Garden State

My mom just died.
God, that's weird
to say that out loud, but, uh...

My mom just died.
And, uh...

Yeah, that's why I'm home.
I'm so sorry.
God, I'm so sorry.
And here I am, like, putting you
through another one of these.

Not thatJelly's like
anywhere near your mom's.

I mean,
we loved Jelly but...

I'm so sorry.
No, it's okay.
It's all right.

I'm all right with it.
Anyway, I think it's
what she wanted, so...

How'd she die?
She drowned actually.
Yeah, my, uh...
My mother was a paraplegic.

She was in a wheelchair
so she, uh...

You know, and, uh...
I guess she was
taking a bath...

and she must have
slipped or something.

That's what they say.
I don't... I don't know. But...

needless to say,
she drowned and...

that's how she...
sh-she died.

This was, uh...
Oh, my God.
Why are you crying?
I don't know.
I'm sorry.

Because... I'm not
usually like this.

It's just like...
It's just so sad.

You know, it's like...
It's so tragic, isn't it?
It is. It's like...

It's like real life
tragedy or something.

Anyway, let's change
the subject, okay?

Let's really bring
the focus back toJelly...

'cause what could be ruder than talking
about someone else who died...

when you're in the act of
burying a close friend?

- Well, what should we do?
- I don't know. I've only been
to one of these things.

You appear to be
the expert.