The clip worrying about the store from You've Got Mail (1998) with Steve Zahn, Veanne Cox
They've been open 6 days.
And we did $1200 less...
...than the same week last year.
That could be a fluke, right?
Their store is new. It's a novelty.
It'll all shake out. Meanwhile, I'll put up more lights.
That's a fine idea.
What if we have to fold?
I'll never find another part-time job.
Then I won't be able to pay my rent, and I'll have to move.
The joy of rent control. Six rooms...
...$450 a month.
You've told us a million times.
I can't believe you're bringing this up at a time like this.
It's like those people who brag because they're tall.
We are not going to fold.
This place is a tomb.
I'm going to the nut shop, where it's fun.
Kathleen, are you surviving?
We're excited about your new book. When should we schedule a signing?
It's being published in January. Will you be in business in January?
I'm so worried.
We're doing great.
No difference whatsoever!
You can count on me for anything. Support, rallies, picket lines.
We can get the Times to write something.
Or that nut from the Observer.
What nut in the "Observer"?
The one who's in love with his typewriter.
It's just the sort of thing to outrage him.
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The clip the-doctors-give-information from Heat (1995) with Diane Venora, Al Pacino. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Hi. Your daughter's out of surgery and she's in the recovery room now, okay? Her vital signs are stable. The surgeon will be out to speak to you in a few moments. She's okay? She's doing good. She's gonna be okay. VINCENT: She's gonna be okay. Oh, my baby. She's gonna be okay. It's all right. It's all right. Why'd she do this to herself? Why? Look what she did. Look what she did to herself. There. It's all right, honey. It's gonna be all right. I'm here. I ain't going anywhere. You understand? Yeah. I ain't going anywhere.