Then, he finds out it’s an 'elaborate hoax', and instead of sleeping with a Helen-turned-Harry, he's just slept with a Harry. And he's shamed for it. Cue more audience laughter.
"We got you, man! We got you!" Harry howls.
As if things can't get any worse, in comes Helen, his real ex. "How do you like that, Pete?" she asks.
Pete looks away from his friends faces, stares out the window thoughtfully for a bit, and then replies "Y'know, it wasn't bad." Cut to friends' faces, uncertain.
Pete thinks a bit more, remembers a bit more, says softly "Not bad at all" more to himself than his friends, hint of a smile. Cut to friends looking to each other, rising surprise.
Pete breaks into a genuine smile, stands up, walks out of the room to take a shower. As he walks out he says clearly, not even bothering to turn back to his friends, "Not bad at all.".
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