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  • Nigel: All right, everyone, gird your loins.

  • Jono: Miranda is a narcissist.

  • She believes that she deserves special treatment and sees others as existing to gratify her whims

  • or to buoy up her own life mission and her own importance.

  • Miranda: Who are you?

  • Andy: My name is Andy Sachs.

  • Jono: Andy is getting sucked into it, and she let Miranda convince her

  • that because you don't understand it, because you don't thrive here,

  • you're no good unless you do.

  • Miranda: You ended up disappointing me, more than any of the other silly girls.

  • Jono: What does it profit a person if they gain the whole world and lose their soul?

  • You can have ambition, but if you put that before humanity,

  • you become something else entirely.

  • Alan: You become a monster.

  • Jono: You can choose another path.

  • Alan: Hello and welcome to Cinema Therapy.

  • I'm Alan Seawright, a professional filmmaker who needs therapy.

  • I'm joined by my co-host...

  • Jono: Jonathan Decker, licensed therapist who loves movies.

  • What's going on today?

  • Alan: We're gonna talk about The Devil Wears Prada.

  • -Alan: I think I'm gonna have you look at what it's like to work for a... monster. Jono: Okay.

  • Alan: Manipulative, abusive, etc.. Sure. Okay,

  • Buzzwords.

  • And...

  • Work life balance.

  • Jono: Okay. Bring it on.

  • Alan: How to... How to do it.

  • Miranda: What do you think of it?

  • Nigel: Yeah. Well, you know me.

  • Give me a full ballerina skirt and a hint of saloon and I'm on board.

  • Alan: Oh me too, Stanley. Me too.

  • Nigel: Like the Lacroix from July?

  • I thought that, but no. Not with the right accessories. It should work.

  • Miranda: Where are the belts for this dress? Why is no one ready?

  • Jocelyn: Tough call.

  • They're so different.

  • Miranda: Mmm.

  • Andy: [gigglesnorts]

  • Miranda: Something funny?

  • Jono: I like Andy's Target fashion. Andy: No.

  • Andy: No, no, no-- nothing's.

  • You know, it's just that both those belts look exactly the same to me.

  • You know, I'm still learning about this stuff and, um...

  • Miranda: "This stuff"?

  • Oh, okay. I see. You think this has nothing to do with you.

  • You go to your closet and you select, I don't know, that lumpy blue sweater, for instance,

  • because you're trying to tell the world that you take yourself too seriously

  • to care about what you put on your back.

  • But what you don't know is that that sweater is not just blue.

  • It's not turquoise, it's not lapis, it's actually cerulean.

  • And you're also blithely unaware of the fact that in 2002, Oscar de la Renta did a collection of cerulean gowns,

  • and then cerulean quickly showed up in the collections of eight different designers.

  • -Miranda: And then it filtered down through the department stores...

  • Alan: This speech...

  • Miranda: ...trickled on down into some tragic casual corner where you no doubt fished it out of some...

  • Alan: Even though she's being terrible,

  • I love watching people be so exceptional at something

  • that they can destroy another person without touching them.

  • Miranda: ...choice that exempts you from the fashion industry,

  • when in fact you're wearing a sweater that was selected for you

  • by the people in this room.

  • From a pile of stuff.

  • Alan: Hot damn. Ah, okay. Just...

  • Listen. The script is phenomenal. It is dynamite.

  • Without the script, Meryl Streep doesn't have something to deliver.

  • But what Meryl Streep does is say, From a pile of stuff,

  • -Alan: and then turn as if she's less than nothing. Jono: Yeah.

  • Alan: And she communicates all of it.

  • Jono: As if Andy's less than nothing.

  • Alan: As if Andy is less than nothing.

  • And she communicates all of that so quietly and so small without ever saying it.

  • This is one of the greatest all time cinematic performances. It's so good.

  • Jono: Well, this isn't just about horrible bosses.

  • This is just about people in life who could treat you this way.

  • It could be a parent. It could be someone at your church.

  • It could be someone at your health club. It could be someone at work.

  • It could be any number of things w here you are treated like you are less than nothing

  • by a person who is exceptionally arrogant.

  • When they're arrogant, but they can't back it up, it's easy just to laugh at them as an idiot.

  • When they're arrogant, and they can...

  • Alan: They absolutely deserve to be.

  • Jono: Yes, it's hard not to feel insecure. Alan: Yes.

  • Jono: It's hard not to feel, not just put in your place, but that you don't even have a place. Alan: Small.

  • Jono: Yeah, and Andy does feel very small in this.

  • Andy: She hates me, Nigel.

  • Jono: But there's a running thing in this film about Anne Hathaway being fat, or not thin.

  • Alan: Or not... Yeah, Anne Hathaway being not thin or not attractive somehow. Jono: Yeah.

  • Andy: Miranda hired me. She knows what I look like.

  • Nigel: Do you?

  • Jono: And I wonder if that's a flaw of the film or part of it's critique of the fashion industry.

  • Alan: It is definitely a critique of the fashion industry.

  • Jono: Andy was wonderful to begin with. Alan: Sure.

  • Jono: And she let Miranda, and this whole world that she didn't understand, convince her

  • that because you don't understand it, because you don't thrive here,

  • you're no good unless you do.

  • Nigel: That's really what this multibillion dollar industry is all about anyway, isn't it? Inner beauty.

  • Jono: And then she starts to be assimilated,

  • and she starts to fall in step with someone that's not her.

  • And it costs her dearly.

  • Gandalf: Woof woof woof!

  • Alan: Do you have high standards in a busy schedule, like Miranda Priestly?

  • And a demanding dog, not like Miranda Priestly?

  • And also you want to be a good human, unlike Miranda Priestly?

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  • He won't leave me alone.

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  • and it doesn't have to be prepared or refrigerated.

  • And it's delicious. Huh, boy?

  • Thank you.

  • It's like the quality of designer clothes,

  • or Gandalf,

  • with the convenience of Andy's casual corner sweater.

  • Seriously, my dogs love it.

  • I've never seen Gandalf eat anything faster than he took down his first bowl of Sundays.

  • It was wild!

  • And I feel great knowing that they're getting the best quality food.

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  • Gandalf: Woof woof woof! [English: CINEMA]

  • -Alan: That's CINEMA at checkout.

  • Sundays for dogs turns your dog into a weird crack addict.

  • Do you like Sundays?

  • Gandalf: Woof woof woof woof!

  • Alan: He likes it.

  • Richard: I'm just trying to understand why someone who got accepted to Stanford Law

  • turns it down to be a journalist.

  • And now you're not even doing that.

  • Andy: Dad, you have to trust me.

  • Being Miranda's assistant opens a lot of doors.

  • Emily is going to Paris with Miranda in a few months,

  • and she's going to meet editors and writers from every important magazine.

  • And in a year that could be me.

  • All right?

  • I swear this is my break.

  • This is m-my chance.

  • [phone starts ringing]

  • -Andy: This is...

  • Alan: This scene is extremely relatable to me.

  • Andy: I'm sorry, dad, I have to take this. Hello, Miranda.

  • Miranda: My flight has been canceled.

  • It's some absurd weather problem. I need to get home tonight.

  • -Miranda: The twins have a recital tomorrow morning at school.

  • Jono: It's a hurricane.

  • Alan: It's an actual hurricane.

  • Miranda: At school!

  • Andy: Absolutely. Let me see what I can do. Miranda: Good.

  • -Miranda: Girls recital was absolutely beautiful. They played Rachmaninoff. Everyone loved it.

  • Everyone except me, because sadly, I was not there.

  • Andy: Miranda, I'm so sorry.

  • Miranda: Do you know why I hired you?

  • I always hire the same girl.

  • Stylish. Slender, of course.

  • Worships the magazine, but so often they turn out to be...

  • ...disappointing and, um...

  • ...stupid.

  • Jono: Oofff.

  • Miranda: You with that impressive resume,

  • -Miranda: and the big speech about your so-called work ethic, I... Jono: Ouch!

  • Miranda: I thought you would be different.

  • Anyway, you ended up disappointing me, more than any of the other silly girls.