SS: These are the good years for Jim and me. We're in
Atlanta during the January blizzard and we bought up
dozens of homes people were selling in a panic and moving
to Florida and we made a bundle and so I was able to afford
botox and Jim had his jowls removed and we were
attractive again. One morning, I went downstairs to ask Jim
about maybe a vacation in Aruba and he had headphones
on and he was listening to music.
TR (TO HIMSELF):
They call me the wanderer
Yeah, the wanderer----
I roam around, around, around
SS: Jim, I saw a nice health spa on Aruba---What you say
we go spend a few weeks.
TR: Why, Barb? Let's wait until I get slimmed down with
this protain powder I bought.
TR: It gives you increased muscle mass, so you burn
additional calories without any exercise whatsoever. Hey--
-- what's wrong with your face?
SS: What do you mean?
TR: Those frown lines between your eyebrows --- you
ought to get botox.
SS: I did, Jim. In February. After the snowstorm.
SS: You didn't notice, did you.
TR: I guess not.
SS: It made me feel bad that you didn't notice that the
frown lines were gone and that's what made the frown lines
come back. So now I need a complete facelift.
TR: Gosh I love this song. (SINGS TO HIMSELF) Little
Surfer, little one, you have made my life undone. How I
love you, little Surfer Girl ---OOOOOO (FALSETTO,
SS: Oh Jim. I feel so bad about those Atlantans who sold
us their homes at a fraction of their value. What do you say
we send a truckload of ketchup down there. Ketchup
contains natural mellowing agents that help prevent panic
due to weather.
These are the good times
We're putting on the Ritz.
The bloom is on the flowers
The peachtrees and peach pits
Life is flowing
Like ketchup on your grits
GK: Ketchup, for the good times.
RD: Ketchup, ketchup.