Cal and Ellen are preparing the entrees for their guests on the
Start: Ellen: (Is adding raw mushrooms and spices to a salad. She then tosses it, all the while talking on the telephone which she has tucked under her chin.) COULD YOU SPEAK A LITTLE LOUDER, PLEASE? I’M HAVING TROUBLE HEARING YOU. YES . . . THAT’S MUCH BETTER.
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End: Cal: What am I going to do?
Ellen: No one can stop it.
Cal: (In a panicky whisper.) What am I going to do?
Ellen: It’s broken free and is heading out into places unknown.
Howe, Tina. The Art of Dining. Samuel French, 1987. pp.69-76.
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