Merv Kant is an American visiting London, and through a mutual friend
SARA: Aren’t you going home to bed too? It’s very late.
MERV: Not when I can watch you clean.
SARA: You enjoy watching women clean?
[... … …]
SARA: Please, Merv, pick a Sinatra song and let’s go upstairs.
MERV: (puts on “Just the Way You Look Tonight.” He begins singing) Lovely, don’t you ever change, Keep that breathless charm …” Take it, Sara …
SARA: (quietly) Merv, I just can’t sing for you.
For full extended scene, please refer to the script edition cited here: Wendy Wasserstein, The Sisters Rosensweig, Harcourt Brace & Co., 1993, pp. 52-59.
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