You tear me all apart
You better stop
- You are a very demanding] man.
- ...you go and break my heart...
- [Bridg]et yelps]
[chuckles] Bridg]et Jones.
No, I'm Bridg]et Jones.
- [chuckles] That's what I meant.
- You must be...
Rebecca Gillies. I've been
so looking] forward to meeting] you
- after everything] Mark's told me.
- Why? What's he said?
- Where is Mark?
- Actually, er...
- [Mark] Becky, who is it?
[laug]hs nervously] Hello...
Iawyers who work with Mark.
[all] Good evening].
Everything] under control, I see.
Um... Excellent g]raph.
- Lovely leg]s.
- Thank you.
I am so sorry.
Oh, I don't know what I thoug]ht.
Now you're really ang]ry with me.
- No, I'm not.
- It's OK, you can say if you are.
- It's not the end of the world.
- I'll g]et you a g]lass of wine.
The thing] is I ran into Janey Osborne,
who said she'd just seen you
with this g]irl, with really long] leg]s,
and Shazzer and Jude said
I should g]et over here straig]htaway.
Following] the orders of the dating]
war command, you executed a raid.
- You are ang]ry.
- I'm not, just disappointed.
Oh, God, that's worse than ang]ry.
I'm just disappointed
I can't take you home this instant.
What about all those lawyers?
Oh, plenty of time to butter them up
at the Law Council Dinner next Friday.
Don't want to g]o, do you?
I'd love to.
Oh, stupid Bridget, stupid friends.
Wonderful, loyal Mark Darcy...
...who loves me just the way I am.
- [Mark] What are you doing]?
- Getting] dressed.
Why are you dancing] around in that tent?
[sig]hs] Because I don't want you to see
any of my wobbly bits.
That's pointless, because I have
a very hig]h reg]ard for your wobbly bits
in all circumstances.
I think it's hig]h time
we had another look.