Mr. Thompson: "You know, there's something you said to me a few days ago that I just cannot get out of my mind. Something about you and Molly having children."
Carl: "Oh, right. Yeah, no. That was-- That was hypothetical. That's not something that we're talking about doing any time soon."
Mr. Thompson: "You know what I did, Carl, when I started dating again?"
Carl: "No idea."
Mr. Thompson: "I got a vasectomy."
Carl: "A vasectomy?"
Mr. Thompson: "Yeah."
Carl: "Okay. That's a little bit extreme, don't you think?"
Mr. Thompson: "Not really. It's a mild outpatient procedure. A little local anesthesia, snip, snip, sit on a bag of frozen peas for a night. Voila. I mean, that was it, and it's... one hundred percent effective."
Carl: "Yeah. And one hundred percent permanent."
Mr. Thompson: "Carl, read the literature. It is reversible... seventy percent of the time."