Jack: It's crazy.
Emilia: Oh, Will is so sweet. He sounds really smart.
Jack: He is. You know, there's something I've been thinking about.
Emilia: I think we should move in together.
Emilia: Just hear me out. I love you, and I know you love me too.
Jack: I love you. I do. But I have a family.
Emilia: You have a son, Jack. You don't have a marriage. You've said that a lot.
Jack: Okay, fine, I have a son. That's more than a marriage. And he's not the happiest kid. He's not unhappy. He just- he's lonely. It's bad when your kid is lonely. I mean, I used to think we should have had more for Will, mainly. But Carolyn- anyway, we- I'm glad we didn't. Screwing up one child is enough for a lifetime. I'm done. What? Emilia.
Emilia: I'm on the pill. I don't understand. Look, don't- don't worry about it, okay? It's early. It's, like, eight weeks or something, so it won't be a problem.
Nono: To Emilia and Jack. May their marriage be long and fruitful.
Emilia: Well, fruitful we can do. I'm so glad you came. Thank you. It's so soon.
Mindy: No, it's good for me to get out of the house. And I'm so happy that you're expecting. Don't think I'm envious, honestly.
Emilia: This is gonna be you before you know it.
Mindy: I know. We're already trying, so-
Emilia: Wow, that's so quick. That's great.
Simon: How long have your father and Jack known each other?
Emilia: Oh, we all had dinner together last month just before the divorce came through. But they got along right away. They have private jokes already.
Simon: Hmm, well, they'rea day away from wearing each other's clothes just for fun.
Mindy: Well, we all end up marrying our fathers, don't we?
Simon: Yes, I only fuck men in shorts and black socks who make me join Little League. It's weird.
Emilia: Jack and my dad couldn't be more different. Jack's so principled.
Simon: Have you met the kid yet?
Emilia: Saturday. But from Jack's stories, I get the feeling he's a little high-maintenance.
Mindy: Whatever. That's the one you want to please if you want this to work out.
Emilia: Jack. Hi, guys.
Jack: Hi. Will, this is Emilia.
William: Pleased to meet you.
Emilia: Pleased to meet you too. This is for you. I got it at the Museum of Natural History next door. That's why I was late. Your dad told me it's your favorite place.
William: There's no evidence that theropods were orange. Plus, I'm eight.
Emilia: Well, I guess it's not very realistic, huh? But there's also a book in there about Central Park, which is my favorite place since I was about your age.
William: Anyway, thank you.
Jack: You know, there's a show at 10:30. We should go.
Marriage witness: You may kiss the bride.