the phrase
"Love conquers all" ♪

♪ And I hate that it's true ♪

♪ 'Cause I want to not hate
things when I'm with you ♪

♪ You love so many things
and you have so much fun ♪

♪ It makes me wish
my hating days were done ♪

♪ And there's one thing ♪

♪ I want you to know ♪

♪ I'll always hate guys
who name their cars. ♪

Did that... not work?

No, I get it.

You hate everything,
and you hate this place.

It's making you miserable,
so, I'm making you miserable,

and I'm an idiot.
This was a stupid idea.

So let's just go.
Let's just go.

Well, at least
I'm outside in the sun.

What is going on
with you today?

Oh. Um, well, Hanifa got
her transfer to Irvine,

I talked circles
around that judge,

and I just aced the first
section of my practice test.

No, I meant, cover up, lady.
This ain't a beach.

Oh, yeah. I'm sorry.
I'm just... I'm so hot.

Are you hot?

I mean, I'm so hot.

Like, I feel like I'm living
in a pizza oven over here.

If it makes you feel worse,
you also look like crap.

People keep saying stuff like
that to me, and it's so fun.

Look, I don't know.

I just... I feel achy and
lethargic, and I am burning up.

I just... I don't
know what it is.

Hmm. Let me think.

Middle-aged woman, sweating
a lot, feeling like crap.

- Wonder what it could be.
- Oh, come on.

It is not menopause.

Okay, I still get a very,
very powerful period.

It's like the
earth cracking open,

and just hot lava
just pouring out.

Sorry. I'm just super hot,

so all my similes are
gonna be fire-based.

Babe, I went through it.
It's manageable.

You just got
to get to your doctor.

Maybe you're right.
I will get to it at some point.

It is not urgent.
Menopause goes on for years.

I am just... Oh, my God,
right now, I am just so hot.

I just want to work topless.

What do you think?

Probably inappropriate,

but I'd like to see
what you're rockin'.

Thank you.

- Get to your gyno.
- Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Hey, uh, if you don't mind,
I'm just gonna drop you here.

It's been a long day, and I
I don't know if I'm in the mood

to see the hairs on top
of Josh's pubic mons.

All right. Wow.
You're in a really bad mood.

I mean, you just used
the word "pubic mons,"

which I've never heard
anyone say out loud.

Okay, look, you're
upset, I-I see that,

but did you not hear what
I said at the water park?

I mean, I hate myself
for saying it,

- but I said "Love conquers all."
- Okay, you know what?

I just... I don't think
you meant it. I-I can tell.

I know what you're thinking.

You're thinking that
I'm an idiot and that I'm annoying.


Hey, have you changed
anything recently?

Like, different
therapy thing?

Like, have you still
been doing your stuff?

I'm only asking because,
I know from my own experience,

if I stop hitting
those meetings,

I start taking
things too personally

and-and kind
of overreacting.

Oh, so, I'm overreacting,
Dr. Man?

That's what you're saying?
I'm hysterical

and over... ovary-acting?

- Whoa.
- You said

you weren't gonna be
a dick today,

but that was clearly
not the case, babe.


I want to help you,
but it just seems to me

like you need to be
angry and sad right now,

so I'm gonna just go.

Leaving. Great.

That's a classic
Greg move. Yeah.

You like doing that.

Oh, hey, I found something
that you actually like!

"You seem sad, Rebecca."

"Something's wrong, Rebecca."

"I don't like slides, Rebecca."

"You should go back
to group therapy, Rebecca."

"Take some meds, Rebecca."

Whoo, bitches!

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad ♪

♪ If you're not in my crew,
you're green with envy ♪

♪ 'Cause no one's
a nasty little freak like me ♪

♪ Put on a leather jacket
that I got on sale ♪

♪ Smoke old weed
that's super stale ♪

♪ Take an old pain pill
from when my toe was broken ♪

♪ Can't find coke
so I snort ibuprofen ♪

Oh, my God! Oh!

Why did I do that?!

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad ♪

♪ Big night out,
never felt more alive-er ♪

♪ We get cut off
by a student driver ♪

♪ I tell the Uber guy,
"Race that bitch" ♪

♪ As I rant about
Lilo and Stitch ♪

♪ That movie
is cinematic art ♪

♪ Ooh, pull over,
it's a taco cart ♪


Thank you.

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, Lilo's sad. ♪

Have you seen
Lilo and Stitch?

It's so good.

You haven't? Why?

Wait. What were you doing
in 2002 when it came out?

Were you sad about 9/11?

Wait. I was sad about 9/11,
too, but Lilo and Stitch...

honestly really
helped me through it.

♪ You're so sad
that you're not this cool ♪

♪ Your happy smile
makes you look like a fool ♪

♪ You're so sad
you don't roll with me ♪

♪ To quote Stitch,
"Ohana means family" ♪


Wait, that's mine.

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad,
you're sad ♪

♪ I'm not sad, you're sad. ♪

- Strip away my conshionsh.
- What?

What's up, sexy stuff?

Are you drunk?
Uh, well, are you hunk?

Yes, you are.

What is happening?
I just...

I wanted to see you.

Hon-Honestly. Honestly,
I wanted to see you

because the last
conversation we had,

you were so wonderful.

You were
so sweet and kind

and mature,

and you just want
me to be happy,

which is what I want, too.

And, God, Greg.
Greg doesn't know what happiness is.

And Dr. Akopian

just wants me to be this
narcotized vegetable.


No, no, but forget her,
forget her, forget her, forget her.

Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.

Let's talk about you.
Let's talk about you.

Let me tell you
what I am wondering.

Who is the man
of my dreams?

Who is the mons of my dreams?

Who is the
pubic mons of my dreams?

C'mons, baby, kiss me.

- Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- Hmm?

Did you have, like,
a billion drinks tonight?

No, I did not have
a billion, sir.

I had three.

Which, to a petite Jewess,
equals a billion.

Why don't we do this.

Let's just take off our clothes

and see what happens.

Okay, I'm gonna
put you in an Uber.


Come on. Come on.

You know I still
think about you.

At night

when I'm alone in my bed.

You really got to go.

Come on.

Okay, wow. I just...

I j... I just thought
you wanted me.

I thought this was
what you wanted,

so it's, like, weird that
you're ushering me out.

- Get some good sleep tonight, okay?
- O-Okay.

I will. I will. She will.

And I don't need you
to call me an Uber.

I can get my own Uber.

And I'm gonna get
a great Uber,

one with cool lights
and terrible music

and water bottles
and old mints

and a driver
who's a screenwriter.

- Whoa.
- Hmm.

What are you doing?

Baking banana bread.
What does it look like I'm doing?

You smell weird.

That's the primrose oil.

Mrs. H thinks I'm going through
some kind of premenopause thing.

And I'm gonna get to
the gyno at some point,

but in the meantime,
I feel like absolute crapburger.

And I look like one, too,
according to everyone around me.

But I read online

that primrose oil helps,
so I am basically bathed in it.

Babe, you need to take a break.

You're working too hard
and too much.

What? I am fine.
I have to do this.

The bar is coming up
any second,

and I don't have any uncles
with islands.

I mean, my Uncle Terry

has that condo in Tahoe,
but it's a timeshare,

and he only gets it
for a week and a half in July.

Well, can I help at all?

Yeah, can you put these back
in the freezer

and bring me back
new chilled ones? Thanks.

- Hey.
- Hey.

What you doing?

You seen this show?

These Brits
really know how to bake.

- Hence the title.
- Hmm.

I really get it now.

Do we have any burritos?

I want to take a big bite out
of the side of a burrito

just like fake Justin Bieber.

I have peanut butter.

Mmm. Okay, second-best. Thanks.

Oh. That's so good.

You're the best, Josh Chan.


Hey, do you want
a shoulder rub?

Okay, time for you
to go to bed.

- You know, sleep?
- Mm.

Think back to 1983.

Remember how much
you loved that nap?

It is not time for bed.

And stop staring at me.

Well, it's hard,

because you look like you
just crawled out of a grave,

and that is visually
intriguing always.

Okay, I just have to get
through this section here,

and then I will sleep.

And tomorrow, first thing,
we're going to the doctor.

No. No way.

Yes way.

You got to take care
of yourself, Paula.

My God, so oily.

Yeah, don't go
anywhere near an open flame.

Oh, you're great at this.

You know how to do this
because you were a theater girl

and they do massage circles.

George told me that.

Wait, you think of me
as a theater girl?

For real?

Yeah, I guess so.

Um, so, like,
if I were in A Chorus Line,

do you think I would be
Sheila, Cassie or Maggie?

Uh, I don't know,

but I think we should stop.

Uh, because we're roommates

and things, and we should
definitely not have...

Or should we?

Take me, Zach.

Wait. Wait, who's Zach?
He's the director

in A Chorus Line
and runs the auditions,

and some productions
have him just be a voice,

but others cast
an actual actor.


Wait. Okay, no.

No. Okay. Okay,
you're-you're drunk.

You've been drinking.

What? Okay? You
must have had, like,

three drinks tonight.

Okay, you know you can't drink
like that. You're Jewish.

We shouldn't do this.

Josh, I'm sorry.

Oh, my God, I'm so sorry.

I'm so... I'm so sorry.

Are you okay?

I don't know.

I don't know.


...there's somewhere
that I need to go.

There's another ex
I got to deal with.

♪ In my life
I've had so many men ♪

♪ But there's one
I come back to ♪

♪ Again and again ♪

♪ We've been on and off ♪

♪ For such a long time ♪

♪ And now he's back ♪

♪ And I'm feeling, oh, so fine ♪

♪ He's the darkness ♪

♪ My first love, my true love ♪

♪ The darkness ♪

♪ He knows me better
than anyone ♪

♪ He holds me close ♪

♪ And whispers things
that I don't want to hear ♪

♪ When I feel the butterflies
of dread ♪

♪ I know the darkness is near ♪

♪ We met around the time
I started first grade ♪

♪ Every summer after that ♪

♪ We'd play solitaire
in the shade ♪

♪ On prom night
he was the only boy I kissed ♪

♪ And when he'd visit my dorm ♪

♪ I'd remember
how much I'd missed ♪

♪ The darkness ♪

♪ His love for me is pure ♪

♪ The darkness ♪

♪ He's handsome for a metaphor ♪

♪ And his name is ♪

♪ Tyler ♪

♪ Yeah, that feels right ♪

♪ His name is Tyler ♪

♪ He drunk dials me
every night ♪

♪ Tyler, Tyler, Tyler ♪

♪ Your kiss feels like a cut ♪

♪ You play drums
and wear guyliner ♪

♪ And your pet name
for me is "slut" ♪

♪ For so many years
I've used the darkness to feel ♪

♪ But now there are things
in my life ♪

♪ That are actually real ♪

♪ I got to make a choice,
darling ♪

♪ Don't ask me why ♪

♪ So will I have the strength ♪

♪ To tell the darkness ♪

♪ To tell Tyler darkness ♪

♪ Goodbye. ♪




Hi, Dr. Shin.

How are you?

I'm doing very well,
as you can see.


Should we...?

- Yeah, let's go.
- Yeah.

- Oh!
- Okay.


Am I the first person
to sleep on that bench?

- Absolutely not.
- That tracks.

I... stopped doing
any of the work

that I needed to do.

I had a feeling.

We've been missing you at group.

I was just so happy
for a second, and...

I legit thought
I could get away with

not doing any
of the stuff.

I understand.
It's like I did squats

every day for a year,

and now I just want
to eat doughnuts

for the rest of my life and
never go back to the gym

but still have a great butt
forever, you know?

I do know.

I work out
my butt three times a week.

You think I like squats?

I was just tired.

Honestly, the whole
thing is so relentless,

and I threw myself into the
high of the new relationship,

and I stopped doing
any of the work.

And then we
fought a lot,

and then I had, like,
a billion drinks...

A billion?

Yeah. Great. Lehayim.


And then...

I tried to have sex

with both Nathaniel and Josh,
who I now live with,

- by the way.
- Wow.

You have not been
to group in a while.

Yeah. Yeah, no, exactly.
It's bad, it's bad.

God, I feel bad.
I just feel terrible.

But I know what I have to do...

I got to go back into
all the therapy.

Yeah, no.

That's what I'm
gonna do. I promise.

I promise.
I've done it all before.

I'll do it all again.

- Rebecca...
- No, don't.

- You know what I'm gonna say.
- No. Please?

We need to talk
about medication.

Well, here it is,
here we are.

The time we've all
been waiting for.

Press "play"
on the old menopause.

Oh, exciting!

Okay, let's do this.

Are we doing a patch, a pill,
sticking something up my butt?

Whatever is fast and easy,
'cause I have stuff to do.

First tell me your symptoms.

I like to start by
hearing the symptoms.

I'm a funny kind of
gynecologist that way.

Okay, I'm hot.
Like, on fire.

I am exhausted.

I am achy all over,
but especially my arms.

And-and this morning I even
threw up a little bit.

What did the vomit look like?

Um, kinda weird.
Kinda white and milky.


Well, I'll tell you what,
it is possible that

you're starting to go
through menopause,

but I think you're also
having a heart attack.

Ha ha.

Nope, not ha ha.
Not a "ha ha" thing.

I have a patient who needs to go
to cardiac ICU immediately.

Wait, what? ICU?

N-No, I-I can't go there now.
I got stuff to do.

Cool, then put "dropping dead"
on your to-do list for today.

No, don't take out the pad.
What are you doing?

These will not turn you
into a vegetable or zombie.

They're just gonna work with
your existing brain chemicals.

Now, there is Citalopram,
Escitalopram, Paroxetine,

Fluoxetine, Fluvoxamine
and Sertraline.

I have one that I think
will be good for you.

Oh, can you just stop writing?
There's so much writing.

Most people who have
what you have

manage their symptoms
with a combination

of therapy and medication.

- I...
- You have toughed it out

for a long time
on your own here.

And you don't have to.

I can't make you do anything,
but this is what I recommend.

Okay, I appreciate
the recommendation.

Dr. Shin, I acted like
such a horrible witch

to Greg yesterday.

What do I do?

- What do I say to him?
- You know how to do this.

You know how to take
responsibility for stuff.

Okay. No, you're right, I do.

I'm gonna call him and own up

to everything that
happened last night,

and... all of the stuff I did.

And it's gonna suck, and
he's gonna be upset, and...

Oh, God, this might be him.

Let me just get
it over with.

Oh, it's not him, it's Scott.

It's Paula's husband.

That's weird. Why would
he be calling me?


Oh, my God.

Is she gonna be okay?

She had a major blockage,

and walked around
with it for 18 hours.


Mm, because, uh,
my lady is a badass,

and, uh, really,
really stupid.

Did you go to
Ragin Waters recently?

Yeah. How did you know?

You smell like day-old chlorine
and chili cheese dogs.

God, I just...
I love her so much.

Me, too.

So much.

God, when is the doctor
gonna get here?

Hello there.

Is Paula okay?

Yeah, she's doing well.

- My God. Thank God.
- She's incredibly brave.

A lot of patients I have, when
they go under for heart surgery,

they say, "Doc, please
don't let me die."

But with her, she said, "Doc,
you have parsley in your teeth,"

and, "How long is
this gonna take?"

Oh, God. Thank God.

Oh, actually, I know you.
He's very funny.

You're the-the funny doctor.

Dr. Roth.

You were my doctor
when I had a UTI.

Oh, no, you're thinking
of my brother, Dr. Roth.

Uh, I'm Dr. Roth.

I'm sorry about him.
Dr. Roth, I mean.

Dr. Roth.

Dr. Roth, Dr. Roth.

What are you laughing at?

Uh, when can we see her?

Oh, you can go in now, but
one visitor at a time, please.

You go first,
and then I'll go.

I am glad you're okay.

Yeah, me, too.

Paula, what were you doing?

You walked around being so sick
for so many hours,

toughing it out on your own.

You know you don't have
to do that.

I just... I didn't have
time to be sick.

Okay, no one has time
to be sick.

But you have to take
better care of yourself.

I know that now.

Promise me that you will
do everything

the doctors want you to do.

Um, yeah, but they don't
want me to do anything.

They just want me to lie
here for a couple days.

And it's-it's not just
a onetime thing.

They're saying I gotta take
better care of myself for life.

Like salads.

He used the word
"salads," Rebecca.

Without the word "potato"
in front of it.

I mean, I'm not gonna lie,
that sounds awful.

I mean, salads are just piles
of sandwich with no bread.

Hey, listen,
take the word "salad,"

rearrange some letters,
add a couple of other letters,

you get "Satan." Okay?

It's not great...
but you have to do

what they want you to do.

Okay, even if it is tough
and tiring and exhausting...

like a salad.

Because, also,
like a salad,

there are croutons and
bacon bits to look forward to.

Ooh, bacon bits.



Promise me you'll take
better care of yourself.

I will.


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