Manny and Hazel are a couple who have been married for 35 years. They are touring Europe for the first time. They are in Berlin and standing at the top in the dome of a government building. Hazel loves the view.
Manny, this is some view.
It ought to be. They spent a fortune on it.
C’mon, Manny, don’t be a spoil sport.
Who? Me? A spoil sport? I’m just pointing out the facts.
Why don’t you just enjoy the view?
We liberate these people from the Nazis. Spend a fortune. It’s cost us I don’t know how many lives. And they don’t pay us back.
Now, Manny, these Germans are nice people.
Under all those nice clothes we’re seeing are people that still owe us money.
Geez. Sometimes, Manny, I don’t know why I do it.
Drag you along on these excursions. You’re nothing but a sourpuss. You know that?
Yes, Mrs. Sunshine. You never ever rain on my parade.
When do I rain on your parade? Tell me?
When I go play golf.
You know golf is such a stupid game. Now bridge, that’s a game.
Is not. It don’t take no skills to sit on your butt and play cards. Any doofus could do it.
You try it and see if it takes no skill. You’ll see.
I am not going to play bridge. I don’t care what you say. Oh, look. I can see where the Wall used to be. I bet I can see Russia from here too.
See. I told you it was a nice view.
Manny smiles and takes his wife’s hand.