Oscar has returned home from work in a cheerful mood. He has brought
Start: (Calls out. In a playful mood) I’m home, dear! (He goes into his bedroom, taking off his shirt, and comes skipping out shaving with a cordless razor, and with a clean shirt and a tie over his arm. He is joyfully singing as he admires the table) Beautiful!
End: Something’s wrong. I can tell by your conversation. (Goes into the bathroom, gets bottle of aftershave lotion, comes out and puts it on) All right Felix, what is it?
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Simon, Neil. The Odd Couple, Samuel French, London, 1966, p.57
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