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Ethan Phillips
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[S8E19] Get The Girl [NEW]


Andy Bernard (Ed Helms) drives all the way to Florida, without telling anyone, to try and win back Erin Hannon (Ellie Kemper), where she has been living with the elderly Irene (Georgia Engel) and her middle-aged grandson, Glenn (Brad Morris), as a live-in maid. He surprises Erin by popping out of a delivery box and singing "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours", but she is not particularly excited to see him, and states she does not want to go back to Scranton with him. The situation is further complicated when Andy reveals to Erin that he has not yet broken up with his current girlfriend, Jessica. Andy tells Erin he loves her, but she rejects him; Andy subsequently leaves, his feelings crushed. Irene, who had been treating Andy with disdain over the way Erin spoke of him, sees that he is a truly nice person and encourages Erin to go back with him. She runs up to him as he is leaving in his car and they share a kiss before heading back to Scranton.




[S8E19] Get The Girl



Andy drives all the way to Florida to try and woo back Erin, where she has been living with the elderly Irene and her middle-aged grandson, Glenn (Brad Morris), as a live-in maid. He surprises Erin by popping out of a delivery box and singing "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours", but she is not particularly excited to see him and states she does not want to go back to Scranton with him. The situation is further complicated when Andy reveals to Erin that he has not yet broken up with current girlfriend, Jessica. Andy tells Erin he loves her, but she rejects him; Andy subsequently leaves, his feelings crushed. Irene, who had been treating Andy with disdain over the way Erin spoke of him, sees that he is a nice person and encourages Erin to go back with him. She runs up to him in his car and they share a kiss before heading back to Scranton.


The C-Word is an 8th season episode of House which first aired on April 30, 2012. When the team takes on the case of Emily, a six-year-old girl who has numerous preexisting health problems, they must work with her mother Elizabeth, who is a doctor who specializes in her daughter's condition. The team must also deal with the battles raging between Emily's mother and father who have conflicting views on how to handle her health issues. When searching the family's home for clues to Emily's illness, the team realizes that Elizabeth's determination to cure her daughter could be the very thing that is killing her. Meanwhile, House and Wilson deal with Wilson's stage two cancer at House's apartment. Wilson feels that going forward with the more radical treatments first would be the best way to deal with it instead of dying a slow death, and this puts his life in jeopardy.


House and Wilson return to the hospital. They agree to meet for lunch. House smiles as Wilson goes to his office. Wilson arrives at his office to find a video on his computer. When he plays it, it's stills of him, House and two girls in bikinis dressing him up in all types of holiday get-ups while he's unconscious. Wilson starts laughing uproariously.


The Dateable podcast is an insider's look into modern dating that the Huffington post calls one of the top ten podcast about love and sex. On each episode, we'll talk to real daters about. From sex parties to sex droughts, date fails a diaper fetishes and first moves to first loves. I'm your host Yue Xu, former dating coach turned dating sociologists. You also hear from my co host and producer Julie Krafchick as we explored this crazy dateable world. Everyone welcome to another episode of dateable a show all about modern dating. I'm so excited to have a friend as a guest on this episode someone I've known for really long time a long, long time. Just like you said, we met in Beijing China during the Olympics that was in two thousand and eight it is two thousand nineteen do the math. I've known you for that, long Ryan on the line. He is forty years old. You live. Beeson but you still look twenty so it does. Golden. He's lived in boulder. All his life is currently in a monogamous relationship. Now just a little background. When I first met doozer so we met, I calm deserves names riot. When Brian and I remember my first impression of him was. I thought he was like this party guy, really outgoing like I nicknamed him the mayor of boulder. Hey, everyone. He's very social guy. Very flirty. Took a few years for me to realize that Ryan is actually a hopeless romantic. Is he do? So I've seen his journey in this quest for love me, man. I think we should I start with Ryan. How would you define love? I define love as something beautiful, first of all, like love is something we all aspire to, whether it's with a person or if it's with, you know, like a beautiful place like I love Mexico or sunset. So loved to me. Is when you share something so magical with somebody that just can't get any better. So you're just you just want to be with them. Ear member? Your I love your for sure. I remember the first time I fell in love. I was eighteen years old. I was an exchange student in Sweden. I fell in love with a classmate in Sweden was young. It was the first time and I threw my whole heart and soul at her because that's what I do with everything in life. And it was a it was pretty cute sense. This I live, tell us about some of the other memorable journeys in your quest. Oh man. So many many, many times have you fallen in love? I would say, like full on love not that many times, okay? After Swedish girl, I had a college girlfriend that I was very close with I would say that was love. And then after college, I probably had two more that I was way into my twenties and thirties. In right now, for sure. Deep in love in my late thirties early, or these Jay. Wait, mardi. What was that, like five? Yeah. Yeah. Sure. You're very lucky to have had that many love. It was really three two to three great while. There is unable at this time in my life to look back and feel very fortunate in grape will at the time when you break up with somebody and you go through Harper ache is the worst thing in the world. And you don't think you're ever going to meet anybody ever getting that was as good as your girlfriend and you just think it's all over but I have some perspective on that now. So why don't we just go straight in that love that I know about Ryan the violinist will call rockstar love? Start. We had both submitted audition videos to be a host of a TV show the show was called paradise hunter. And we were going to travel the world and search out paradise and people from all over the world submitted. These addition, videos, and little by little, it got whittled down in there was a top ten and I went through the top ten to check out my competition, and I saw this girl's video and not only was she just physically beautiful, but she had an amazing smile was just so sweet in genuine whereas a lot of the other edition videos were just people just trying to show off really. But this girl was just so real. And I messaged her and I said, hey, good luck in the competition. I think your videos the best and I hope you do well and on the other end she got my, my message and set all my gosh. Good luck to you, too. And she'd actually saw my video and thought it was cute. So that's how we started talking back and forth and back and forth three with chat. And I saw that she was very charming and funny. And then I was like I need to see. I need to meet you in real life. So she actually flew out to boulder, and we had a wonderful weekend together. And that's how we initially fell in love where was she living at the time. She was in Boston where I'm I'm from.


from. Was it about any guys met virtually so might as well just spend a dating app? So what was it about these conversations that may do want to invite her to boulder? She was just really funny. She was one of the funniest girls, I had encountered in my life that really does made me laugh out loud. We learn about each other really quick, we got into it, you know, L earned about her her history, she'd gone through breast cancer, in the now, she's like a professional violinist super smart. You know, like I said, just beautiful, she just charmed me real quick, and I said, hey, I wanna meet you like this. Let's just end this virtual stuff and get on a plane and come to boulder. So we guys tacking on tax to retire on the phone hub your shot at Facebook. And then we might have done some Skype calls. I think at, and then it was pretty quick, because while this is happening while we're talking the competition for this TV show thing is still going on and in the middle of it, I actually was awarded as the host of this TV show and she was really cool about it. She wasn't. Bummed out. She was like you deserve it. You got this. And so, you know, there was no jealousy, which was cool. Yeah. Right after I was named the host of the show. She came to boulder. It was it was April. It was beautiful springtime in, I don't have a car. So I picked her up at the airport in the bus, the plus back home, and we rode bikes all around boulder. It was great. And you fell in love in the in that time in that weekend. Or like yeah. Yes. That would hear about this. I would love to learn more about how you can fall that fast. I, I don't know. It's you know, one of the first time in my life were did happen that fast. And at this point, I was like thirty two years old. She was thirty five so we weren't like young and dumb. We'd both been through relationships. We knew how how it all works. And it just felt good like when you meet somebody, and everything feels, great it just. That's how it was like she met my mom right away. You know, she met a lot of my family. A lot of my close friends and. We would go on walks. You know, we went out partying, and go on walks at nighttime, and it just felt like I'd known her for really long time. People will say, like is it lust at that point? But then others at half fallen in love that quick will be like, no, you haven't experienced it right in hindsight. Would you say that was luster love? There's definitely some lust involved because she was like drop dead. Gorgeous for sure. I was like, oh my God. This girl is amazing. But it quickly like when she left, she was only here three nights, and she left she wrote me a really sweet note on airplane, going back to Boston. And I got it when she landed is this really grabbed my heart in the mmediately, we started just, you know, talking a turbo mode at this point, you know, you're doing long distance and then we're doing long distance. I went to Boston a couple of times she came out here a couple of times, and then now it's early summer, she came and lived here for the entire summer in boulder, which was the first time I've ever really liked lived with a girl. What was the end goal of this? We're you thinking, like I want to build a life with this girl, and let's see what happens to summer. I really thought when I met her that she was the one I thought or sure there's nobody else on this planet that is as good as her. And I thought she was the one so, yeah, I really I was all in my mama's, all in everybody was all in there like Ryan has found the one the stars have aligned he had announced it to the world. I remember just from a friend's perspective. I was like he's borger lineup szeswith. This fell. Sal, you felt like you met the one from day, one, basically I pretty much, and she would probably say the same thing while, you know, if you called her right now, she would tell you the same thing. So this summer goes by guessing the summer went very well. Yeah. And then what the summer went by, and then she got hired to go on tour with her band, and she was going to be gone for three months. And this is where things kinda got sticky in. I will blame a lot of this on me. I got really I don't know funky. I don't know what the word is. But the TV show that I had gotten wasn't turning out to be what it was supposed to be in work was really tough. And I was just frustrated in, I wasn't the best boyfriend at this time I would I kinda pulled away. You know mentally physically, I was not nearly as affectionate. I would blame a lot of the downfall of our relationship on my behavior toward the end of this summer into the fall. How long have you been dating at this point not that long? So some APR. Role to about September but she did live with me for a couple of those three of those months. So it was it was pretty intense. And like, once you hit like about six months, then she went on tour and I felt like I lost her. I thought I made the biggest mistake of my life. I would into like the biggest depression, I've ever gone to never gone to therapy and everything like that I went to a therapist. I mean I really it hit me Har. You guys broke up when she laughed. Yeah. We broke up. 041b061a72


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