An Unmarried Woman

Hey, honey, these old bones
have known plenty of misery.

But I make it a point to get busy
as soon as I feel the blues comin' on.

Oh, God.
It was so much easier in the '60s.

We had Vietnam,
assassinations, the Black Panthers.

There was a hell of a lot to do.
Can even find a decent cause these days.
We could use a good war.
I could use a double vodka martini.
- Patti's so sad.
- She has a right to be. So do you.

I'm sad, Elaine.
I'm sad. I'm lonely.
I'm depressed.

What do you want me to say?
What do you want me to say?

Where you goin'?
See you guys next week.
Well, let me ride home with you.
- You sure you're all right?
- I'll call you later.

I think we made her
feel worse than she did.

I don't think
that marriage is over yet.

I hope Martin gets a permanent case
of the clap and his pecker falls off.

- Hello.
- Fuck you.

- Hi.
- Hi.

I had a fight with Phil.
What about?
He was defending Daddy.
He doesn't think it was the right thing,
but he understands him.

Phil's a nice boy.
- I hate Daddy.
- He didn't leave you. He left me.

I still hate him.
You'll get over it.