Thank you so much. Can I give you a
You mean, like a suggestion?
(Taking out a ten)
No -- I mean -- like, a tip...
That’s all right. Have a good
Oh, please. I’d feel bad.
(Takes the money)
OK, thanks a lot. Good night.
Good night! And thank you so much.
INT. MRS OLSEN’S BATHROOM. DAY.
Lee is down on his hand and knees. MRS OLSEN, 40s, in a
bathrobe, is very good-looking but bad-tempered and nervous.
How many times do we have to fix
apartment has a flood. It’s driving
I’d say we’re gonna have to break
through the tile and try to isolate
lot of water -
But how do you know it’s me? Why is
it automatically me?
Because if it was coming from
higher up you’d have water damage
your wall, and it’s all dry.
Lee looks at the bathtub.
It might just be the caulking. This
whole tub needs to be re-caulked.
Did you take a bath or shower in
the last couple of hours?
OK. And how are you planning to
find that out?
Well, we could turn on the shower
and see if it drips downstairs...
You want me to take a shower now?
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