As somebody once said: “Show me the most beautiful woman in the world and I’ll show you someone who is tired of screwing her.”
So it goes in Smith’s ode to marital dysfunction.
Agron plays the beautiful, loving blonde wife who lives in a well-to-do, storybook suburban home. There’s even a white picket fence. She lovingly waves goodby as he heads off for the morning commute.
But he has other plans in mind. The scene cuts to a dimly lit bar where he’s meeting a floozie.
She, on the other hand, seems to know the score. Her realizes her marriage is a hollow figment of her imagination and tears streak down her face.
Smith’s piano refrain kicks off the song:
You and me, we made a vow
For better or for worse
I can’t believe you let me down
But the proof’s in a way it hurts
She stops by the local hardware store, grabs three or four bottles of charcoal lighter fluid, heads home and burns his clothes in the front yard.
Of course it was all a dream, right? When the straying hubby comes home, she’s standing in the door to greet him.
The tune is destined to be a three martini bar song.
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