Think you know it?
Name the five Great Lakes.
That's a boy, Joe!
Ifyou run, you'll catch up with the others. Happy Easter.
Happy Easter, sir!
Ed, are you leaving now?
Have to stop at LaPorte's office. Then I'm leaving. Why?
Can you give me a push? My car is stalled.
I can't. My wife has our car today.
Why don't you get a new car, Pat? I wish I could.
Maybe Wally can give you a push. Wally?
You're not going downtown, are you? I wasn't planning to.
I'll be lucky to get home.
Wally, can you give my car a push?
Yeah, sure, ifyou can wait a few minutes. I'm parked right next to yours.
Yeah. Have a nice vacation, Ed.
Try and get some rest. Thanks, Pat.
I'd give her a push myself, only Lou has our car today and I've got to get downtown.
Say, you're coming tonight, aren't you? Sure.
Who you bringing? Just myself.
Why don't you bring Pat? She's nice.
Yeah, I just might.
How long are you gonna be stuck here? May I?
Couple of hours at least, unless you want to take on those parents for me.
I can't. [ Dialing ]
Ifyou wanna bring those reports over tonight, I'll get them cleaned up for you tomorrow.
Hello, darling. I'm stuck here at school again.
No, it's a meeting with a couple of board members. I'm sorry I didn't let you know sooner.
No, I won't forget. So long.
Why can't you tell your wife about yourjob with the cab company?
She'd think it isn't good enough for me. Well, it isn't.
Pays the bills. Fine thing...
as good a teacher as you are has to be working on the side.
Let me have the bus fare, will you. I'll give it back to you tonight.
What time are we expected? Lou said about... 7:30?
7:30. Thank you, Bob.
Would you like to come in now, ladies? Yes.
Hiya, Voice. Hey, try to keep me in the Ridgemont district today, will ya? Number 1 2.
Okay, 1 2, I'll remember. Good. Thanks.
Hey, Voice, keep me Central, will ya?
Remember, I'm 36, Central. How are you doing on the horses?
Hey, that's what I mean. Don't give me any runs to the track.
If I stay there, I bet. If I bet, I lose. So it's your fault.
Okay, 36. Central. Thanks, Voice.
I got a budget, you know.
Hey, you okay? [ Ed Panting ]
Hi. Hi, Ed.
Want some coffee? Thanks.
Yellow Cab. 1 41 8 King Street? Right away.
2 1 6 West Avenue North? Race track?
[ TV: Horse Whinnying ] Hi, Dad!
Bring me anything?
Trout season opens tomorrow.
Now, what did I forget? [ TV: Gunshots, Music Continues ]
I know, Mr. Daniels. It just makes it difficult for tonight, that's all.
Yes. All right.
You bring the olives? Ohh!
The water heater's off again. Was that Daniels you were talking to?
Yes. He said he'd be over to fix it in the morning.
What kept you so long? You know we're having company tonight.
I called you, dear. Couple of members ofthe school board.
Can I help? No.
The members ofthe board seem to be unusually active this year, don't they?
[ TV: Man ] Yeehaw! [ TV: Gunfire Continues ]
Hmm. Well, are we going fishin'?
Doesn't this stuff bore you? No.
It's always the same story. I know.
Everybody's going fishin'. Paul and his dad are.
Everybody! I can't help that.
I have work to do. But vacation started today.
Have you practiced your music? Not yet.
Well, why don't you do that while I help your mother.
Wally and the LaPortes are coming over tonight. Can I stay up late?
We'll see. Collect all this junk.
How many are coming, Lou?
The LaPortes, the Joneses and Wally, so far.
But we need one more ifwe're going to play two tables. Is Wally bringing anyone?
I asked him to bring Pat Wade.
I thought she only played hearts.
I think she plays bridge.
Two tables, huh?
Well, it isn't simply a matter of choosing between having a baby or buying a vacuum cleaner.
Well, at least it shouldn't... be. Well, you don't have a child with asthma.
I don't care much the doctor says it's psychosomatic.
As far as I'm concerned it's the dust, and we need a new vacuum cleaner.
Seven spades, doubled and redoubled.
Do you have some kind of pain, Ed? Nothing's wrong.
The game's over. That's good.
I only had them because ofyou, and you spend halfthe evening in here.
Why don't you help them find their coats. I'll be right in.
There you go. Tell me, Bob.
Why is it necessary for you and Ed to have board meetings every other afternoon?
Just a couple of board members today, Lou.
I think they should leave you alone for a while. You do enough.
This is a new poster, isn't it, Ed? Yes, it is.
We have to run. Good night. Good night, everybody! Thanks for everything!
Remember the days when we used to resent vacations because they interrupted our work?
Not me, Ed. [ Chuckles ]
Good night, Lou. You've never looked more beautiful, Vi.
Thanks, Lou. It's because I'm having the baby.
Good night, Vi. Good night, Ed.
See you tomorrow, Ed. Good night.
Thanks again, Lou. Goodbye, Pat.
Good night, Pat. Good night, Ed.
Trout season opens tomorrow.
What do you say you, Lou, Richie and I get a couple of sleeping bags, take off for a few days?
Maybe next weekend. Okay. Good night, Ed.
Good night, Wally. Good night.
Leave them, honey.
Wouldn't it be great for both of us to really get away one ofthese days?
You like the Joneses? They're all right.
I think she's very nice. Who?
She gripes too much.
I think they're both dull.
You think they're what? Dull!
So are we.