I'm watching the famous TV show, “Desperate Housewives”. I have learned a plethora of words and grammar things from it, but now something caught my ears and I'm a bit stuck. There's this sentence in season 2, episode 6:
"-My friends just left, and I was hoping you could come over and cut me out of this thing [dress]. " "-How was your little reunion?" "-It was, um -- weird." -"Weird?" -"Well, Allison's mad because she's losing jobs for 14-year-olds, Holly is on a strict diet of cruciferous vegetables, and Yazmin is undergoing a new embryonic facial treatment that probably causes short-term-memory loss. I just stood there the whole night, trying to remember why we were ever friends. And I couldn't"
My question is, should it not be to instead of for in the above dialogue? I've googled it already, and I found only examples that bolster my assumption.
Dear natives, please enlighten me why for is used here.