written by Jon Favreau
Mike: Then why won't she call?
Rob: She won't call because you left. She's got her own life to deal with man, and that's in New York. Alright? And she's a sweet girl, and I love her to pieces, but fuck her, man, you've got to get on with your life. You've got to let go of the past, and Mikey, when ya do, I'm telling ya, the future is beautiful. Alright? Look out the window. It's sunny every day here. It's like manifest destiny. Don't tell me we didn't make it. We made it. We're here. And everything that is past is prologue to this, all the shit that didn't kill us is only - ya know, all that shit... You're gonna get over it.
Mike: How did you get over it, I mean how long did it take you?
Rob: I don't know man, sometimes it still hurts. I don't know man, it's like you wake up every day and it hurts a little less, and then you wake up one day and it doesn't hurt at all. And it's like, and this might sound a little weird, but it's like you almost miss that pain.
Mike: You miss the pain?
Rob: …Yeah. For the same reason you miss her… because you lived with it for so long.
Mike: …You want to go get something to eat?
Rob: Alright, sure.
Kudos and much thanks go to Nick for this monologue, it is very much appreciated.
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