It's the GIRL from this afternoon.
bedcovers, then at the rest of the apartment.
Whatcha doin' over there?
Will I see you again?
(at the tux)
You weren't wearing that, were
Shit, thank God. You look like a creep.
I mean, I'd hate to think I'd pick up someone
who wore that shit.
(as he stops)
You got great hands.
EXT. STREET - JACK
Jack ain't exactly Cary Grant, but any guy wearing
How goes it, Tommy?
Ah, you know. Howsa pooch?
Losing his teeth.
No shit. It's the goddamn water. Kill an ox.
I buy bottled for my Danny. You can't trust
Jesus, you look like fucking
Yeah. The big boys sent it down
Another five years, huh?
Like clockwork. You got a good
It ain't always a blessing. My
He's got blood in his eye.
moves into the hotel.
lounge when he sees Jack approaching.
Great. Terrific. Glad you could
How we doing?
How we ... ? What, are you kidding
Am I late?
That's not the point.
(taking out a cigarette)
What's the point?
the last moment, Jack.
You want me to show up late a few
Frank. I'm here. I always get
here. Don't sweat it.
Christ, will you look at your hair?
What's wrong with it?
You look like you just crawled out
hair. Come on, we're on.
Careful, Frank. When you get angry your
tie starts to spin.
head, follows. As they move away, a cardboard
stand-up is revealed. On it are two 8 X 10 glossies
Fabulous Baker Boys!"
that what the "Fabulous Baker Boys" are, in fact, is a
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