Miranda: Berger, what do you think?
Berger: you REALLY want to know?
Mirande: Please. I'd love to have a man's opinion for change.
Berger: All right, I'm not going to suger-coat it for you. He's just not that into you.
Miranda: I'm intrigued. Elaborate
*Suger-coat: If you describe something such as a story as suger-coated, you disapprove of it because it appears to be pleasant or attractive but in fact describes something very unpleasant.
Example: There was no way to sugercoat the bad news
*intrigued: If you are intrigued by something, especially something strange, it interests you and you want to know more about it.
*eleborate: If you elaborate on something that has been said, you say more about it, or give more details.