Eileen: So tell me about this Max guy. Boyfriend?
Liz: Boyfriend, uh, ex-boyfriend, I don't know. It's so weird that you don't know who Max Evans is. He's like-- He's like such a big part of my life. You don't even understand. [she takes a swig.]
Eileen: You want to talk about it?
Liz: I don't know. It's like complicated.
Eileen: Yeah, it's always complicated. Here, try me.
Liz: Well...he-- he was with this other girl.
Eileen: He stepped out?
Liz: And she ended up pregnant.
Liz: It's been really rocky since then.
Eileen: I can't believe you're even with him. Once a cheater, always a cheater.
Liz: but see, he really didn't cheat on me, because technically we weren't together at the time.
Eileen: Who cares about technically, did you love him?
Liz: Yeah. Definitely. I still do.
Eileen: And he hurt you.
Eileen: Well then, he's a cheater.
Liz: I wish it was that simple, you know? But there's like all this-- there's like all this stuff that you don't even like know about.
Eileen: Liz, it is that simple. Okay? There's always extra stuff and it's all just excuses that we make for them. Because we're afraid to leave them and we rationalize and rationalize and let them walk on us. But why are we so afraid? Tell me, what is so scary?
Liz: I don't know.
Eileen: Well, I'm not afraid. [hands her the liquor, and opens the window and yells out:] I AM NOT AFRAID!!
Liz: What are you doing? You are going to get us caught.
Eileen: Come Liz, tell the world. SCREW GUYS WHO CHEAT! YEAH!
Liz: YES! SCREW THEM!
Eileen: WE DON"T NEED YOU!
Liz: I AM FINE ON MY OWN! WAAAAAHHHOOOOOO!!!!
Eileen: YEAH, TAKE THAT!