|May 16, 1992|
What did you first notice about me the night we met at the Elephant Walk Pub?
I liked the way you looked in that denim skirt.
It wasn't a skirt.
Sure it was. I remember.
No, it wasn't a skirt. I should remember, I was wearing it. It was a light denim jumpsuit
cinched in at the waist with a belt.
Really? I could have sworn it was a skirt. Anyway, I remember it looked nice.
Don't you want to know what I noticed about you?
You were very tanned, very smiling, and you talked about yourself too much,
impressing us with your world travels.
But I didn't mind that. I thought you were sweet.
Do you remember our first date?
Yes, I had tickets through work to the premier of that film made in Vancouver.
The one with Gene Hackman and that woman on the train. Was it called Sudden Impact?
No, no, that's a Clint Eastwood movie. I think it was called Narrow Margin.
Oh right. Yes, you're right. I was so nervous. I didn't really want to go on a date. I was supposed to be concentrating on my studies. And then you came along.
Well, it happens like that sometimes.
Yes, yes it does. And then we fell in love.
Yes, and then you spent all my money. On cheesecake.
Well, I'm sorry about that. It was a small price to pay for my undying
love and devotion, though, don't you think?
Oh, ha ha. Very funny. Sigh...
What is it?
I was just thinking. Twenty Years. Wow! Where has the time gone?
I know exactly where the time has gone. Four kids, a few moves, and just, you know, LIFE.
But, it has been good, hasn't it?
Yes. I've been very happy with you, you know.
You make me sound like a vacuum cleaner.
Well, you have become rather useful.
Oh, now who's the funny one?
Shhhh...the show's about to start. Where are you going?
To the kitchen.
(Popcorn pops and I hear the hiss of a beer being opened and poured into a glass)
Another Saturday night, another murder mystery.
Just the way we like it.
Happy Anniversary, Sweetie.
Happy Anniversary to you, too.