What's that, info blurb? He meets a "free-spirited, Hollywood streetwalker"?
*skepticism* And *that* is Julia Roberts? *laughs*
So, what you're telling me is, that Julia Roberts was once, actually, briefly happy for a time.
I'm not even sure how to say it-- Julia Roberts was happy. *gestures* I can't believe it; I don't believe what my eyes are telling me-- Julia Roberts, happy! *more gestures*
Well, what's so difficult to believe about it?
Hmm. I don't know. I guess that I can believe it.... After all, that was way back.... 1990--that was what, Season 1 of Seinfeld, or something, right?
"Maybe you're right."
"Maybe I'm right? Of course I'm right."
"This is insane. You know, I don't even know where she's staying! She, she's not going to call me, this is unbelievable."
"I know, I know.... Listen, your stuff has to be done by now, why don't you just see if it's dried?"
"No no no, don't interrupt the cycle. The machine is working; it knows what it's doing; just let it finish."
"You're gonna 'overdry' it."
"You, you can't 'overdry'."
"Same as you can't 'overwet'.... You see, once something is wet, it's wet. Same thing with dead: once you die you're dead, right? Let's say you drop dead and I shoot you: you're not gonna die again, you're already dead. You can't 'overdie'; you can't 'overdry'."
I couldn't agree more.
And, like I said, I knew that it wasn't going to last.
But even the idea is a touch amusing-- Julia Roberts, was happy.
" 'Edward'-- that's my favorite name in the whole world."
(a) 1990, or (b) 2005.
'Correct' answer-- (a) 1990. ;)