Jackie: "Can you refill Grace's Xanax please?"
Eleanor: "If she's already out, she's taking too many."
Jackie, ashamed: "That's not the issue."
Eleanor, stunned and sad: "Oh, Jackie..."
Jackie bounces; Coop enters.
Coop: "Whatcha wearin' to my wedding?"
Eleanor: "Not going."
Coop: "Too painful?"
Eleanor: "Now I'm definitely going."
Has anything ever been less interesting than this Coop's Wedding arc? Points for making his three acts work together -- the divorce, the childhood stuff, now this -- but because the rest of the cast has such dogmatic responses to him in every circumstance, rolling the eyes, it feels a lot more simplistic and repetitive than it has any need to be. The thing with Eleanor is funny, but it's one joke. The thing with Jackie was moderately funny, but still: One joke. Frankly, the only joke that ever happens with Jackie: She's a bitch, but that's somehow amazing and heroic. A bitter, snarky, mean joke that never gets old.
Also, you can feel the anticlimax from here because what, like it's actually going to happen? Taking the entirety of his characteristics off the board? On a show that can't manage anything but immediately backsliding to the status quo even when it's trying, you're going to suggest somehow rerouting Coop that drastically? For a show that relies on the complexity of its characters in order to sell itself, I can't think of any characters that are actually all that complex at this point, and his complexity in particular didn't even last the first season. His facets are: Loneliness, boob-grabbing, childishness, and hotness. None of which would make it out of a marriage alive, or mean anything if they did. It's the opposite of getting hit by a truck.
Sam: "I'm giving the coughing lady codeine."
Jackie: "I feel free to judge everybody for that right now."
Ruth: "Lady, get out of my face a little bit."
Jackie: "Get out of this hospital without any unnecessary opiates, or you'll get hospital sickness. Just stop eating dairy for awhile."
Ruth: "I do eat a lot of ice cream."
Jackie: "Give me those drugs he just gave you so I can take all of them."