- 1. Are you Henry?
- 2. Yes.
- 3. A girl named Mary called on the pay phone.
- 4. Said she's at her parents'
and you're invited to dinner.
- 5. Oh, yeah?
- 6. Thank you very much.
- 7. You're late, Henry.
- 8. I didn't know if you
wanted me to come or not.
- 9. Where have you been?
- 10. You never come around anymore.
- 11. Dinner's almost ready.
- 12. Come on in.
- 13. Hello there.
- 14. Hello.
- 15. I'm very pleased to meet you.
- 16. Sit down.
- 17. It's Henry, isn't it?
- 18. Yes.
- 19. Mary tells me you're a very nice fellow.
- 20. What do you do?
- 21. Oh, I'm on vacation now.
- 22. What did you do?
- 23. Oh, I'm sorry.
- 24. Well, I-I work at Lapelle's factor.
- 25. I'm —
- 26. I'm a printer.
- 27. Hen-Henry's very clever at printing.
- 28. Yes, he sounds very clever.
- 29. I thought I heard a stranger.
- 30. We've got chicken tonight.
- 31. Strangest damn things. They're man-made.
- 32. Little damn things — smaller than my fist.
- 33. They're new!
- 34. I'm Bill.
- 35. Hello. I'm Henry.
- 36. Henry's at Lapelle's factor.
- 37. Oh, printing's your business, huh?
- 38. Plumbing's mine. Thirty years.
- 39. I've seen this neighborhood
change from pastures...
- 40. to the hellhole it is now.
- 41. I put ever damn pipe in this neighborhood.
- 42. - Dad!
- 43. People think pipes grow in their home.
- 44. Well, they sure as hell don't.
Look at my knees!
- 45. Look at my knees!
- 46. Bill, please.
- 47. - Are you hungry?
- 48. The-The girls have heard this before...
- 49. but 14 years ago...
- 50. I had an operation on my arm here.
- 51. Doctors said I wouldn't be able to use it.
- 52. "Well, what the hell
do they know?" I said.
- 53. And I rubbed it
for a half hour ever day...
- 54. and I got so as I could move it a little.
- 55. And then I got so as
I could turn a faucet.
- 56. And pretty soon, I had my arm back again.
- 57. Now I can't feel a damn thing in it.
- 58. All numb.
- 59. I-I — I-I'm afraid to cut it, you know?
- 60. Mary usually does the carving, but...
- 61. maybe tonight you'll do it, Henry.
- 62. All right with you?
- 63. Of course.
- 64. I'd be happy to.
- 65. Do I just, uh —
- 66. just cut them up like regular chickens?
- 67. Sure, just cut 'em up
like regular chickens.
- 68. She'll be all right in a minute.
- 69. Excuse me.
- 70. Well, Henry, what do you know?
- 71. Oh, uh —
- 72. I don't know much of anything.
- 73. Henry, may I speak to you a minute?
- 74. Over here.
- 75. Did you and Mary have sexual intercourse?
- 76. Uh — Why?
- 77. Did you?
- 78. Why are you asking me this question?
- 79. I have a very good reason.
- 80. And now I want you to tell me.
- 81. Oh, I-I'm very —
- 82. I love Mary.
- 83. Henry, I asked you if you and Mary
had sexual intercourse.
- 84. Well, I don't — I don't think
that's any of your business.
- 85. Henry!
- 86. I'm sorry.
- 87. You're in very bad trouble
if you won't cooperate.
- 88. Well, uh, I —
- 89. Mary!
- 90. Mother!
- 91. Answer me!
- 92. I'm too nervous.
- 93. There's a baby. It's at the hospital.
- 94. Mom!
- 95. And you're the father.
- 96. But that's impossible. It's only been —
- 97. Mother,
they're still not sure it is a baby.
- 98. It's premature, but there's a baby.
- 99. After the two of you are married,
which should be very soon...
- 100. you can pick the baby up.
- 101. Oh.
- 102. Ahh.
- 103. Mom, he's got a nosebleed.
- 104. Oh.
- 105. I'll get ice.
- 106. You don't mind, do you, Henry?
- 107. I-I mean about getting married.
- 108. Oh, no.
- 109. This dinner's getting mighty cold.
- 110. Was there any mail?
- 111. No.
- 112. Shut up!
- 113. Shut up!
- 114. I can't stand it! I'm going home!
- 115. What are you talking about?
- 116. I can't even sleep. I'm losing my mind.
- 117. You're on vacation now.
You can take care of it for a night.
- 118. Well, you'll come back tomorrow?
- 119. All I need is a decent night's sleep!
- 120. Why don't you just stay home?
- 121. I'll do what I want to do.
- 122. And you better take real good care
of things while I'm gone!
- 123. Oh, you are sick.
- 124. Move over.
- 125. Move — Move over.
- 126. Move over!
- 127. I locked myself out of my apartment.
- 128. And it's so late.
- 129. Where's your wife?
- 130. She must've gone back
to her parents' again.
- 131. I'm not sure.
- 132. Can I spend the night here?
- 133. Okay, Paul!
- 134. Hiya, sonny. What do you got there?
- 135. Counter, Paul!
- 136. It's okay.