Darcy: [opening narration] / Leila once said that somebody once said that all stories end in death or marriage... That's 'cause somebody was a complete idiot. Darcy: [narration, as Leila looks at a childhood photograph] Somebody once said that nostalgia is the rust of memory. Now, that one I agree with. Darcy:
See, people's brains are basically oysters, all mucus-ey and gross... but there is always a grain of sand inside, trying to annoy the oyster into making a pearl... Darcy: [narration] ... and not a bogus pearl, either... one with some value, one with some weight... [amongst the post-it notes on the refrigerator, one reads: HAVE A CHILD] Darcy: [narration] ...the kind you cast before swine. Leila Sweet: Come on, Paxil. Darcy: [narration] Of course, there is such a thing as a false pearl. Dr. Beverly Kirk: How long have you and your partner been trying to conceive? Leila Sweet: I don't have a donor, as of yet. Dr. Beverly Kirk: Artificial insemination? Leila Sweet: No thank you.