She: We don't talk anymore.
He: I just put down a mil on a commercial just to talk to you.
She: Exactly, you do all the talking. I never get the chance to...
He: You can talk on our website, can;t you?
She: Yeah...if I want to say, "Order this product."
She: It's not exactly a dialogue.
He: What about the print campaign? Hmm? You can't tell me you missed the billboard in Times Square? That was like a 200-foot-tall declaration of love.
She: You're saying that you love me, but you're not behaving like you love me. It's not genuine.
He: I don't know. The agency said I was genuinely being funny, genuinely being charming. They said you would love EVERYTHING I DID!
She: Would you keep your voice down? You're not doing a radio commercial. Look, whether you're funny or not, it's just...I've changed. And you haven't. I mean, we don't even hang out in the same places anymore.
She: You're not even listening, are you?
And so on. The video says it all. The question is, why am I bothering to write a damn book?