Keeping the Faith

- Okay, so how do you deal with that?
- It's not an issue for me.

- It's really not. It's not--
- Really?
- Yeah, I'm past that point. It's--

I'm completely committed to what I do.
I really am.

To my work, to ministering to people.
It defines me completely as a person.

- A-And it fulfills me. You know?
I'm very happy.
- Hmm.

And, and that, that particular
sacrifice is-- It's a gesture.
It's a symbol of my commitment.

- That's quite a gesture.
- Yeah, I know it seems that way.

But, you know, I-- It's like
when people quit smoking, and,
and the first year is really tough...

and then people
can light up right in front of you
and it doesn't even bother you.

I quit smoking two years ago.
When people smoke in front of me,
I want to French-kiss them...

just to suck the smoke
out of their lungs, okay?

- Well, don't be a priest.
- I-- God!

I really admire your commitment.
- Well--
- I don't think I could take it.

You've given up all kinds of things
for what you do. You--

Yeah, but there comes a point
where I just crave contact.

You know? Like, I-I wanna
touch someone and be touched.

Oh, you're amazing.
- Thanks.
- You're welcome.

- Thus endeth the sex conversation?
- Thus endeth.

I bet no one ever asks
the Dalai Lama these questions.

You know what?
Len, don't argue with me.

Look, I have it right here
in front of me, and it's not right.

I'll be back in the office in an hour.
Run it again.

God, I hate these Harvard guys.
Mmm! Rachel Rose.
- Mmm.
- Yeah. When's that going down?

- Thursday.
- Thursday night, 8:00 p.m., dinner.

- Are you excited?
- Yeah. I have a pretty good feeling.

- Where are you taking her?
- I don't know. I thought, uh, Ernie's.

Ernie's? You can't take her to Ernie's.
Ernie's has been around
since we were kids.