A visit, maybe.
That won 't be possible.
I have a company to run.
I 've seen this before. When patients give up
on life, it 's often not long until they pass.
They end up dying because their family
don 't bother with them anymore.
I 've informed you of your mother 's condition.
What you do about it is up to you.
Good day, Mrs Phakade.
Damn, these are hot!
- The lingerie or the women?
What? You think because I 'm a woman
I can 't appreciate hot girls?
And? Any ideas on a billboard that will
make other women sit up and take notice?
These won 't cut it.
We need something more daring.
Imagine her in a one-piece...
strap off the shoulder.
We see a hot man behind her just...
grazing her thigh
as she bites into a piece of fruit.
The juice just dripping...
from her chin.
- I could work with that.
- The slogan...
Or even better yet...
take me now.
What 's wrong?
Sorry. I can 't do this.
I 'm married.
I 'll look at it tomorrow.
She 'll be happy to see you.
look who came to see you.
- She didn 't eat lunch, refused tea...
- This is ridiculous.
She 's been like this for weeks,
and suddenly it 's a problem?
She 's been semi-sedated, yes...
but she was still willing to respond
to instructions from staff...
go for walks, eat,
- She just wants attention!
She just wants you to stop
giving her the medication.
It 's more than that.
She 's sinking into a depression.
- If we don 't do something...
- So? Treat her! You 're the doctor.
Surely you can give her pills
to get her to improve.
I pay you a lot of money
to manage the situation.
It 's not that simple.
Your mother 's condition...
... middle of paper ...
...uck with it.
I 'll be waiting for the call.
Guys, let 's go someplace
that sells proper alcohol.
- He has us cornered.
Don 't even tell me about that bastard.
He 's taking a fat chance.
He has no idea who he 's dealing with.
I won 't let him get away with this!
Hey. You missed dinner.
The family is...
What are you doing?
What does it look like?
I 'm trying to make love to my wife.
What 's wrong with you?
We 're meant to be having sex.
Aren 't you ovulating?
Even if I was, we 'll never have a baby,
because of you!
- What 's that supposed to mean?
- Because you...
You 've been treating me like dirt. Do you
think I have any desire to sleep with you?
How many times must I apologise?
Can we please put this behind us?
I promise I will treat you better!
Like your promises mean anything.
I 'll be sleeping in the guest bedroom
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