Sex, Lies, and Videotape

You know? I mean, we have to run out
of places to put this stuff eventually.

The last time... I started feelin' this way
is when that barge was stranded

and, you know, it was goin' around
the island and nobody would claim it.

- Do you remember that?
- Yes, I remember.

Do you have any idea
what may have triggered this concern?

Yeah. Yeah.
You see, the other night
John was taking out the garbage,

and he kept spilling things
out of the container,

and that made me...
I started imagining, like,
a garbage can that produces garbage.

And it doesn't stop, it keeps producing
garbage. And it keeps overflowing.

And, you know, what would you do
to try to stop something like that?

- Ann, do you see any pattern here?
- What do you mean?

Well, last week we were talking about
your obsession with
the families of airline fatalities.

Now we're talking about your
concern over the garbage problem.

Yeah... So?
Well, if you think about it, I think
you'll see the object of your obsession

is invariably something negative
which you have no control over.

Yeah, but how many people do you think
run around obsessing over
how great and how happy things are?

You know, I mean, maybe they do,
but I don't think they're in therapy.

Anyway... bein' happy isn't all that great.
I mean, the last time
I was really happy, I got so fat.

I must've put on 25 pounds.
I thought John was gonna have a stroke.
- So, what are you worried about?
- What am I looking at here?