Ginger: Hey, Ruby.
Ruby: You seem chipper. What’s up?
Ginger: I watched movies all weekend long.
Ruby: …did you get here via montage?
Ruby: Did you hear any traveling music in your head as you made your way over here?
Ruby: …did you sing any traveling music as you made your way over here?
Ginger: I…might have…? Does it matter?
Ruby: You do this all the time…you watch movies, then you’re in movie-land in your head for several…how many movies? What was your theme?
Ginger: Four. And I didn’t have a theme.
Ginger: …a day…
Ruby: So you watched eight movies.
Ginger: Plus three on Friday.
Ruby: …only three on Friday?
Ginger: I fell asleep at the end of the third. I missed the end credits.
Ruby: So, you watched eleven movies in three days.
Ginger: Yes. Isn’t that awesome?
Ruby: This is why you’re happy.
Ginger: I’d be happier if I watched twelve movies in three days. That would be a serious accomplishment.
Ruby: That would be serious.
Ginger: That’s not…really…what I said.
Ruby: I used Ginger Word Math.
Ginger: Oh. That’s awesome! I knew it would pick up!
Ruby: So, honestly, now, what was your theme? You always have a theme when you spend all weekend watching movies.
Ginger: I didn’t have a theme.
Ruby: You always have a theme.
Ginger: I didn’t. Not this time.
Ruby: Tell me what movies you watched.
Ginger: All at once, or in order or…?
Ruby: I want you to just tell me what movies you watched.
Ginger: So you can try to pick out the theme?
Ruby: Just…tell me what you watched.
Ginger: 22 Jump Street…and then 21 Jump Street…and then White House Down. Technically, I probably should have watched 21, then White House Down, then 22 Jump Street…
Ruby: I’m already noticing a theme.
Ginger: But then I zig when you think I should have Channing Tatumed…
Ginger: So, Saturday, I watched The Village, John Carter, Battleship and The Grand Seduction.
Ruby: What’s The Grand Seduction?
Ginger: It’s a new movie. It was pretty good. Very sweet, very cute, very adorable.
Ruby: Okay. Good to hear. And what did you watch yesterday?
Ginger: Girl Most Likely, The American President, Mars Attacks! and Batman Returns.
Ruby: I just looked up Grand Seduction…you had a theme on Saturday. It was Taylor Kitsch.
Ginger: But it wasn’t a weekend-long theme and he wasn’t in The Village. Brendan Gleeson was. So. There.
Ruby: And Sunday?
Ginger: I might have watched a few Annette Bening movies. And then switched to Danny DeVito. Because I ran out of Annette Bening movies.
Ruby: Yeah, that makes sense.
Ginger: It does?
Ruby: No. But you did have themes all weekend.
Ginger: But I didn’t have a theme.
Ruby: Because that’s what matters.
Ginger: Yeah. I know. So what did you do all weekend?
Ruby: Fly and I re-organized the living room to accommodate his things and my things in one living space.
Ginger: …I still feel like maybe I accomplished more.
Ruby: I would expect nothing less. Except you’re wrong.
Ginger: So, my weekend theme was “Movies.” Yours was “Boring.”
Ruby: More like yours was “Life On Screen,” mine was “Actual Life.”
Ginger: Toe-may-toe, toe-mah-toe…