Paul: 'So what are you exactly?'

Tom: 'I don't know.'

Paul: 'Are you her boyfriend?'

Tom: 'It's not that simple.'

McKenzie: 'Sure, it is.'

Tom: 'What, like, are we going steady? Come on, guys. You know, we're-we're adults. We know how we feel. We don't need to put labels on it. I mean, "boyfriend," "girlfriend." All that stuff is... it's really juvenile.'

McKenzie: 'You sound gay.'

Paul: 'You really do.'

Tom [Points to McKenzie]: 'Okay, first of all, your last girlfriend was Amy Sussman in seventh grade. And you dated for, like, three hours. [Points to Paul] And you... You've been with Robyn since what, like, 1998?

Paul: ''97.'

Tom: ''97. See... Shoot. I don't think the two of you are exactly authorities on modern relationships.'