GABE: Really? Then how did I manage to it seeming like Audrey and I were gonna film to...nothing. I don't even know what I did, but something must have turned her off.
PUCK: Dude. She’s filmed like once since she got here. All she does is garden and go on walks by herself.
PUCK: I wouldn’t take it personal.
GABE: And yet when I try to film with one of those people, I get I think turned down. Fuck if I know. It's hard to explain, Puck. My feelings for him are complicated, but that's not really what I'm having issues with tonight.
PUCK: I don’t think they’re turning you down, dude.
GABE: I mean yes, but not tonight. That's a fuck up for a different evening. I just thought things were going well with someone and then suddenly they weren't.
PUCK: Why the fuck would you call him in the first place?
JAS: for once, I'm actually giving you a compliment. 😉 JAS: funny, the same thing has been said about me. I'm not the kind of girl you can taste once and not crave afterwards. JAS: do you ever like to lend over control to your scene partner? PUCK: Yeah, not a chance.
GABE: I like to know. Besides, this is good character sketch frameworking. The guy who doesn't do committment, how would he propose to the guy who he OBVIOUSLY adores. PUCK: You're so obsessed with me you're writing a book about me. Score.
GABE: Good, make sure it's a nice proposal too. I would even be fine if it was during one of those baseball games you like to go to. You know, where they put it up on that big screen and then there's the kiss cam. PUCK: I'm not a fan of the like, extreme gestures. You have to let me do it on my own terms.