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- 1+ 8- 1
Love Your Sweater
Mavis: "You know what... (Runs into Beth, who spills juice all over her shirt) "My God!"
Beth: "I'll get some..."
Mavis: "F*ck you. F*ck you! You f**king bitch! Oh my God...you should see your face. It's a joke! Are you just gonna stand there like a big lump? I love your sweaterrrrrrrrrr."
In this painfully awkward scene, Mavis says exactly what she's thinking about Buddy's wife, Beth (Elizabeth Reaser), then tries to cover it all up and smooth things over with a comment about her super-cute "sweaterrrrrrrrrrr." She's coming unhinged. Beth needs to change the locks. And throw another drink on her - this time, on purpose.
- 2+ 4- 1
Matt: "Mavis Gary? I think we went to high school together."
Mavis: "At the same time?"
Mavis really hasn't changed at all since high school. Yes, she's still extremely attractive - but yes, she's still a condescending, evil shrew of a woman. And she has no idea who Matt is, despite the fact that she probably saw him at least once every single day during high school.
- 3+ 4- 2
Find a Therapist
Mavis: "Here's the deal: Buddy Slade and I are meant to be together. And I'm here to get him back."
Matt: "I'm pretty sure he's married with a kid on the way."
Mavis: "I'm cool with it. I mean I've got baggage too."
Matt: "I would keep all of this to yourself. I would find a therapist."
Matt winds up being Mavis' friend, if it's even possible to be Mavis' friend. At least she feels she can be brutally honest with him and he, in turn, can let her know she's insane and needs to get help for her issues quickly.
- 4+ 2- 0
- 5+ 2- 1
Hampton Inn Employee: "Welcome to Hampton Inn. Do you have a reservation?"
Mavis: "No." (Dog growls in Mavis' bag)
Hampton Inn Employee: "Is that a dog in your bag?"
Hampton Inn Employee: "We actually allow small pets with a cleaning deposit."
Mavis: "Good. Because I have a small dog...in my vehicle."
Let's get one thing straight: Mavis Gary is a b*tch. She's rude, self-centered and just generally a horrible person who is virtually impossible to like. She also lies - as you can clearly see from this quote.
- 6+ 1- 0
We Can Beat This
Mavis: "You can come to the city with me like we always planned."
Buddy: "Mavis, I'm a married man."
Mavis: "I know we can beat this thing, together."
Well, Mavis is nothing if not single-minded! She refuses to accept that Buddy has moved on with his life and is happy. She sees his marriage as a problem they can "beat."