Teddy: Do I have to set a place for Eli? Because I hear that you forgot to invite him.
Bailey: Why do people forget to invite people to dinner parties?
Teddy: Is that a trick question?
Bailey: I need to break-up with him.
Teddy: Oh, oh, oh. Please don't do it at my party.
Bailey: You see, the last time I broke up with a man he thought I was asking him to wait for me and then he did, apparentally, and he bought lattes for a man named Pierre.
Teddy: Is that slang for something that I don't know about?
Bailey: You see, I try to perserve the dignity of others and that's the problem. And I'm poetic which I'd like to think provides clarity, but it in fact simply clouds the message.
Teddy: Alright, here's what I'd do. Use short, declaritive sentenances. "I'm ending this, all the best to you." Got it? Oh, and do it before the party.
Bailey: Oh, no. Not before. Tomorrow. Before is rude, before is depriving the man of a meal which he's now excited about because your husband couldn't shut up about the sauce.
Teddy: I have to serve dinner to a dead man walking?
Bailey: Oh, buck up. You can handle it.
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