Swoon! This Is What Romantic Heroes Are Made Of!
How dreamy is Ryan, you guys?! Is it any wonder that women line up to date him and literally lose their minds when he stops loving them?! The answers are INFINITELY and NO, respectively.
Ryan: Hey, ok, I'm here. What's so important?
Dr. Sinclair: I was hoping you would bring Greenlee with you.
Ryan: No, Greenlee is watching my daughter. I got a life. Remember the one you told me to get on with? Which is pretty difficult when you keep calling me on my cell phone and showing up at my place.
Dr. Sinclair: I'm sorry for disturbing you, but I need to discuss your wife's --
Ryan: My ex-wife's...
Dr. Sinclair: Annie's relationship with her brother.
Like I said, DREAMY.
I don't know what the most amazing part of this exchange was. Was it the dismissive way he referred to Annie as his ex-wife? Or was it the fact that he was irritated about having to take time out of his busy schedule of making out with Greenlee and doing literally nothing else to have to go to the mental institution and help deal with Annie, the mother of his child and a woman that he pledged to love in sickness and in health? Or was it the fact that he claims that he just got a life and moved on, as if this whole "moving on with Greenlee" thing is a recent development, and as if he hadn't been having an emotional affair with Greenlee for months, and as if said emotional affair wasn't the reason that Annie is in the mental institution in the first place? I can't choose! All I know is that I want a Ryan of my very own.