The clip george talks to harry from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
Uh, no, she's not here right now. Who's this?
Uh, would you
would you just hold on for a minute, please?
Harry, we're two mature adult human beings, and I've decided to be honest.
No. Doris is not here right now, but I'd like to talk to you.
Because I know that you and Doris are having a pretty rough time right now, and-
Uh, we're very close friends.
I've known Doris for 20 years, and I feel that through her, I know you.
We've been meeting this same weekend for 20 years.
The retreat? Uh, yeah.
I'll get to that in a minute, but, um,
first I'd like to tell you something, Harry.
She loves you.
Well, I just know. Look. Maybe if I told you a story she told me this morning,
maybe it would help you understand.
Uh, a few months ago, Doris was supposed to act as den mother...
for your 10-year-old daughter and her Indian Guide group.
The clip george talks to harry Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
And Doris was a little late. She was hung up at the store,
and she got home about two hours late.
When she walked into the house, she looked in the living room, and you know what she saw?
A rather overweight, balding, middle-aged man with a feather on his head...
sitting cross-legged on the floor, very gravely and gently...
telling a circle of totally absorbed girls what it was like...
to be in a World War II Japanese prison camp.
And she turned around and went outside and got in her car...
and thanked God for being married to a man like you.
Are you still there, Harry?
Yeah, well, look. Sometimes married people get into an emotional straitjacket,
and it's kind of hard for them to express how they truly feel about each other.
Total honesty is the key.
Yes, I've known Doris for 20 years,
and I'm not ashamed to admit that it's been one of the most intimate,
satisfying experiences of my life.
My name is Father Michael O'Herlihy.