Well, finally !
I apologize...l'm sorry. I...l'm sorry. l...l beg your pardon.
Directed by David Greene
The buildings are on fire!
Heather Ward Segel as a girl with a flute
Oh, excuse me.
There doesn't seem to be anybody here.
Em...Guess maybe they're all at the parade.
AII the cops in town around at the parade?
Truly, good parade.
What if somebody robs a bank?
They are closed. lt's the weekend.
You don't seem understand, I need a police officer.
They are at the parade.
I know they are at the parade.
But when they're not at the parade, who's in charge?
Lieutenant Rudemayer...OK, fine. When he do back from the parade?
He's not at the parade. He's at the airstrip.
He's at the
Airstrip. He just left.
He's going somewhere?
He's meeting somebody?
Let me see if I've got this straight,
Lieutennant Rudemayer is the man in charge,
and for reasons unexplained, he's in airstrip, right?
So if I would go to the airstrip, there's a pretty good chance I'd find him in there, right?
Thank you very much.
Except you don't know what he looks like.
That's right. I don't know what he Iooks like.
What does he look like?
Well...lt's kinda hard to describe.
But you will find him.
Kinda looks a lot like his name.
You got it.
AII the way from the Upper West Side!
Sam, l love you!
So you should. Damn things have been out through three planes, two airports.
I'll fix your a parking tickets for the next three years!
Ruddy, that's great. But Idon't drive.
Sorry. Do we know each other?
Uh...no, not exactly. But since you're the police, my wife seems to be missing, l...
This is an official business?
Well, maybe, l'm not sure yet.
God, lll tell you uh... Mr...
Kenyon, why don't you stop by our office and file a report.
Oh, wait. Lieutennant! Wait a minute. Lieutennant...
l was just there, by myself.
Oh, lguess they're all at the parade.
Since you are not, I figure maybe we could take a few minutes...
But I was gonna take this home.
Lieutennant, my wife is missing.
Since I've only been married a weekend and l'd like to find her!
Ok, follow me back to town, and watch the traffic, theres a parade.
Yeah, l know.
Apologize for the empty building, Mr. Kenyon.
But around you, they don't do things in a conventional way.
Things I'm getting used to.
I've been here for eight months.
And I'm still get the nose bleed from the altitude.
- You're from...? - New York.
Actually the Bronx.
Looks a nice cop like you do in a place like this.
That's what I've been asking myself.
Tell you the truth, my wife wanted us to live here.
For some reason she likes clean air.
Speaking of wifes...
Not to the people here are nice, and it's pretty.
I keep telling myself it's pretty,
if you like mountains.
Do you know what this is?
Looks Iike a corned beef sandwich.
Mr. Kenyon. They are corned beef sandwitches, and they are corned beef sandwitches.
This particular corned beef sandwitch is from the"Delicacies"on West 87th Street.
And this...is chocolate syrup!
But it's the right chocolate syrup, the"Acreams".
They don't know from the"Acreams"in the Rockies.
They don't know from the pickles, either?
You wouldn't believe what they think is the pickle out here.
Lieutennant, I hate to come into you and your stomach.
But I've got this problem, and you've been the cop
that came across my mind you might be interested.
Oh, right. Your wife. She's...
Or...so it seems.
What's her name?
Actually it's Christine Kenyon now.
You say you've been married for just one week?
We met in Las Vegas. Chris was taking a trip around the country with a friend.
Anyway, she and I got stuck in an elevator in the "Golden Lady" Hotel.
And at the time it got the power back on, we were in love.
You fell in love between force?
I fell in Iove with her anyway.
I proposed that night at dinner.
lt took me six months to get my wife to go out with me.
As soon as we were married,
we have to play in here.
For any particular reason?
Well, it's a nice place for honeymoon.
Like clean air you were talking about.
Besides, a friend of mine from San Francisco loaned us his condo, so that we can do low-skiing.
And you're from Vegas...
Wait a minute, I'm confused.
I was visiting Vegas, I go there five or six times a year.