I've been hanging out with too many couples, hanging out with the 'We agree on everything' couple. They pretend to share the most obscure opinions in the world. You'll ask them about a movie they saw, 'Hey, did you see that new Harry Potter movie?' 'Yes, we saw it.' 'Did you like it?' 'We thought the script was good, but we thought they should've used different lighting in the exterior shots.' Wow. You both walked out of the theater thinking that? That's unbelievable. I think even a married couple of lighting directors would not have an occurrence that weird. What I'm thinking happened is -- one of you said that; the other, being weak and pathetic, pretended to agree; and now we're supposed to think your two hearts beat as one.