Now we shuffle.
Now you... All right.
- What?
- No, nothing. Just go ahead.

- Is it that?
- No.

- That?
- No.

- That?
- Wrong.

- It's none of those three.
- None of those.

OK. Not that one.
- Not that one.
- No.

- That one.
- Jesus, that's fantastic.

- How did you do that?
- Oh, what's the difference?

That is a miraculous card trick.
And I was watching really closely.
Where did you learn that?

I'm a gal that's been around. I've
picked up a lot of useless information.

You tell fortunes. You do card
tricks. You do séances, too?

Nuh-uh. Not me. I figure whatever's
out there, it's their business.

Besides, you think I wanna
bring back my ex-husband?

As soon as possible,
Pearl and I are gonna get married.

Oh, God.
- That's gonna sink Mother.
- She'll get over it.

- Easy for you to say.
- It's not easy.

- How long have you known her, Dad?
- Now, a month.

A month? Isn't that a little hasty?
- We've spent a lot of time together.
- That's a lot of time?

I expect you all at the wedding.
Flyn, too. I insist that
Flyn fly in and meet Pearl.

- The whole thing does seem a bit fast.
- It's gonna be fine.

She's a nice woman.
She's kind. She's affectionate.

Christ, I'm 63 years old, I wanna relax.
I'm happy just to lie
on the beach with her.

I like it that she's full of energy
and demonstrative and open.

You just met her. She's a widow,
and you're a wealthy man.

- So she's after my money?
- She's not saying...

- Why? Is that so far-fetched?
- I won't dignify that.

Don't get upset. A man in
your position has to be careful.

You don't know her yet.
She's a fine woman, and I love her.

It's going to be the worst possible
thing that could happen to Mother.

I can't believe she imagines
we'll get back together.

She imagines it because
everyone except me leads her on.

- I don't wanna hear that story.
- It's true.

And all that talk about a trial separation?
You were never coming back.