Mimi: Again you're doing this? Every single summer we go to my sister's house and every single summer I get the same jealous speech from you.
Carter: What do you mean I'm jealous?
Mimi: Even if I go to the grocery, you complain if I wear makeup. Honestly do you think I'm hot for the guy behind the deli?
Carter: Well I don't know why you had to buy three new skirts for the summer. Why do you have to dress up?
Mimi: I needed some new things. I hate having to justify my buying a new skirt. It's not like we can't afford it.
Carter: Yeah. And the reason we can afford it is because I stay home and work. So you and the kids can relax.
Mimi: I appreciate that. But it doesn't give you the right to harass me about every purchase I make.
Carter: Harass you?
Mimi: Yes, harass. I want to be with somebody who trusts me. I'm tired of your jealousy. It's juvenile. It's not attractive. You have no reason to worry.
Carter: You should be happy I care so much about you.
Mimi: It doesn't feel like "care."
Carter: It's only because I love you.
Mimi: Love is not calling me ten times a day to check where I am. Love is not listening in on my phone calls. Love is not reading my e-mail. We've been married for 8 years. I'm not going anywhere. Get a grip.
Carter: You have to understand. You're an attractive woman. I know there are guys there who would like to meet you.
Mimi: I'm a big girl. I'm not going to let some guy seduce me. You've got to believe that. Have more faith in us.
Carter: It's just hard when I know there are so many opportunities to meet men.
Mimi: Well the same goes for you at home.
Carter: I'll be working. It's not the same. You know that.
Mimi: No I don't. You're probably just projecting all this on me because you want to have an affair.
Mimi: How would you feel if I was on your back about you staying at home while we are away, nagging you about the possibilities of you having an affair. You'd hate that!
Carter: Don't be ridiculous. I would never have an affair. I love you.
Mimi: Well, I love you too and I would never have an affair. So, let's just agree to trust each other. Promise me you won't call me 20 times a day.
Carter: I need to speak to you, honey.
Mimi: Okay, twice a day. But I'm not bringing my cell phone to the beach with me. I'm not going to be on your leash.