Perhaps you read too much.
There I go again. Too friendly. I
meet someone I' like and open my yap
too wide. I'm sorry...
That's all right. Forget it. I
guess I'm pretty jumpy.
There's a new cure for that.
Scotch and plain water. A pair.
(to Guy with a chuckle)
Only kind of doubles I play.
You'll have to drink both of them.
And I can do it.
When's the wedding?
The wedding. You and Anne Burton.
(a gesture of
It was in the papers.
It shouldn't have been. Unless
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like to tell you about it some time.
still the simplest operation.
glass to Guy. Guy takes it.
(as if he needs it)
I guess I will.
company all the way to New York.
(forced to explain)
As a matter of fact, I'm not going
direct. I'm stopping off. At
go there for?
It's my home town.
Oh, I get it! A little talk with
your wife to about the divorce! I
suppose she was the girl next door.
Held her hand in high school and
before you knew it -- hooked!
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