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You're Not You

Hilary Swank, Emmy Rossum, Josh Duhamel, Loretta Devine, Ernie Hudson, Frances Fisher, Marcia Gay Harden, Ali Larter, Jason Ritter, Julian McMahon, Andrea Savage
Jackson Pollock | alprazolam | Xanax | marijuana
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Bec’s friend Alyssa tells her, "Okay, when Bill and I were dating, he told me I looked good drunk." (0:03)

Bec tells her husband Evan, referring to her previous caregiver, "She made me feel like a patient. I'm not a patient."
Evan: "Okay, this is crazy." (0:08)

Bec's roommate Jill tells Bec, "Quiet freak out, way worse." (0:15)

Will asks Bec, "Did you know that Janis, Elvis, and Waylon all freaked out on that very same stage?" (0:17)

Will tells Bec, "Oh my god, I feel like I'm sexing a Jackson Pollack painting." (0:20)

Bec tells Evan, "My cat was puking like crazy." (0:22)

Alyssa tells Kate, "... I would sell my kid into slavery for a half a Xanax. I'm not even asking for a whole Xanax." (0:23)

Kate pushes her walker to the top of the stairs. Preparing for suicide? (0:29)

Bec tells Kate, "Sometimes I write drunk." (0:34)

Kate tells Bec, referring to admitting that she's sick, "So it's crazy." (0:45)

Marilyn asks Kate, "After this water torture, would you care to partake in a little herbal therapy? It's not the prescribed treatment for this painful-ass disease, but it sure does feel good." (0:46)

Drug paraphernalia.
Kate: "I'm a grown woman taking up pot."
Marilyn: "Did you just say, 'taking up pot'?" (0:47)

The doctor asks Kate, “Are you wearing your bi-pap at night?” (0:57)

Bec tells Kate, referring to the doctor, "... he didn't mention even one of the experimental drugs they're testing now." (0:58)

Bec tells her suitor Will, "You just said something pervy." (1:03)

Bec tells her professor Liam, "You're drunk." (1:04)

Kate tells Bec, referring to caregiver Rachel, "She's worked with disabled people." (1:07)

Bec tells Kate, "There are experimental drugs." (1:14)

Bec tells Evan, "Our friend Marilyn died." (1:21)

Bec realizes Kate has died and grieves. (1:36)