‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ (Robbie Marks Himself)

monologues from the film, Crazy, Stupid, Love

‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’ by Dan Fogelman

From: Movie

Type: Comedic

Character: Robbie Weaver, 13 years old

Gender: Male

Age Range: Kids | Teens

Summary: Fortysomething Cal Weaver has the perfect life...until his wife Emily asks for a divorce. Now Cal has to navigate the single scene, but his heart keeps leading him back to where he began.

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ROBBIE: Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote in The Scarlet Letter:  ‘No man for any considerable period can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.’ (Robbie puts down the paper, ignoring the jeers.) I am not bewildered!  Jessica Riley is my soulmate.  She’s the one!  I know it to be true, and so now do the multitude. (correcting himself) Multitudes? (then, deciding) No, multitude. I have marked myself with this Scarlet J, Jessica!  For you. Because your name starts with a J. It’s just tape and construction paper but one day I will get a permanent tattoo when I’m old enough that my parents won’t freak out on me.

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