A dentist, Cliff Addison, and his wife Abbey are driving home. She smokes what she claims is her last cigarette, and Cliff is surprised to learn she’s quitting. He says that he wants her to be around for a long time and insists that he loves her. He tries to apologize and says he’s never going to let her go. Abbey unfastens her seat belt and reaches in the back to show him something, and they come on a tree across the road. The car crashes and Cliff slowly recovers consciousness after his air bag goes off. He realizes that the car is upside down, and calls out to Abbey. He gets out and finds her lying on the ground as gas from the tank leaks onto her. She tells Cliff to get her cell and call an ambulance. As he picks it up and calls 911, the gas ignites, burning her as Cliff looks on in horror...Read the full recap
Ira: Cliff, Cliff, come on. You fell asleep in the bathtub, you got a boner, had a sex dream that went bad.
Cliff: It wasn't a sex dream. It was horrible.
Ira: Well, sex dreams can be terrifying. I once dreamed that I was banging this hot little number, the next thing you know, she turns into a big Rottweiler.
Cliff: She was here.
Ira: Abbey is in a coma, Cliff, I guarantee you she has not left the hospital room.
Cliff: Maybe not her body but... what about her soul?!
Ira: I don't--what do I know about souls, I'm a lawyer.
Ira: What are we talking about here, ghosts?
Ira: Abbey isn't a ghost, Cliffy. Why isn't Abby a ghost? Come on, you tell me.
Cliff: Because Abbey's still alive?
Ira: Well, actually I was looking for "because ghosts don't exist." But you know what? That one's good, too.
Ira: Abbey, I--uh, I just came to say goodbye. Even though you never liked me very much. When I heard that this awful thing happened to you, the first thing that jumped into my mind was... I'm going to be able to buy a boat. I'm not a very nice guy. I admit that.