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..and you don't want to talk about it.
You wanna get some goddamn sleep.
Could we talk in the morning?
I haven't had a whole lot of sleep.
I don't wanna talk in the morning.
I haven't had sleep either.
- Okay. I was crazy to come. I'll just...
- No! Stay, stay, stay.
We'll talk about it in the morning.
- What'd you eat? Butter, please.
- It was horrible!
Next time, cook them yourself! He begs
me to cook and then he complains.
BONNIE: Daddy, I think there's a problem.
- Not now, darling.
Debbie? You seen your mother?
You think this looks better
with or without the tie?
I'm trying to
patch things up with Gloria.
I always feel that the slightly dressier
look is the best thing.
I would go with the tie.
- You're right. Thank you.
- Not at all.
- Where's intermediate French?
- Don't bother me, please.
- Could you point me in the direction?
- Do not bother me! I just hate that!
- Gloria!
- Ivan! What are you doing here?
- You snuck out.
- No, I didn't. You shut the clock off.
- You made me late.
- I was cooking us breakfast.
- We were gonna talk.
- I am a teacher, I have to be on time.
- My class is waiting.
- Can you hold it for 10 minutes?
- Let's go to the park.
- No, they can't, Ivan.
- What's the class?
- It's conversation.
- Couldn't they just chat?
- No, they can't chat. Now, look...
...meet me here at 5, all right?
No, Gloria, I can't meet you at 5.
- Meet me at 7.
- No, I can't. I've got a supper thing.
Look, why can't you meet me at 5?
I've gotta meet with Alice Detroit.
She's gonna do the lead in my play.
Why can't you change
your supper thing?
Because I can't.
- You can't?
- No, how about breakfast?
- We gotta wait till tomorrow?
- Yeah, well...
Tomorrow, all right?
Wait a minute. I can't tomorrow. I gotta
meet Finestein and the set designer.
Either we talk now
or we wait six months.
- What's with your tie? Is that your tie?
- Yeah, why?
I don't know. It's tied funny.
You wouldn't wanna risk patching
things up, Gloria. Save our marriage.
- No, no.
- He called you tu, not vous.
- We're standing in front of my class.
- We're not having a conversation?
- Oh, please, Ivan. Please.
- We're having a beginner's conversation?
You're not coming home again tonight.
- I'm not sure.
- What does that mean?
- No.
- You hear that? "No."
No, no. Ivan, l'm not leaving you
for another man.
Larry? He's not a man?
He's a duck?
Larry is an intimate friend whose life
is faltering slightly who needs me.
You have your show.
You don't need me.
- Gloria, what are you doing to us?
- Ivan.
- What are you doing to us?
- Ivan, l'm hurting you.
That's the kindest thing
you've said in a month.
"Lvan, l'm hurting you."
Lvan, I don't want to
grow old with you.
I see we're finished with kindness.
We're now moving to hatefulness
and heartbreak.
- Where are you gonna be?
- Gloucester.
- Not for me. For the kids.
- It's in Massachusetts.
I know, I know! I'll write out
the number. Larry has a house there.
- In Gloucester?
- Yes, in Gloucester.
That's great. The sea.
- You're sick, Gloria.
- I'm sick?
Yeah. You're sick.
You can't commit to a man,
to your children.
I can't commit to a man?
You'd abandon your clothing
if it made a demand of you.
What are you talking about?
Gloria, I have tried with you.
I have been faithful, I have been loving,
I have been caring.
You have been none of those things!
You're at the typewriter
14 hours a day!
I'm at the typewriter
because l'm a goddamn writer!
I'm lonely, Ivan!
Class dismissed.
This isn't like Travalian to be late.
JACKIE: Not to worry, this gives us
a chance to get the play read.
You put up all that money?
JACKIE: Any play with Alice Detroit
in the lead doesn't have to be read.
KREPLICH: Pretend that
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