SUMMER (re: suit) Where you coming from? TOM What? Oh. Nowhere. How long have you been sitting there? SUMMER Awhile. Tom finds it hard to look at her. 110. SUMMER I come here a lot. I always loved this place, ever since you brought me here. The mention of their past makes the atmosphere frosty. TOM So... I should probably say congratulations. SUMMER Probably. But only if you mean it. TOM I don't know if I do honestly. SUMMER I understand. TOM Yeah well...anyway...I hope you're happy. SUMMER You really do? TOM (BEAT) God no. They both laugh a little. The tension begins to dissipate. SUMMER How are you, Tom? TOM I'm good. Ish. SUMMER That's good. TOM Yeah I quit the office. SUMMER Really? That's great! What are you doing now? TOM Mostly...sleeping. Breaking things. Awkward silence. 111. TOM So who's the guy? SUMMER Who, my guy? TOM Yeah... Wait. Don't tell me. I don't want to know. SUMMER Tom... TOM No really, I don't. SUMMER Ok. More awkward silence. This one goes on a beat longer. And THEN: TOM It's amazing to me. You're married. SUMMER I know. TOM You're not only someone's girlfriend, your someone's wife! SUMMER Pretty crazy, huh? TOM (SIGHS) I'll never understand that. SUMMER Tom -- TOM What's different now? How could things change so quickly? SUMMER I don't know. It just happened. TOM What happened?! That's what I don't get. 112. SUMMER I... Tom... TOM What, tell me... SUMMER I woke up one day and I knew. Tom says nothing. SUMMER I knew I could promise him I'd feel the same way every morning. In a way that I... I never could with you. And there's not much else to say after that. Tom gets up to leave. TOM You know what sucks? Realizing that everything you believe in is complete bullshit. SUMMER What is? TOM Destiny, soulmates, true love. All that stuff. It's nothing more than silly childhood fairy tale nonsense, isn't it? God! SUMMER Tom, don't go. TOM I should have listened to you, Summer. You were right all along. Summer takes a beat to let this hang there. SUMMER I was right? And then, out of nowhere, she begins to hysterically laugh. TOM What? This is funny? 113. Tries to stop but it only makes it worse. Now's she's completely cracking up. TOM What are you laughing at? And she can't stop. She's totally lost control. TOM (trying himself not to LAUGH) You're a crazy person! SUMMER Tom! You're the crazy person! TOM What are you talking about?! SUMMER One day I'm reading a book at the corner deli and this guy sits down and starts asking about it. Now he's my husband! TOM This is funny to you? SUMMER What would have happened if I went to the movies instead? If I went somewhere else for lunch? If I showed up to eat ten minutes later? Tom, it was meant to be, just like you said. And as it was happening, I knew it. I could feel it, sure as the sun. And I kept thinking to myself "Holy shit. Tom was right." You were right about all of it. (BEAT) It just wasn't me you were right about.