Chuck (on his way out the door to his part-time church job) to Auburn: I appreciate you so much for loving me. Even when I can’t do everything I’d like to be able to do for you.
Auburn: Pah. You do everything that’s most important, like adoring me unconditionally. And thinking I’m funny and smart.
Chuck: I’m learning that it doesn’t have to always be a performance. I think I’m growing up.
Auburn: Do you feel insecure about your worth when you’re not able to perform or provide something?
Chuck: Yes, that’s probably the crux of it.
Auburn: Well that’s dumb.
Chuck: It is dumb.
Auburn: It’s normal. But it’s still dumb… F–k normal.
Auburn: We applied for normal. Normal didn’t want us.
Chuck: That’s true. Normal rejected us.
Auburn: Yeah. So heck with Normal. There are a whole lot of really great people out here on the outside of normal.
Chuck: That’s exactly right.