Flip, a lawyer, and Gail, an actor, are visiting Harlem from
Start: Flip: Do not act like a fa#!ot!
Gail: Excuse you?
Flip: Put your collar down!
Gail: My collar?
Flip: Where’d that scarf come from?! You were not wearing that scarf when we left the hotel, Gail!
[.. ... ..]
End: Gail: On my worst day, I’m more masculine than you.
Gail: I’m like a young Al Pacino: intense, soulful--
Flip: Oh, you aren’t a “young” anything, Gail! And you certainly, certainly, ain’t no Al Pacino!
Guirgis, Stephen Adly, Our Lady of 121st Street, Dramatists Play Service Inc., 2004, Act 1, Scene 3.
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