Dick tries to spice up his relationship with Mary because he feels they are in a rut. Sally and Harry switch functions after a quarrel. Harry really likes doing the housework and the fact he now has a function, not realizing he's not very good at it though. Sally feels miserable just watching TV all day and wants her old job back. Tommy is agitated by the fact August is perfect. Written by
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Dr. Dick Solomon
Mary and I used to be like champagne, fresh and bubbly. But now, we've been uncorked too long. We're lukewarm, flat, collecting flies and there's a cigarette butt floating in us.
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