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Oh, she’s upstairs. She’s still arranging herself. I don’t think she can arrange herself… any better than she already is. Steve, why don’t you run up and tell the girls… I’m getting hungry. Oh, sure thing. Where are they, Joyce’s room down at the end? I’ll find them… Phil. I’ve seen you somewhere before, haven’t I? I’m a parking attendant at the club. Right. That’s it. You parked my car. That’s it. Yeah, yeah. Here’s your Lowenbrau. Thanks. Lowenbrau’s a good beer, isn’t it? I’ve also seen you around the game, haven’t I? Oh, yes, sir. Yeah. I like to… I like it there. You like cards? Oh, I love cards. I really do. Gin, gin rummy’s my game. You’re the best player I’ve ever seen, Mr. Brody. You must be psychic. Relax, kid. Relax. You won’t get any gratuities here. I know a lot about cards. But who am I going to teach it to… my daughter Joyce? See, it’s all right. You go for gin. That’s fine. But you’re greedy. That’s your problem. You gotta leave yourself a back door. Otherwise, you’re gonna be caught with your pants down… Uncle Phil? Yeah? Dinner’s ready. Thanks, Carla. Yeah, that’s nice. Thanks. Come on, let’s go eat. We’ll talk about this after dinner. You’re a very good card player. Thank you. Yeah. You surprised me, you son of a gun. You got a good card sense. You remember the cards good. You got to use the facilities? Excuse me? Toilet. You got to go to the toilet? Yes. Thank you. Yeah. Toilet. Good player. There you go, Jeff. Facilities? Yeah. Where is everybody? Mother and Steven are in the garden. Carla, go get them, would you? I’m hungry. Hello, darling. Where is he? He’s using the facility. I don’t know this boy, Phil. He could be doing anything in there. What do you think he’s doing? You think he’s stealing soap? Jeffrey? Coming, ma’am. Darling, why don’t you go to Vassar or Smith? Because I didn’t get accepted there, Mother. Oh. They didn’t accept you. Oh. Besides, I don’t want to go to a girls’ school. I’m going to be going to Miami-Dade in September. Yeah. I just went to the University of Miami. I didn’t do so well there. Oh, that’s nice. That’s nice. And the year before that, I went to Fordham. Fordham, yeah. You must be a tennis player. Yeah, I am. You want to play sometime. You want to play tennis with me? Have you ever seen me play tennis? Yeah. I seen you play once. Very good. I like to play. Thank you. Aspic, Jeffrey? Mother, I don’t really think Jeffrey knows what aspic is. No, I don’t. It’s like Jell-O. So don’t take it, Jeffrey. I hate aspic. Oh, Phil. Lizzy worked all day on this dish. I read it to her from the New York Times. Phyllis, I don’t want anything on my plate that moves. Right, Jeffrey? Jeffrey. You know what I’ve been thinking? I’ve been thinking that it’s bad for our image… to have a parking lot attendant in our house. Uncle Phil. It’s only just this once. No, no. Does cabana boy sound better? Cabana boy? Oh, you like that. Well, Mr. Brody, I’d give my right arm. You know Colonel Easton? Of course. He owns… He owns the El Flamingo. After dinner, I’m going to give him a phone call. He’s into me for a lot of money. This summer, I’m gonna win the rest of it. Look, Carla, I hope I didn’t embarrass you in there. Why? You were just being yourself, Jeffrey. I like it. Frankly, I think they should have made you… feel a little more comfortable in there. Well, your uncle made me feel comfortable. He’s a nice man. I’m really glad that I met him. I guess he’s all right. Joyce, you’re hurting me! Oh, come on. Firm up! Those are big goldfish. They’re koi. You know, Japanese carp. You ever have one of those days when you feel… like everything you say is wrong? I’m sorry, Jeffrey. You know… maybe I shouldn’t have had you here tonight. No! I’m glad that I came. I wanted to get to know you. Joyce, I think I broke a tooth. So I call it the Flamingo… because the flamingo is a floppy bird… just like me, you know? Anyway, after the war… I retired from the Air Force a full colonel. And my first wife pushes me to joining an exclusive club. Exclusive! None of my friends could join. You know what I mean?