Not a good time to go boating or not a good time to go on a date with me?
Maia: That's really sweet of you, but I can't. I'm busy.
Simon: I didn't give you a date yet.
Maia: Right...I'm working a lot of doubles this week, and I've got reading for class. I just can't, it's not a good time right now.
[Maia pours a drink]
Simon: Not a good time to go boating or not a good time to go on a date with me?
Maia: I mean, I had a lot of fun at your family dinner, but just as friends.
Simon: Oh, no, yea, I'm sorry. I totally read that situation wrong, but what else is new. Is this about Clary? Because you know that's past tense.
Maia: It's not about Clary. I like you and I like spending time with you, but just as friends.
Simon: Right. Friends.