Best Lines provided by Eva
Adam: You sure you got everything?
Connor: Lunch, math, notebooks, water bottle.
Chelsea: Mm. Book report?
Connor: Of course, I have that.
Chelsea: [Gasps] Aha! Luckily, you’ve got the best mom.
Adam: And father.
Connor: The best mother and father in the world.
Chelsea: [Laughs] You left that masterpiece in the printer. I get extra points, huh?
Adam: What? You mean the printer that your fantastic father fixed?
Chelsea: Well, I feel like we overlooked a very simple explanation for that. Like, was the printer unplugged? Was it missing paper in the tray?
Adam: What I did to the printer is highly technical, okay? I could tell you, but I don’t think you would understand. You know, I became the printer.
Chelsea: Huh. Oh, okay. Before we know it, he’s gonna take credit for reading the book and writing the paper.
Adam: I am just saying it takes all members of the family to make things happen.
Connor: Thanks, dad.
Chelsea: Yeah. Thank you, Mr. Wonderful.
Adam: Hey, she is in a really good mood. What is that about?
Chelsea: Wha– why do I need a reason to be in a good mood?
Connor: She’s been laughing at her own bad jokes ever since she got backfrom her dinner with Billy. I forgot my title page. Be right back.
Chelsea: Why does everyone keep saying Billy and I were on a date? The server at the restaurant made the same mistake. It was just — it was two friends sharing a meal, having a g-rated conversation, which was a big step for me, by the way.
Adam: I know going out in the world has been a challenge for you. I mean, what has that been like?
Chelsea: It made me feel confident, strong.
Adam: Well, that’s good.
Chelsea: Yeah. And you know what? It’s nice to have a friend.
Adam: I 100% support your choice to have friends, Chelsea. Going out with Chloe. Go have coffee with Sharon. Hell, make some new friends. But — but Billy? I don’t advise it.
Chelsea: Why? Men and women aren’t allowed to be friends?
Adam: No, that’s not what I’m saying. I’m looking out for you.
Adam: The real Billy, you know, the one who can’t, uh, commit to a job or a woman for more than a couple months, the one who’s still trying to figure out what he wants to be, if he — [Scoffs] If he grows up — he’s in hibernation, and you’re being finessed. This “normal guy” act is not gonna last. It never does.
Chelsea: Adam, it’s not as if you’re involved or anything.
Adam: Well, you’re going out all the time. I mean, do you have any idea what that looks like?
Chelsea: [Laughs] Well, I hope it looks like I’m out having fun. And I refuse to feel ashamed about that