Natalie: ...so what do we do?
Jeremy: How 'bout we listen to what the other person is saying instead of trying to interpret?
Natalie: Oh, please.
Jeremy: Natalie --
Natalie: Men have this illusion that they can cover up their, you know, with this other thing, but women always know.
Jeremy: No, they don't. You know why not? Because women don't have special powers. Let's dispense with that theory right now. Women don't have a sixth sense, women don't have intuition, they don't have special powers. You were being offered a job in Galveston. That meant I was gonna have to, like, go there. I was going to have to go and live there and get a job in Galveston. And I wasn't gonna get offered a job in broadcasting. It was gonna be ranch work for me, ok? Or big game fishing. Either way, my life has taken an abrupt and bizarre turn, because one minute I'm paying my bills with money I'm earning at my dream job, while dating the most beautiful woman on the planet, and the next minute, I'm on a cattle drive and I'm dating the weather girl from "Good Morning, Galveston." And I'd have done it. I'd have moved to Galveston, with the heat and the cattle and the malaria. I'd have done it, because that's how much I love you and that's how much I want what you want. But you can't expect me to be wild about the idea.
Natalie: You are just so cute.