Cabaret (1972) has just opened to commercial and critical success. That success allows Bob to write his own ticket in whatever his current and upcoming projects, two in the current category being Pippin on Broadway which he can re-imagine to his own sensibilities, and a television special with Liza. These three projects alone result in Oscar, Tony and Emmy nominations galore not only for the projects themselves, but for Bob individually, they and he ultimately winning a plethora of them. And he uses his power and success to parlay that into the bedroom, any woman he wants he seemingly can have, that is except for Gwen. Conversely, Gwen has a commercial and critical flop in Children Children!, which closes the day after opening night, the show having had been gutted in the lead up to that opening. Despite Gwen's urging for Bob's help to fix it, those pleas landed on deaf ears. Her team has finally obtained the rights to Chicago, she again turning to Bob to commit to the show in she ...
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When you get home, let's have a dinner! Just you and Neil, and me and Ron, and Bobby and whatever-her-name-is-this-week.
Well, okay, fine! You're uninvited.
It's lousy enough I have to coddle Neil. Please don't make me coddle you as well.
[Gwen is stunned
I'm not a child, Gwen. I know I'm never coming home.
Features Liza with a Z
I Guess I'll Miss the Man
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Performed by Blake Baumgartner See more