Jack lays in a few soft bass chords.
They exit the stage to applause.
Thank you. Remember, room service is available
till one A.M. for you late-nighters.
INT. HOTEL KITCHEN
Don't make trouble, all right?
Who's gonna make trouble?
JACK'S POV - MAN
in an apron, cutting meat off a huge soup bone,
BACK TO SCENE:
(the feeling's mutual)
Yeah, hi, Hector.
the soup bone)
For Eddie. I wrap.
(as they exit)
I mean it, Jack. Behave.
Like an angel.
despite his youth, has an irritatingly paternal
attitude toward the two men in his office. Jack stays
in the doorway, smoking a cigarette, as if to venture
LLOYD (YOUNG MAN)
(preparing a cash envelope)
Terrific, boys. Really. Terrific.
Yes, sir. You're just what we needed on a night
Uh ... thanks.
Only, Jack, do me a favor, will ya, pal? If you
wanna smoke, put on a pair of sunglasses and go
playing 'The Sound of Music.'
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