The Day's Most Cringe-Worthy Dialogue
Have you ever been watching something and you feel so acutely embarrassed for the participants that you have to cover your eyes and finish watching whatever it is from behind your fingers, like you would if you were watching a horror movie?
Kendall: I want you to say that -- that you love me and that you want to make this work.
Ryan: I do. I do, but --
Kendall: But why does it have to be so difficult? Because. Because that's life. Life is difficult. It's -- it's messy, and complicated, and filled with difficult choices. I -- I've made mine. Now it's your turn. Why can't you just do this for me?
Ryan: Don't do that. Don't turn this around and make me look like the bad guy here, ok?
Kendall: Why? Because that position belongs to me?
Ryan: No, Kendall. Nobody is at fault here. This is -- this is just really, really bad timing.
Kendall: No, but, Ryan, it doesn't have to be. We can do this. We can -- we can make this work, all of us. You, and me, and Emma, and the boys, I think we can be a family. We just -- we can't live together right away. I want a life with you, I do. You love me. Isn't that enough?
Rendall is my horror movie.
Kendall is obviously disregarding my self-choosing advice (I am not taking it personally because, you know, she's fictional and being controlled by the creatively and morally bankrupt hack known as Charles Pratt) and I think it will lead to heartache. For Kendall, who has not yet learned that romance with Ryan only leads to mental and/or physical scars; for the audience, who deserve better than a Rendall redux, even if that means we stare at infomercials for an hour a day; and for poor Emma, who's soon going to have a "Holy crap, my dad is a huge freaking manwhore" epiphany.
I have much more to say about AMC (spoiler: it involves more hating on Ryan and STD jokes made at Krystal's expense), but in the meantime, I leave you with two nuggets of genius that are the best things to be associated with this show in ages.