Jack Foley: It’s like seeing someone for the first time — you can be passing on the street — and you look at each other and for a few seconds, there’s a kind of a. . .a recognition. Like you both know something. But then the next moment the person’s gone, and. . .and it’s too late to do anything about it and you always remember it because it was there and you let it go, and you think to yourself, “What if I had stopped? What if I had said something? What if? What if?” It may only happen a few times in your life.
Karen Sisco: Or once.
Jack Foley: Or once.
Stan: I want to show you something.
Zoe: What is it?
Stan: It’s cheese.
Zoe: I can see that.
Stan: No, no, no, it’s new. I had this idea to use these two different types of goat’s milk to come up with something really unique. It’s sweet and sassy and complex. I was inspired.
Zoe: So what are you saying? I’m your cheese muse?
Steve: You ever think about that night in the park?
Steve: I barely know you. I don’t know your dad’s first name. I don’t know if you ever wore braces or contacts or glasses. I have no idea how you came to be a wedding planner, Mary. . . But I know the curves of your face and I know every fleck of gold in your eyes. And I know that that night in the park was the best time I’ve ever had. P-p-please say something.
Mary: I’m a magnet for unavailable men. . .and I’m sick of it. It’s simple. I know Fran. I respect her. And she loves you. So, besides your tux measurements, that’s all I need to know. Please go away.
Steve: Good night, Mary.