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you later.
I feel so good for you.
Call me soon.
Okay, Mel.
I just want
to make this clear, you know.
I see other women.
I didn't exactly think
we were engaged.
Your ego. Really!
Okay. Let's stay in tonight.
You're saving a fortune on me.
I'll cook.
It's been three weeks,
and you haven't
even seen my house.
My best instincts
had me avoiding it.
What are you thinking?
I'll tell you what.
I think this is really sad...
that you need this stuff
to impress girls.
Need it?
Sometimes it isn't enough.
There's nothing wrong
with using your assets.
I think it turns your profession
into a sex trap.
Everybody uses
whatever they have.
I earned it!
There's 106 astronauts
in the whole fucking world,
and I'm one of them!
It's part of me.
Sorry. I didn't
mean to trip...
on such a deeply felt principle.
Do you want to know
what bothers me?
None of us ever
got together in one room,
locked all the doors,
and compared notes
on the experience.
I think we had to pretend...
it wasn't the fun that it was.
You do sense the speed.
I remember looking out
the window of the spacecraft...
I sound like somebody
with a big belly...
telling their stories about Korea.
Anyway, I'm looking
out the window.
I see a piece of the spacecraft,
and it's whistling
along the ground.
It doesn't make a sound.
The only sound you hear,
the only noise
in the entire world,
is your heart beating.
It's indescribable.
Anyway, I can't think
of a better way of saying it.
That was my moment,
the one that doesn't go away.
You know what I mean?
This is my moment.
No, don't get nervous.
You don't think it's love
because we're having fun.
Love can be fun.
Would you stop making faces?
That's wonderful.
What we have here is
a typical grad-school girl crush.
Would you please stop
telling me this is a crush?
The fun with getting
involved with someone...
unavailable and slightly older...
is that sometimes you hear
what's really going on.
Flap, you are such an...
...incredible asshole!
Excuse me.
God damn it, Emma,
you'll ruin us!
You're a spectacle!
I am not!
Stop jiggling her.
She'll throw up.
Your timing was perfect.
You caught us
before we did anything.
I'm taking the kids to Houston.
Give me the baby.
You don't know what I did,
just like I don't know
what you do...
on your afternoon drives.
Professor Horton, can we talk...
about my grade?
You ought to be
happy I'm going.
If I stayed here,
I'd make life hell for you.
Don't follow me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me!
It's them. It's them!
Garrett, come meet Emma.
No, you don't need outsiders.
You're no outsider!
I'll see them later.
Emma, this is Garrett.
Oh! Pleasure to meet you.
I've heard so much about you.
Your mother's been
looking forward to this.
Go ahead.
Anything wrong, Garrett?
Very nice to meet you.
Must be nice to be home.
Oh, it's great. It's great.
I'll be over later.
They're tired,
and will get to sleep early,
and I'd like to get to bed early.
Grandma, Grandma, Grandma!
Come on out. All right.
This one likes to squeeze.
Teddy likes to squeeze,
Tommy likes to squeeze.
You both get a squeeze.
The baby.
Where's the baby?
Oh, there is my baby.
Look at the baby!
I think she looks
a little like you.
A little? She is like
looking in the mirror.
She loved the ride.
She hardly cried at all.
Bring in the suitcases.
I talk to you every day.
Mother, you look great.
You look terrible.
Nobody wants a girl who's
washed-out and tired-looking.
I just drove 1,000 miles.
Besides, men love me
the way I am.
You finally take one
small step away from Flap,
it's with an unavailable,
older lowan.
Tell me about the astronaut.
You going to sleep now,
or are we going to talk?
How's the astronaut, Mother?
Oh, really?
He has a name, though.
You really like him.
Well, it's just so...

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