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CastPaul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen, Sandra Oh, Marylouise Burke, Jessica Hecht, Missy Doty, M.C. Gainey, Alysia Reiner, Shake Toukhmanian, Duke Moosekian, Robert Covarrubias, Patrick Gallagher, Stephanie Faracy
Year released2004
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Actor Jack tells his teacher/writer friend Miles, “You’re... hungover.” (0:06)

Television documentary narrator: “To replace them, HItler turned to his last resort of manpower.” (0:11)

Jack tells Miles, “You have been officially depressed for, like, two years now.”
”Are you still seeing that shrink?”
”Well, I say... therapy, and what is that stuff you take, Xanax?”
Miles: ”And Lexapro, yes.” (0:16)

Miles tells Jack, “Well, usually they start you on wines with learning disabilities...” (0:19)

Jack reprises an excerpt from one of his acting jobs for waitress Maya: “Side effects may include oily discharge...” (0:26)

Jack tells Miles, “... and you are not going to... it up for me with all of your depression and anxiety and neg-head downer shit.”
”Man, this is our week to get crazy.” (0:28)

Jack answers Miles, “Because I knew you’d get so freaked out that you wouldn’t even come on this trip...”
Miles: “Everybody’s gonna be... waiting to see if I get drunk and make a seen.” (0:35)

Jack asks Miles, “Did you bring you Xanax?” (0:39)

By telephone his ex-wife Victoria tells Miles, “... you’re drunk.”
’Miles, don’t call me when you’re drunk.” (0:44)

Wine server Stephanie tell the others, “I’ve got wine, some insane cheeses...” (0:48)

Waitress Maya tells Miles, “Too much alcohol,”
”... I’ve got this paper due on Friday, and I’m freaked out about it, just like in high school.” (0:51)

Jack asks Miles, “You mean getting drunk and calling Victoria didn’t put you in the mood?” (1:04)

Jack tells Miles, referring to Stephanie, “She’s not uptight or controlling.”
Miles: ”You’re crazy. You’ve gone crazy.”
Jack: “All I have is my instinct. (1:10)

Miles answers Jack, “Obsessively.” (1:16)

By telephone Jack tells his fiance Christine, referring to Miles, “He’s having one of his freak outs.” (1:29)

Miles tells Jack, “I’m so insignificant, I can’t even kill myself.”
Hemingway, Sexton, Plath, Woolf. You can’t kill yourself before you’ve even been published.”
Jack, referring to an author, “He committed suicide before he was published.” (1:33)

Jack asks Miles, “Vicodin, where’s the Vicodin?” (1:42)

Miles listens to voicemail left by Maya: “... I was really confused by the ending. I mean, did the father finally commit suicide, or what? It’s driving me crazy.” (2:02)

Reference in About Schmidt

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