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ROCK STAR DIVORCE AIN'T EASY Robin asked why Scott's performances have been erratic lately (a reference to the time she went to see him earlier this year and he took forever to take the stage and, later, was incoherent) Scott said his failing marriage wasn't the only thing weighing on him: "My brother died [this year]...it was drug related." Scott added that the situation with his wife was "very complicated," as she left him to figure things out on his own when he needed her most: "I have a [new] girlfriend now...a model/actress/director." Scott told Howard that his wife left him for "Joe the Plumber" (not The "Joe the Plumber," just some guy) when he was in rehab: "I don't want to know anything about it...it'll eventually come out. It definitely drove me crazy - my biggest addiction was my wife...I'll always love her...whenever she needed help, I was there at home to detox her. Whenever I needed help, it was all, 'He can't be around here.'" Scott also noted that their break-up inspired a lot of the songs on "Happy in Galoshes."

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ロックスターの離婚は楽じゃない。 ロビンはスコットに、何故最近の彼のパフォーマンスが安定していないのか訊いた(ロビンがその年、スコットに会いに行った際、スコットがなかなかステージに上がろうとせず、最後の方では支離滅裂になっていたということに触れて)。スコットは彼の結婚生活の破たん以外にも彼にのしかかっているものがあると言った。「俺の弟が[今年]死んだんだ。ドラッグでね。」スコットは、彼の妻との問題もまた、とても複雑だと語った。何故なら彼女は、彼が彼女を最も必要としている時に、彼を一人にしたからだ。「今、俺には[新しい]ガールフレンドがいるんだ…。モデル兼女優兼監督のね。」 スコットはハワードに、自分の妻が「 ”ジョーとかいう配管工” (実際の配管工ではなく、そこいら辺にいる男という意味で)」と、自分が更生施設に入っている隙に、駆け落ちしたと言った。「俺はその件について詳しいことは何も知らないんだ…。いずれわかるだろうけどよ。この件で俺は確実に狂っちまったよ。妻こそが俺が最も依存していたドラッグだったからな…。俺は常に彼女を愛してる…。彼女が助けを必要とした時、俺は必ず家にいて彼女の禁断治療を手伝ったんだ。俺が助けを必要としたときは、「彼はここにいてはいけない」とあっさり言われたもんさ。」スコットはまた、彼と妻との破局が、「Happy in Galoshes」に収録されている曲の多くをインスパイアしたと語った。

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