Zee and Co.

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1972
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Oh.

Well, you can tell me,

would you say that

I am a particularly well-dressed man?

No.

- Not particularly.

- No?

Don't you think that

you should take me in hand?

Clothes are a very personal thing.

I know.

That's what I mean.

- I think she looks like a bag of bones.

- Oh, really?

I think she looks quite nice.

- Do you?

- ho is she?

I have no idea.

I think I'll find out.

Excuse me, love.

Blakeley! I say, Blakeley!

- Your game next.

- Yes, I'll be right there.

Perhaps I could come to your shop

and you could do me some shirts.

Most of my designs are for women.

Couldn't you make an exception in my case?

- Perhaps.

- Only perhaps?

You would love my family.

They're all doctors.

What makes you think I like doctors?

Well, you know, I mean, it just shows.

I can't see it myself.

He's an architect.

He develops properties.

STELLA:
I know he's an architect.

- I've heard of him.

- Have you?

Oh, it's not easy being married to a giant.

- Or a dwarf.

(Zee laughs)

It's not easy either way.

- Oh, agony, agony.

- Blakeley!

- If you can't come, we'll play on

without you. - I'll come right now.

Excuse me.

(Laughs) Oh, billiards.

He loves his little games.

Do you play?

I'm afraid not.

Nor do I.

Ping pong is my sport.

Robert says because it's more aggressive.

Would you like to go watch them?

Fine, if you like.

MAN:
Oh!

Good shot.

I really cannot stand this room.

It gives me the creeps.

Have you ever noticed

how Gladys always has one of everything?

One actor, one painter, one faith healer.

- But we all come and guzzle her champagne.

- Ha, ha!

She guzzles out of a silver mug.

Crafty.

You know, you can't get through to her

after 11 in the morning.

All her words begin to go sort of...

"Robert, daaarling...

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