My mom's cool, man.
She's getting old now.It's kind of sad.
Like, she just turned 46,and, like...
Yeah, she still works and...
she still drives.
She's a trouper.
I don't know how she does it.
No, every daythat woman gets up,
I'm like, "You're amazing."
My mom's so old,it's like it's cute now.
Like, whenever she doesanything,
I find it adorableand I'm proud.
Like, I talked to my momthe other day.
She was like, "Last night,I got home
"at, like, 11:30.
I just--I went out forsome drinks with my friends."
And I was like, "[bleep], yeah,you did.
[bleep] Amy.Let's go."
It's weird;my mom's single.
It's a very weird thing.
My mom's single.My sister's a teenager.
It's very weird, you know,
'cause whenever one of thembrings a dude home,
I don't know who he's for.
Like, when I answer the door,I don't know if I'm supposed to,
like, beat him upor, like, play catch.
Like, I have no idea.
I'm like, "Are you my new dad?
You want you see my room?"