Corie believes she’s just successfully set up her conservative mother
START: Unconcerned . . . I’m plenty concerned. Do you think I’m going to get one wink of sleep until that phone rings tomorrow? I’m scared for my mother. But I’m grateful there’s finally the opportunity for something to be scared about . . .
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END: You’re a watcher. There are Watchers in this world and there are Do-ers. And the Watchers sit around watching the Do-ers do. Well, tonight you watched and I did.
For full monologue, please see clip or edition cited here: Simon, Neil, Barefoot in the Park, Samuel French, 1992, p. 61.
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