(audience cheering) (funky dance music) Welcome back, It’s time for “Ask Wendy.” Everybody have a seat except for you. Come on over. How you doin’? How you doin’? Fine, fine thank you. How can I help? I’m Pamela. So I was on a date two weeks ago. Where you from? From New York. OK And I was on a date two weeks ago. It was going great. The guy was funny. I loved it. So on the way home, you know, got into his car, and he’s like “I wanna take you away for the weekend.” So he said, proceeded to tell me that he has a girlfriend and to help him come up with an excuse to… How old are you? I’m 36. OK, what do you do for a living? I’m a registered nurse. Nice. (audience applause) Thank you. There are two things wrong here. There are two things wrong. You don’t go out with a guy on a first date and all of a sudden he asks you to go away for the weekend. So he’s wrong for that. Yeah. And then the idea that he said he had a girlfriend. Yeah, I haven’t kissed him. I haven’t seen him again since. We just still kind of talking, but I, yeah. I was shocked but I didn’t know what to do. So what’s your question? Should I wait till maybe he breaks up with her? No. And I No, know your worth, you’re better than that. OK, OK. Leave him alone. I just had a lot of fun talkin’ to him but OK. She’s not gonna leave him alone, but (laughs) I will, I will. Leave him alone. I’m gonna listen to you No you won’t, but OK, Pamela. (laughs) All right. Thank you. More. Come on over. How you doin? How you doin? How you doin’, Wendy? What’s your name, where you from? My name is Laurie and I’m from New Jersey. OK And I have a problem. OK, Uh-oh. I’m happily married for 38 years Nice Great guy. (audience applauds) Thank you, but recently he developed this new habit where he locks into a joke or a story and tells it over and over again. (audience laughs) People at the bank, our kids, friends. It’s the same thing for a month straight until he goes on to another one. It’s not his memory. He teaches at a college. Right. What do I do? (audience laughs) Deal with it. (audience laughs) I mean, there’s gotta be worse things wrong if you’ve been married for 38 years. You know, we all have our idiosyncrasies. Deal with it. That’s not so bad. I humor him. Yes, humor him. That’s why he loves you Thank you. (audience applauds) All right, we’ve got time for another. Come on over. How you doin’? How you doin’? Wait, come over and face your people. There you go. Hi
Hi My name is Ashley. Where you from? I’m from Queens. OK So, my sister is constantly asking me to babysit for her. Oh, do you have kids? No. How old are you? I’m 23. All right, how old is she? She’s 24. Mm-hm. Mm-hm. This is what happens when you have kids in your twenties. You always drag your girlfriends into your mess. Mm-hm. And she might be your sister, but She’s always taking advantage. She’ll tell me she’s coming home at 10 p.m. And then she’ll come home in the a.m. hours. One time, she left on a Friday, and didn’t come back till Sunday. No. (audience gasps) You and your sister. Is your mom still around? Yes. Does your mom know this? (coughs) Excuse me. Yes, she does it to her too. Well, she can do it to your mother. Because your mother is, you know, an older woman. I’m sure she loves her grandchild but she can’t do it to you, Ash. You’re the one who’s 23 zippin’ it and doin’ it. Yeah. It’s not fair. Yeah! I have things to do. I work, you know, and I have to deal with that. Deal with her. Deal with her. Deal with her!
OK So do I not babysit? It’s not your fault that she got knocked up! Where’s the baby’s father? He’s not in the picture anymore. Oh, the baby’s father’s not in the picture. OK, this is not your problem. Yeah. All right. (funky dance music)