08x21 & 08x22 - Friends and Lovers: Part 1 & 2

Episode transcripts for the TV show "Three's Company". Aired: March 15, 1977 - September 18, 1984.
Comedy about two single girls who need a roommate to share their Santa Monica apartment, they decide to offer a room to the guy they find passed out in the bathtub.
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08x21 & 08x22 - Friends and Lovers: Part 1 & 2

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♪ Come and knock on our door ♪

♪ Come and knock on our door ♪

♪ We've been waitin' for you ♪

♪ We've been waitin' for you ♪

♪ Where the kisses are
hers and hers and his ♪

♪ Three's company too ♪

♪ Come and dance on our floor ♪
♪ Come and dance on our floor ♪

♪ Take a step that is new ♪
♪ Take a step that is new ♪

♪ We've a loveable space
that needs your face ♪

♪ Three's company too ♪

♪ You'll see that
life is a ball again ♪

♪ Laughter is calling for you ♪

♪ Down at our rendezvous ♪
♪ Down at our rendezvous ♪

♪ Three's company too ♪

♪ Down at our rendezvous ♪
♪ Down at our rendezvous ♪

♪ Three's company too ♪

Hey, Terri, there was a bottle
of Chablis in the cupboard.

Oh, yeah. It was very good.

You drank it?

Well, you know, I mean,

Janet and I were making
plans for her honeymoon, and...

Great. I bought it
for Vicky's father.

She's bringing
him with her tonight.

Her father? Has he been
going along on all your dates?

Terri, she's bringing
him over here

because he and I
didn't exactly hit it off

the first time we met. Oh, yeah?

Vicky figures once
he gets to know me,

he'll see how
lovable I really am.

Should have bought
a case of bourbon.

Aren't you funny, pillow girl!

Oh, I don't believe him! I
just don't believe that man!

Who? Phillip, that's who.

What's wrong, Janet?

He doesn't want to
have a church wedding.

So? So?

Terri, do you know
what that means?

He's Jewish?

No, Terri.

It means that we are
not getting married.

What? Why?

Because, Jack, that's what
I've always dreamed about...

A church wedding with
organ music and flower girls

and me wearing this
long, white wedding gown.

And Phil doesn't want that?

Well, he found out

it would take months
to reserve the church,

and he doesn't
want to wait that long.

That little devil.



Come on, Janet,

is a church wedding
that important to you?


Jack, I have waited
so long for this.

Longer than most.

Janet, let me ask you something.

Do you really love Phillip?

Of course I love him.

Then what difference does it
make where you get married?

You're lucky enough to
find someone you love.

The important thing is
that you're together, isn't it?

Yes, but...

Jack... Terri...

Well, it just doesn't feel right

getting married by
some clerk in city hall.

It doesn't have to be city hall.

That's right. Hey, listen.

You and Phillip could
get married right here.

You mean in our
apartment? Why not?

We can get a minister, flowers,
decorations, and everything.

And you know what? We
could even invite Phillip.

Oh! What the heck.

Oh, I love it! I do!
It sounds great.

I'll go ask Phillip and
see if he likes the idea.

If he doesn't, we'll
get someone else.

Not for me, you won't.

That's her.


Hi, Vicky. Come on in.

Is my father here yet?

No, not yet. Good.

Ooh, very good.

Vicky, your dad's gonna come
through that door any minute.

You're right, you're right.
I better go change. Yeah.

Where can I... Right in there.

Okay. And Jack?

Don't worry about my father.

You'll do fine.

Hey, who's worried? Come on.

He's coming to see me.

This is my ballpark,

so what's to worry?

Hello, Mr. Bradford.

Nice to see you. Would
you please come in?

Thank you.

Won't you sit down?

Thank you.

Sir, I think you might be a...

A touch more
comfortable over there.

Thank you.

Wonder what's
keeping my daughter.

Oh, she's in my bedroom.

Uh, getting... getting
dressed. Changed!

Out of her uniform and into
something more comfort...

Uh, would you like some wine?

Thank you. None for me.

My ulcer.

I didn't know you had an ulcer.

Came on suddenly
about 2 weeks ago.

Gee, that's about the time
Vicky and I started seeing each...

Look, Mr. Bradford,

I realize that we
didn't exactly hit it off

the first...

I just thought maybe we could,

you know, start over.

Well, I suppose I could try

for Victoria's sake.

Good. Well, I think that the...

You know, my daughter
means a lot to me.

I was both mother
and father to her

since she was an infant.

Boy, you must have had
a tremendous clothing bill.

Say, like a wig on
people, a mother...


No. No, that was very amusing.

Thank you.

As I was saying,

Victoria was always my favorite.

Well, I thought Vicky
was an only child.

I meant between
her and her mother.

She left me, you know.

Well, you know, kids do grow up.

I meant her mother.

I always had such
high hopes for Victoria.

Ah, well.

Uh, sir...

I really don't think
Vicky's doing too badly.


No. I mean, with her job.


Oh, you mean because of
the promotion they offered her.

What promotion?

She didn't tell you?


Oh, well.

It's not important now.

She's going to turn it down.

Too bad, though.

She's been
working so hard for it

these past 2 years.

Well, why is she
going to turn it down?

Well, it would mean
moving to Houston,

and that could cause
problems between...


Well, why didn't
she say anything?

I guess she didn't want
to make you feel guilty.

You must have more
on the ball than I thought

to make her give up something
that she wanted so badly.

Hi, Dad.

Darling, how are you?

I'm just fine.


Has Jack been entertaining you?


Excuse me, why didn't...

Why didn't you
mention anything to me

about that job offer in Houston?

'Cause it wasn't important.

I'm going to turn it down.

Well, shouldn't you
at least consider it?

I already did. And?

And I'm going to turn it down.


Are you sure, though,
you're doing the right thing?

Well, Jack, do you
want me to take the job?

Well, n... ye...
I... see, I just...

I mean, you should
do what's right for you.

But Jack, if I move to Houston,
we'll never see each other.

We'd still have
weekends and holidays.

Weekends and holidays?

You know, we really don't see

that much of
each other as it is.

You're flying
around all the time.

I work all hours. Jack, I...

What I'm trying to say is,

I want you to do
what's best for you.

I will.

Dad, could you
give me a lift home?

Now? Wait a minute.

I thought we... I'm sorry.

I just didn't realize
how tired I was.

Well, we could... Shall we?


Thank you for a very
pleasant evening, Jack.

Hey, listen, I'll call
you tomorrow, okay?


But if I'm not
home, I'll call you.

Terri? Jack? Oh, excuse me!

Jack, I just talked to
Phillip, and we're gonna do it!

Hi, Vicky. We're gonna get...

Uh, I hope I'm not
interrupting anything.

No, no. Janet, it's okay.

I was just leaving.

Good night.

Jack, what happened?


Well, it's so early.
Where's Vicky going?

To Houston.

Hmm, that's good.

Ah, let me see.

A little higher, Jack.


I'm sorry. I was someplace else.

When you come back,
could you lift it a little higher?

Sure, Vicky.

Terri. Terri.

Don't push!

Well, hurry it up!
This thing is heavy!

Oh, good! The organ!

Well, where do you
want us to put it?

This thing is heavy!

Anyplace for now.



Will you put it down?

Will you pick it up?

You said, "put it down."

But not on my foot! Pick it up!


Mr. Furley, Larry, would you
just put it over there, please?

Okay, okay. Come on.

Now! Now, now, now! Uhh!

Now, Larry, I
want you to run out

and pick up the flowers,

paper napkins, and plates.

♪ Cinderella, Cinderella,
all I hear is Cinderella ♪

Well, I understand Janet's parents
can't come out for the wedding.

Yeah. Janet and Phil are gonna
fly back and see them afterwards.

Well, who's gonna
give the bride away?

I am.


Then who's gonna
be the flower girl?

No. I was just kidding.

Wait a minute. Hmm?

If Janet's mother
isn't gonna be here,

who's gonna talk to Janet

about what every young
bride should know?

Mr. Furley, I
wouldn't worry about...

Where is Janet?

In her bedroom.

Excuse me.

Come in.

Oh, hi, Mr. Furley.

Hello, Janet.

Janet, I think it's time

that you and I
had a little talk.

Okay. What about?

Well, about men and women...

what goes on between them...

when they're married.

Oh, Mr. Furley.

Come on, no questions.

I'm gonna cover everything.

Now, Janet, we
are living in the '80s,

so I think we can
be perfectly frank.

To begin with,

men have certain needs.

So do women.

They do?

Of course they do, Mr. Furley.

Women are every bit as
warm and passionate as men.

They are?


Then why do they always act
like they're doing me a favor?

Jack, do you think we need
something else over the door?

Did you say something?

I said, why don't you just
call Vicky and get it over with?

Why doesn't she call me?

Good question.
Call her and ask her.

Terri, please. I'd like
to do this my own way.

Is that all right?

Oh, Jack!

I hate to see you
moping around like this.

This is Janet's wedding day.

Yeah, you're right, Terri.

On a day as important as this,

I'm not gonna let some
girl make me miserable.

I'm in pain. Aah!

But I don't want you to
start the Wedding March

until I cue you,
Miss Kineal, all right?

Oh, I just love
weddings, don't you?

Do you like watching
train wrecks, too?

Hey, everybody, I bet
that's the bridegroom!

Look at who's
here! Hey, Phillip!

Howdy! Hiya, Jack.

This is the big day, huh?

You got it. Oh, Jack,

this is my best
man, Tony Williams.

Hi. Welcome. Thank you.

I'll go tell Janet you're here.

Okay. Great.

Who is it?

It's me. Can I come in?


Terri, just make sure it lays
straight across the bottom so...

What's the matter?

Oh, Janet, you
look so beautiful.

Oh, Jack Tripper, if you
make me cry, I'm gonna k*ll you!

I just wanted to tell
you Phillip's out there.

Oh. Then I'm not gonna k*ll you.

You look... oh!

Are you happy, Janet?

Yes, Jack, I am.

But I'd be even happier
if Vicky was here.

So would I.

The minister's here!

Are you ready?

Mr. Furley, just a few minutes.


Jack, Terri, I wanted to...

How many minutes? 2? 3?

Mr. Furley!

Take as long as you want!

Janet. Janet, you were saying?

Oh. Well, I just wanted
to tell the two of you

that you guys are the
very best friends I...

I just wanted to say how
much you mean to me.

Janet. Yes, Terri?

Shut up and get married.

Aah! Is she ready? Is she ready?

She's ready.

She's ready! Get
ready, everybody!

She's ready!

Not now! The
wedding's about to start!

Listen, we're having a... Vicky!

Jack, we've got to ta... lk.

I'm sorry. I didn't know.

No, no, no, Vicky. We
do have to talk, okay?

Just a second.
Mrs. Kineal, take 5.

Come on. Excuse me.


Oh, my God!

I walked in on Janet's wedding!

It's all right, it's all right.

Oh, no! I shouldn't
have come here.

Why did you?

To find out why you're
trying to get rid of me.

Get rid of you?

Yes! I thought we
meant something

to each other. We do!

Well, then why do you want
me to take that job in Houston?

I don't want to
stand in your way.

I know how much
that job means to you.

Where did you hear that?

From your father.

Oh, I should have known!

Oh, Jack, that job
means nothing to me.

But you do.

Oh, Vicky.

So, tell me what my
dear, sweet father said.

He told me...

Psst! Larry!

Where's Jack? He's
supposed to give me away!

Yeah. He's in the
kitchen with Vicky.

She's here?

Yeah, but I don't think
Jack is doing too well.

Larry, this has just
gone far enough!

Nobody sees me!

Boy! You know, that was low!

That was really low!

Oh, stop that! Listen, you two!

Jack, I know that you
are crazy about Vicky.

Janet, wait. Shh!

And Vicky, I know that
you're crazy about Jack.

Janet, listen...

No, you listen!

Now, I want you
two to stop acting

like a couple of silly kids

and I want you to make up

and I want you to
do it right now. Go on.

Well, what do you think?

I guess we better
do what she says.

I think you're right.

Now that's more like it.

Janet, what are you
doing standing around?

You're supposed to be
getting married! Come on!

Oh, my God!

Nobody sees me now, either!

Dearly beloved,

we're gathered here
today in the sight of God

to join together this
man and this woman

in holy matrimony.

Who gives this woman
to be wed to this man?

Well, normally it
would be Janet's father,

but since he's not here...

Just say, "I do."

I do.

The success of a marriage

is not just the responsibility

of the husband and wife,

but all those who love
and are near to them.

This marriage should not
mean the end of old friendships.

Rather than losing one another,

you should feel more
tightly bound than ever,

sharing the joy and happiness.

Do you, Phillip, take this woman
to be your lawfully-wedded wife,

to love, honor, and cherish,

for richer or poorer,

so long as you both shall live?

I do.

And do you, Janet, take this man

to be your
lawfully-wedded husband,

to love, honor, and cherish,

for richer or poorer, so
long as you shall live?

I do.

May I have the ring, please?

Place this on the third
finger of her left hand

and repeat after me.

With this ring, I thee wed.

With this ring, I thee wed.

By the power vested in me

by God and the
State of California,

I now pronounce
you husband and wife.

You may kiss the bride.


Oh, Janet!

Oh, Mr. Furley!

Oh, Janet, I'm so happy!

Congratulations! Oh, Vicky!

Oh, Janet, I'm sorry I
almost spoiled your wedding!

Oh, no, Vicky, your
coming here today

was the best present
I could have gotten.


Janet. Larry.

What can I say?


Wow! You know, that's the
first time you ever kissed me?

And the last.

I hope you two are very happy.

You deserve it, princess.

Oh. Thank you, Larry.

All right. Everybody's invited
down to my place for refreshments!

Janet, wait!

What, honey?

Haven't you forgotten something?


Oh, my... you're right!

Oh, Janet's gonna
throw the bridal bouquet!

Let her rip!


1, 2, 3!

Oh! Oh!


All right. Let's go down
to my apartment-o!

Come on!

What do you know?

God, I missed you so
much these last few days.

Oh, I missed you, too.

And I am never gonna let
you out of my sight again.

Please don't.

Come here.

Vicky, will you marry me?



No? What do you mean, "no"?

I don't want to get married.

Vicky, you just said that
you wanted to be with me.

I do, but I don't
want to be married.

I don't understand. If we're
not married, how can we...

We can live together.

Live together?


Oh! Well, uh...

I gues... what have you
got against marriage?

It scares me.


Because I lived through
my parents' marriage.

And their divorce.

I used to lie awake,
listening to them fight.

Hey, lots of married
people have fights.

Not like theirs.

I don't know which was worse...

When they argued or
when they didn't talk at all.

I used to cry myself
to sleep every night.

Hey, come on.

That was a long time ago.

I still have
nightmares about it.

Vicky, it won't be
like that with us.

We're in love.

So were my mother and father.

Until they got married.

I don't know what to say.

Say that we can live together.

Well, Vicky, I have a
little trouble with that.

Don't you see?

We'll be together
because we want to,

not because we have to.

I know, Vicky, but it's just me.

I... I... I... I can't do that.

Why not?

Why not?

Do I have to
spell it out for you?


Okay. I will.

Okay. Listen.

There we are, right?

Living together.


The both of us, together.


Well, doesn't that
tell you anything?

Not yet.

Well, if I have to explain

every little thing
to you, Vicky,

we're gonna be here all night.

You just can't say it, can you?

Say what?

That deep down, you're
just an old-fashioned guy.

me? That's a laugh.

Is that what I am?

Well, if we got married,
you could cure me.

Oh, Jack, I love you very much.

But I can't marry you.

And I can't just live with you.

Well, I'd better get
down to the party.

Oh, say, I was...

Oh, my God, I'm too late!

Stay calm!

What are you doing here?

There's no reason to panic.

You didn't know
what you were doing.

We'll have it annulled.

What are you talking about?

Don't play games
with me, Victoria.

When I tried to reach
you on the phone here,

they told me about the wedding.

The wedding?


Dad, that was one of Jack's
friends who got married.

Then you're not...


Oh, how nice.

You've just done
wonders for my ulcer.

I feel so much better.

Oh, Dad.

What's wrong?

Jack and I just broke up.


Really? I'm so sorry.

Oh, Dad, I feel so miserable.

Aw. There, there.

If he means that much to you,

I'll see what I can do about...

patching things up.

You'd do that?

I just want you to be happy.

You're all I've got.

Now, where do we find this Jack?

There's nothing you can do, Dad.

Let's go.

Don't you think you
better fix your face up?

All right.


Jack, what are
you doing out here?

Vicky wants me to live with her.

Then what are
you doing out here?


I asked Vicky to marry me,

but she turned me down.


See, her parents got divorced,

so she's afraid to get married.

And you're afraid
to live with her.

No, Terri, no.

It's a little more
complicated than...

Look, you just don't
understand, all right?

You were lucky enough
to find someone you love,

and the only thing that really
matters is that you're together.

Come on, Terri.
Where'd you get that from,

a greeting card?

From you.


That's what you told Janet

when she wanted to
break up with Phillip.

I said that, didn't I?

Yes, you did.

Thanks, Terri.

You're welcome.

Vicky, let's do it.
Let's live together.

Oh, Jack! What...

did you say?

Oh, he said we're
going to live together!

I know what he said!

How could you even
think of such a thing?

Well, actually, my
friend Terri reminded...

I didn't even say
"hello" to you yet.

Hi. Don't touch me.

Don't touch my daughter. Vicky.

Dad, it wasn't his idea.

Then it was your mother.

Uh-huh, uh-huh!

She put you up
to this, didn't she?

Dad, it was my idea.


I had to talk Jack into it.

Oh... oh... oh, the pain!

Your ulcer's down there.

It's spreading!


Vicky, please, let me try.

Mr. Bradford,
look at it this way.

You're not losing a daughter.

You're gaining... Uh-uh-uhh!

Stop it! Victoria...

Sir, if I may...

You may not.

Victoria, let me
get this straight,

just in case any of our
friends happen to ask.

You'll be living in some
God-forsaken place

with a cook,

without benefit of clergy

raising my grandchildren,

who will be nameless!

Dad, please!

Have I left something out?

Yes. Your blessing.

You noticed.


I am happy about
one thing, Victoria.

That your mother
lived to see this day.

Your father is really something.

Yeah. I didn't think
he'd take it so well.


What made you change your mind?

I just don't want
to live without you.


Everybody's waiting
for you down at the party.

Yeah. Right. Come on, Vicky.

Thank you, Mr. Furley.


Janet, what did
you pack in here?

It weighs a ton!

I'm sorry, Jack.

Hey, you guys. How
many more bags are there?

Just a few.

Gee, with all three of
you moving out at once,

I should have
rented a freight car.

Here you are, Larry.

Be careful with it, all right?

♪ Cinderella, Cinderella ♪

♪ Every day, it's Cinderella ♪

Did you check the
bathroom, Janet?

Oh, I forgot, Terri.
I'll do it right now.

Okay. Thanks.

Oh, let's see.


Why did you quit your
job at the hospital?

I thought you liked nursing.

Oh, I'm still going
to be a nurse,

but someplace where
I feel more useful.


You see, I've always
dreamed about going off

to some remote island

and tending to the needs
of the poor, sick natives.

And that's what I'm going to do.

Terri, that's just beautiful.

What island?


Excuse me.

Aren't you finished
taping that yet?

Yeah, yeah, it's ready to go.

Here we... uhh!

Don't just stand there.

Get the bottom half, Larry.

This is so much fun!

Okay, Terri, the
bathroom is finished,

and I personally am pooped.

Hey, Janet?


Where'd you take this picture?

Let me see.

Oh, Terri, this is
one of the pictures

from our honeymoon in Acapulco.

Look, there's our
room right there.

Oh, yeah.

Oh, I hear the beach
there is beautiful.

Oh, yes.

And it's one of the first
things we plan to see

next time we're there.

Excuse me.

Anyway, how was
Jack while I was gone?

Oh, he nearly drove me crazy.

All he kept talking
about was Vicky

and moving into their
new apartment tonight.

Gee, Terri, I hope
she isn't gonna mind

living above his restaurant.

Why should she?

Mr. Angelino gave
them a very good deal.

Oh, well, good for him. Yeah.

I'd better get back to work.

Oh, yeah.

Hey, Terri.


Did you ever think

that Jack would
actually fall in love?

Not for more than one day.

Boy, when I
think of all the girls

that he has chased
over the years,


I get tired.

Me, too.

Janet. Mm-hmm?

Did Jack ever
make a pass at you?

Are you kidding?

No, no. I mean a,
you know, real pass.

No, never. Oh.

Did he ever make
a pass at... No!


A little insulting, isn't it?

Oh, I'm glad someone

has something to
laugh about around here.

Why, Larry? What's the matter?

Well, I just hate to see
you two leave, that's all.

Oh, Larry.

Yeah. In spite of all the
bad things you've said to me.

What bad things?

Yeah, yeah, you know.

Things like, "no,"
"get away from me,"

"buzz off."

And my personal favorite,
"over my d*ad body."

Larry, we have a
confession to make.

We never meant those things.


Yeah, Larry. You
should have tried harder.

Come on, Terri. Let's
give our room a last check.

Uh, wait, wait, wait,
wait, wait, wait, wait!


Jack, they were putting
me on, weren't they?


Oh, thank God.

Where am I gonna find
another buddy like you?

You're the best
friend I ever had.

Oh, thank you.

You're the only
friend I ever had.

Come on, pal.

No, man, I'm serious.

I don't know what I'm
gonna do without you.

You always pulled
through for me.

You were always there
when I needed you.

Sorry, man. I
just feel so alone.

Larry. Hey, Lar...

Hey, La... hey, buddy.

Listen, I'm only gonna
be living a mile away.

I don't care.

A mile away?

You could have told me that

before I made a
fool out of myself.


Listen, Jack, if you get lonely

in that new apartment
of yours... Mr. Furley.

Mr. Furley, there's something
I really have to say to you.

I'm not gonna be living alone.


No. I'm...

I'm gonna be living with a girl.

A girl?

But I thought you said it was
a one-bedroom apartment.

It is.


This is a big step
for me, Mr. Furley.

A big step?

It's a giant leap!

And I owe it all to you.

To me? Absolutely.

After being around a macho
guy like you all these years,

you know, sooner or later,

something was bound to rub off.

Yeah, that makes sense.

Okay, guys. That's
all cleared out.

Yeah. We're all ready to go.

Well, I guess this is it.

Well, Mr. Furley,


Don't eat too many pineapples.



Oh! I love you, Mr. Furley.

That husband of
yours is one lucky guy.

Well, thank you.

Oh, what the hell. You're cured!

You take care of
yourself, all right?

I mean that.

I'm the one that straightened
him out, you know.





I better get home to my husband.

Oh, my goodness!

I can't believe how that sounds.

Oh, I know what you mean, Janet.

I can't believe
that in a few hours,

I'm gonna be with Vicky.

Well, I have a plane to catch.

We'd better go.


Oh, boy. I thought those last
customers would never leave.

Well, Vicky, I think
they got the hint

when you turned off the lights.

Well, here we are.


May I give you a lift?

Excuse me. Going up now.

Well, thanks for the ride.

My pleasure.

I'll go get the bags.

I'll meet you in the bedroom.


It's the only room
with furniture.

Right. Yes. Be right there.

Put the brown bag
on the bed, honey.

Yeah. Right.

What do you want me
to do with this guy here?

Right here in the closet. Okay.

Well, will there be
anything else, madam?

I hope so.

Wait! Wait right here.

Don't go away.
I've got a surprise.


Oh, champagne! How nice!

Yeah, well, I've
been saving this

for a special occasion.

And I've been saving
this for a special occasion.

Oh, that's beautiful.

It's a present from my mother.

I think I'm gonna
like your mother

better than your father.

No. Don't worry about my father.

He won't be
bothering us anymore.

I hope not. He's got his life,

and now we have ours.

Vicky, to us.

May we always be as
close as we are now.

Oh, I think we'll be
a lot closer than this.

Listen, Jack, have you
talked to your folks yet?

Oh, I spoke to my mother.


And she said, "have
a wonderful time."

Really? Yeah.

I told her I was going
on a camping trip.

Oh, Jack. Don't worry.

I promise you that I'll
tell my folks about us.


Uh... soon.


Excuse me.

Are you tired?

Oh, am I ever!

I had to get up at 5 this
morning to help the girls pack,

you know, and then I
went right from there

to the market to do my shopping,

and right from there
to the restaurant.

I'm exhausted.

Oh, poor Jack.


Maybe we ought to go to bed.

So early?

It's after midnight.

It is?

Yeah. Let's get to bed.

Uh, excuse me just one second.

Where are you going?

I have to undress my
teeth... brush my teeth.

I'll be right back.


Uh, yes?

Are you still
brushing your teeth?

Nope. All finished.


Are you going out?


You're all dressed up.

Oh, well, no, no.

It's just, uh...

I like to look my
best at all times.

Can I get you some
more champagne?

No, thank you.

Coffee, tea, cocoa?

No, thank you.

You sure there's
nothing I can get you?


Okay. Then I guess
it's time to hit the sack.


Jack? Hang on one second.

Don't need these, do I?


Wh... just a second,
Vicky, 'cause...


Sit tight for just, uh...

It's so hard to get comfortable.

These pillows have
a mind of their own.

Jack... Ah...

Feels slippery. Sorry.

S... Sorry.

Jack, can I tell you something?


Promise you won't laugh?

No, no.

I am so nervous.

You are?

Oh, yes! I can't stop shaking.

I thought it was me.

I can't help it.

This is a very special night.

Special, Vicky?

This is the most
special night of my life.

Oh, Jack.

Come on, now.

There's nothing for
you to be nervous about.

You're with me.

Oh, Jack, you're so reassuring.

Yeah, well...

You just relax.


Aah! Mr. Bradford!

I didn't realize that you
had moved in already.

How did you get in here?

My key.

Your key?

Yes. Mr. Angelino gave it to me.

He what?

Yes. About an hour ago,

when I bought this
building from him.

Bought this building?

Yes. Including the restaurant.

Say hello to your new landlord.
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