In the closing sequence, when Julie Kavner (Mother) says "I'm worried about the future," she spills champagne on the baby she is holding. She looks down briefly, but the camera ignores it and pans over. See more
[about a therapist's radio show
I found the show silly and always imagined my parents on it airing their standard complaints.
He's a business failure. He never finishes what he starts. We're forced to live with my relatives and thank God for them. And I should have married Sam Slotkin.
Sam Slotkin's dead.
Yes, but while he was alive, he was working.
She'd be lost without her whole family around her all the time, and you should see 'em. They're like some kind of tribe. They're like the Huns. ...
Begin the Beguine
Written by Cole Porter
Played as dance music at the nightclub
Sung briefly by David Warrilow
(uncredited) on the roof See more