When the batteries in Sarah's TV remote die, she embarks on an odyssey to find new ones; Brian and Steve discuss politics.
I had a really good timelast night.
A really, really good time.
Come to Heavenwith me today.
You'll see the pastand the future.
You can fly.
And I will introduce youto Thomas Jefferson.
I told my friend NatalieI'd help her move, though.
I can stop time.
That is so sweet.
Oh, your pantsare over there.
I mean, not likeI'm asking you to leave.
I just mean, like,if you can't see it
from this angleof still being in my bed.
I should go.
All right, so I guessI'll see you around sometime.
Do you mean it?
Or are you just saying that?
I don't just say things.
I'm a lot of things.I'm not dishonest.
Can I getyour cell number?
I don't have a cell phone.
[musical ring tone]
[ring tone continues]
Like, I--this.I have a, you know,
like a Palm Piloty...
like a BlackBerryish...
I don't know.Would you call this a phone?
Are you comingto help Natalie move?
I can't, I have to helpmy friend Natalie move today.
So you are coming?
Yeah, no, I can't.
All right.I love you, too, Nana.
[phone beeps off]
Your Nana diedfive years ago.
Your Nana died five years ago.
Okay, look,I get it, okay?
I get it.
Oh, busy day?
I'm sorry for liking you!