"What with the dead wife and all"?
Gosh,sitcoms are so hard to understand,drives me crazy!
There are two sentences.
A's ex-wife is B's present girlfriend.A wants B to marry his ex-wife,so he can be off the hook for alimony.So A tend to please B.And lucky to A,B gets a dead wife and no kids.
1."Just your everyday little pink pill to turn that frown upside down."
Does this sentence drop a verb? What is "your everyday little pink pill"? Does "pink pill" refer to something?
A:Is judith up yet?
B:She ran to the market.
A::Up and out this early on a saturday.good for her.
A:She used to sleep a lot when we were together.
A:It was probably just the depression and the meds.
A:Oh.no.it was nothing serious.just your everyday little pink pill to turn that frown upside down.
2:"What with the dead wife and all."
Does it mean:just because of your dead wife?
A:You got kids?
A:Well.that's a blessing.what with the dead wife and all.