10 Reasons They'd Never Make
Disclaimer: Sadly, I don't own the most hilarious 80's sitcom, but at least I can write about it.
A/N: I know why they broke up (if you don't, but would like to know, email me off my profile) but I wanted to write these little situations badly so I thought this couple would be best.
They'd run out of things to talk about.
CAROL: So how was your day?
CAROL: You said that yesterday.
BOBBY: Oh. Really good, I guess.
CAROL: That's what you said yesterday after I said you said 'good' the other day too.
BOBBY: Huh? I thought I said 'good' yesterday.
CAROL: You did. Then I pointed out how you said good the other day too and then you said 'really good.'
BOBBY: But I just said 'really good.'
CAROL: You did yesterday too.
BOBBY: But I said 'good' yesterday.
CAROL: You said both yesterday.
CAROL: So choose another word.
BOBBY: Oh, okay. Football.
CAROL: Bobby, 'football' is a sport, not an adjective.
BOBBY: Oh. Then—
CAROL: I know, 'pizza.' We had this conversation yesterday, too.
BOBBY: I thought—
CAROL: I know, 'I thought I said good and really good yesterday.' I know, Bobby.
BOBBY: Okay, so then I can say football!