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Dr: Ha-ha, I have no doubt that you' re a wonderful father. You know, you ca
n tell alot from a person' s voice.
Sa: You certainly can.
Dr: But something must be missing if Jonah still feels you' re under a cloud
. Now just a few questions. Are you sleeping at night? Now just a few questi
ons. Are you sleeping at night?
Jo: He doesn' t sleep at all.
Sa: How do you know that?
Jo: I live here, dad.
Sa: Look, it' s Christmas. Maggie, my wife, she really did... I mean, she lo
ved... she made everything beautiful. It' s just tough this time of year. An
y kid needs a mother.
Dr: Could it be that you need someone just as much as Jonah does?
Dr: Don' t answer that. Let' s get into that right after these messages. Sam
? Jonah? Don' t go away. (to listeners) If you' ve just tuned in, we' re tal
king to "Sleepless in Seattle". And we' ll be right back, after this break,
with# our listener response.
Sa: What is she talking about?
Jo: #This is when other people get to
Sa: Oh. Oh. This is really fun. And helpful (Annie goes into a fast-food res
taurant, the waitresses are talking about Sam.)
Waitress1: I bet he' s tall with a cute butt.
Waitress2: I bet he hasn' t bathed in weeks and he stinks.
Waitress1: Harriet, shut up. (to Annie) Hi, can I help you?
An: Tea, with the bag out.
Waitress1: You know, maybe I' ll just hustle myself out to Seattle and give
him a little gift for New Year Eve.
Waitress2: Yeah, you go on out there if you want to, but don' t open the re-
frigerator. They don' t cover anything when they put it in the fridge, they
just stick it in there and leave it' #til if it walks out itself.
Waitress1: What I' m saying is I wouldn' t kick this guy out of my bed for e
ating crackers. (to Annie) 65 cents.
(Dr. Marsha' s voice from the fadio.)
Dr: Let' s take a call before we get back to " Sleepless" Knoxville, Tenness
ee, you' re on the air, talk to me.
Woman: Yes, I would just like to know where I can get this man' s address.
Waitress1: (to Waitress 2) Honey, get in line.
(Annie goes on driving car, turning on the radio.)
Dr: (to colleague) Next call, go ahead, open.... (to Sam) If there was one q
uestion I was allowed to ask...
Sa: Oh, go ahead.
Dr: People who have truly loved once are far more likely to love again. Sam,
do you think there' s someone out there that you could love as much as your
Sa: Well, Dr, Marsha Fieldstone, that' s hard to imagine.
Dr: What are you going to do?
Sa: Well, I' m going to get out of bed every morning, and breathe in and out
all day long. And then after a while, I won' t have to remind myself to get
out of bed in the morning and breathe in and out. And then after a while, I
won' t have to think about how I had it great and perfect for a while.
Dr: Sam, tell me what was so special about your wife?
Sa: How long is your program? Oh, well, it was million tiny little things, a
nd where you add them all up, it just meant that we were supposed to be toge
ther. And I knew it. I knew it the first time I touched her. It was like com
ing home. Only to no home I' d ever known. I was just taking her hand, to he
lp her out of a car, and I knew it. It was like...
Sa & An: ... magic.
Dr: Well folks, it' s time to wrap it up. I' m Dr. Marsha Fieldstone in Chic
ago, and to all my listeners, a magical and merry Christmas. And to you, "Sl
eepless in Seattle", we hope you'll call again soon and let us know how it'
s going .
Sa: Oh, you count on it.
Annie' s colleague1: This man sells the greatest soup you' ve ever eaten, an
d he is the meanest man in America. I feel very strongly about this, Becky,
it' s not just about soup.
Becky: Do it. What else?
Annie' s colleague2: New Year' s Eve. Please don' t make me write it.
Be: Listen to this: Phone service in the greater Chicago area was tied up fo
r two hours Christmas Eve when some kid calls a phonon radio show and says h
is dad needs a new wife. 2000 women called the station asking for the guy' s
Annie: I heard it. The kid calls up and says, "My dad needs a wife." And the
shrink practically forces the guy onto the phone and says," Do you want to
talk about it?" And he says, "No, as a matter of fact I don' t . And then su
ddenly, for no reason at all, he starts to talk about how much he loved his
wife and how he just fell in love with her like he was one of those cows in
Be: What cows in Michigan?
An: it was on "60-Minutes". There were those cows that go zapped by stray vo
ltage and no one knows why, and maybe it was Wisconsin. But, any-way, I was
listening to him talk about how much he loved his wife and suddenly I was cr
ying. It' s like what happens when I watch those phone company ads. I don' t
have to see the whole thing, just the part where the daughter gives the mot
her the refrigerator with the big red bow on it.
Be: Yes. And the Polaroid commercial: two five-year-olds at their grandfathe
r' s birth-day party. That kills me. You should write something about this.
An: About what?
Be: Whatever it is.
Colleague 1: I' ll tell you what it is: Two thousand women calling a radio s
tation looking for a husband. There are a lot of desperate women out there l
ooking for love.
Colleague2: Especially over a creating.
Colleague 1: You know it' s easier to be killed by terrorists than it is to
get married over the age of forty.
An: That' s not true. That statistic is not true.
Be: That's right, it' s not true... But it feels true.
Colleague: It feels true because it is true.
Be: It strikes me a whole book about how that statistic is not true.
Colleague2: Calm down. You brought it up.
An: I did not! Wyatt, do you even read that book?
Wyatt (colleague2): Did anybody read that book all the way through?
Be: Are you two finished? Fine, now where are we?
An: If someone is a widower, why do they say that he was "widowed"? why don'
t they say that he was "widowered" ? (No one answers) I was just wondering.
（in the street）
Be: What was that about up there?
An: What was what?
Be: What' s with you?
An: Nothings with me.
Be: Something' s with you.
An: What are you saying?
Be: Whatever it is, you can tell me.
(at a restaurant)
Be: "Sleepless in Seattle"?
An: That' s what she called him at the show because he can' t sleep.
Be: And now 2000 women want his number. The guy could be a cracked, a transv
estite, a flasher, a junkie, a chain-saw murder or someone really sick, Some
one, like my Rick.
An: Actually, he sounded nice.
An: Please, Becky. I' m madly in love with Walter. He did the craziest thing
the other night.
Be: What was that?
An: Oh, It' s was so funny, we were hysterical, what was that?... huh...
[Walter and Annie are dancing at a New Year' s Eve party.]
Walter: You know, I' m thinking, I' ve got to go up to Boston for the AAB co
nvention, and then I gotta visit Winston Hughs about switching over our comp
uter. Why don' s Day weekend?
An: Walter, I' d love to!
Wa: We can stay to the Plaza...
An: Ice skate in Central Park.
Wa: For dishes, glasses, silver, everything. How about it?
An: I' ll take you to Chinatown for dim sum.
Wa: Does it have wheat in it?
An: I don' t think so.
（The people' s count-down shows the New Year' s coming. Meanwhile, is Sam'
s house, Jonah' s sleeping on the couch.）
Sam: Wake up, wake up. Oh, there you go. (carrying Jonah to his room)
Jonah: Happy New Year.
Sa: Happy New Year.
Jo: Kiss Howard. (the doll bear of Johnah' s)
Sa: Good night, Howard.
[Sam is in a dream, seeing Maggic.]
Maggic: Can I have half your beer?
Sa: Sure, go ahead.
Maggic: What did I use to say? "Here' s looking at you"? "Here' s mud in you
Sa: "Here' s to us". You used to say "Here' s to us". Oh, I' m afraid I miss
you too much. It hurts.
(in Clair' s house)
Clair: (cl for short) Sam, I' m so glad you' re here. I heard you on the rad
io. I told everyone about it. I was brushing my teeth and suddenly there you
were! I just couldn' t believe my ears. I called my mother in Las Vegas. I
said "Mother, turn on the radio. That' s my architect." You know, it' s so n
ice when a man can express his feelings.
Sam' s workmate2: It' s wonderful. I wish I could express my feelings.
Sa: So, Clair, is there a problem?
Cl: I was just tossing and turning last night. You know what that' s like, S
am. Because I realized I' m just never going to fit my platters in that refr
igerator we ordered, and when I give parties, Ialways put it platters, so I
thought I would get the sub-zero refrigerator instead. The only problem is..
Workmate 2,3: We redo all the cabinets.
Sa: (after messuring) Pull in this wall.
Workmate2: That' s the bear wall.
Sa: (to Clair) That' a delay, Clair, of two, three...
Workmate3: Five, six...
Workmate2: Twelve weeks.
Cl: I don' t mind. The important thing is to get it right.
Cl: Won' t worry... I got a rush...
Workmate2: Well, this is fate. She' s divorced, we don' t want to redo the c
abinets and you need a wife. What do they call that when everything intersec
Sa: The Bermuda Triandle.
[Sam is heading back home and the postman delivers the mail. It' s raining.]
Postman: (to Jonah) There' s another one. Do you have room for one more in h
ere... Hey, don' t ... got it right, child.
Jonah: (to Sam) Look at this, dad, they' re all for you.
Postman: Yes, sir, Here you go.
Sam: "Sleepless in Seattle" care of Dr. Marsha Fieldstone.
Postman: If you' re having trouble sleeping you might want to try to drink a
glass of water to the other side.
Jo: I thought that was for hiccups?
Postman: Won' t for hiccups.
Jo: For hiccups, that' s a spoonful of sugar and hold it in it for a minute.
Sa: What possessed you to give them our address?
Jo: They called and asked for it? (reading the letter) "Dear Sleepless in Se
attle, you' re the most attractive man I have ever laid ears on."
Sa: Wait, wait, wait. They called? How did they get our number? Oh, let me g
uess. You gave it them.
Jo: You have to give them your phone number or they won' t let you on the ai
r, (reading the letter) "Dear' Sleepless in Seattle', I lived in Tulas." Whe
re' s that?
Sa: It' s in Oklahoma. Do you know where Oklahoman is?
Jo: Somewhere in the middle?
Sa: I' not even going to think about what they' re not teaching you in schoo
l. I' m not going to think about it. Yeah, it' s somewhere in the middle and
generally speaking. I think we should rule out anyone that doesn' t live ne
Jo: She' s willing to fly anywhere.
Sa: Well she looks like my third grade teacher and I hated my third grade te
acher. Wait a minute, she is my third grade teacher!
Jo: Aren' t you going to read any of these?
Sa: No, because this is not how it's done. I' d much rather just see somebod
y that I like, and get a feeling about them, and asking them if they' d want
to have a drink or...
Jo: ... or a slice of pizza?
Sa: Not dinner. Not necessarily on the first date because halfway through di
nner, you could be really sorry you asked them to dinner, where if it' s jus
t a drink, if you like them you can always ask them to dinner, but if not yo
u can just say, "Well, that was great." And then you go home. See what I mea
n? I wonder if it still works this way.
Jo: It' s doesn' t. They ask you.
Sa: I' m starting to notice that.
Jo: If she gets you a wife, I guess you' ll have sex with her, huh?
Sa: I certainly hope so.
Jo: Will she scratch up your back?
Jo: In the movies, women are always scratching up the men' s back and scream
ing and stuff when they' re having sex.
Sa: How do you know this?
Jo: Jes' s ... got cable.
Sa: Oh, Jessica' s ... Hand me that towel behind you, would you? Thank you.
Jo: I need it too.
Sa: Here let me get you... She' s got cable... come on.
(Annie can' t sleep. She gets up and walks into the kitchen, turning on the
Voice: Welcome back to "The Best of Dr. Marsha Fieldstone", clinical psychol
o gist and the friend you never had. Re member" Marooned in Miami"?
Woman: He says he doesn' t love me any more.
Dr: Why would you want to be with someone who doesn' t love you?
Voice: "Disappointed in Denver"
Woman: Every time I come close to orgasm, he goes to make himself a sandwich
Dr: Why don't you make him a sandwich beforehand?
Voice: "Sleepless in ?Seattle"
Sam: Well I' m going to get out of bed every morning breathe in and out all
day long, and then, after a while, I won' t have to remind myself to get out
of bed in the morning and breathe in and out. And then after a while, I won
' t have to think about how I had great and perfect for a while.
Dr: Sam, tell me what was so special about your wife.
Sa: How long is your program? Oh, well, it was a million tiny little things
and when you add them up, it just meant that we were supposed to be together
, that' s all. And I knew it. I knew it the very first time I touched her. I
t' s like coming home. Only to no home I' d ever known. I was just taking he
r hand, to help her out of a car. And I knew it. It was like... Magic.
（Annie begins to cry.）
[Annie goes to her brother' s office, talking about marriage.]
An: Well I think I' m going crazy, Dennis, I really do. Are you happily marr
An: I mean, why did you get married? Was it all trumpets and fireworks and..
Dn: I got married because Betsy said we had to break up or get married, so w
e got married.
An: But when you first met her, did you believe that she was the only person
for you, that in some mystical, cosmic way, it was fated?
Dn: Annie, when you' re attracted to someone, it just means that your subcon
scious is attracted to their subconscious, subconsciously. So what we think
of as fate is just two neuroses knowing they' re a perfect match.
An: I don' t even know him. I am having all these fantasies about some man I
have never even met who lives is Seattle.
Dn: It rains nine months of the year in Seattle.
An: I know. I know. I do not want to move to Seattle. But what I really don'
t want to do is end up always wondering what might have happened and knowin
g I could have done something. What do you think? It' s just cold feet isn'
t it? Everybody panics before they get married. I mean, didn' t you?
Dn: Yes, I did.
An: Yes, you did. Thank you. Dennis, I feel so much better having just blown
Workmate2: Sandy has a girlfriend, Glenda. She' s a weight lifter. It' s not
like her neck is bigger than her head or anything...
Sam: No, no, no. I' m not asking you to set me up. That's not what... I don'
t need you help with that. I just want to know what it' s like... out there
Workmate2: That' s what I' m trying to tell you. What women are looking for
pecks and a cute butt.
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