The clip pictures of the kids from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Ellen Burstyn, Alan Alda
Helen has some nice qualities too. Who's Helen?
You said her name was Phyllis.
I know. I lied.
Phyllis Helen! What's the difference? I'm married!
Look, I was nervous. I was afraid you'd try to look me up or something.
I didn't want to leave any clues.
Is your name really George? Well, of course it is.
You think I'd lie about my own name?
Yes. That would be crazy!
Well, you're pretty crazy.
It's funny, isn't it?
Here we are in a hotel room, gazing into each other's eyes.
We're both married, and we have six kids between us.
Do you have any pictures?
What? Pictures of your kids.
Yeah, but I don't think this is the time or place.
Come on, come on. If you show me yours, I'll show you mine.
I keep mine in this little folder we got free from Kodak.
Where's yours? You have to take the whole wallet.
Is that the oldest one with the glasses and baggy tights?
Yeah, that's Michael. Funny-looking kid, isn't he?
No. What does he wanna be, Superman?
No, Peter Pan.
I'm kinda worried about him.
Why is this one's face all scrunched up?
That's Paul. That was taken on a roller coaster.
Isn't it natural looking?
Right after that he threw up.
Yeah, he's really, um-
I guess he
The clip pictures of the kids Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
I guess he takes after Harry.
No, both of us, really.
What's your little girl's name? Debbie.
That was on her second birthday. We were trying to get her to blow out the candles.
She's got her hand in the cake. Neat is not her strong suit.
You have great-looking kids, George.
Thank you. So do you.
Okay, but this is the last time.
The clip time passing montage from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
The seasons have come and gone!
And the world goes tumbling on!
Look what's happened since I last saw your smile!
Love's invited us back here!
The same as she did last year!
To come and spend!
And the last time I Felt like this! The very last time!
I was Falling in love!
I was Falling!
Falling and Feeling!
I'd never Fall in love again!
Yes, the last time I Felt like this! The very last time!
Was long before I knew!
What I'm Feeling!
What I'm Feeling now with you!
The clip declining moral of youth from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Ellen Burstyn
Ohh. Honey, why are you so uptight?
That's another expression I hate. "Uptight"?
There's no such word. You remind me of my mother.
When I was nine, I asked her what "fuck" meant.
You know what she said? "There's no such word. "
And now you know there is, you feel compelled to use it in every other sentence?
What is bugging you? "Bugging" me? I'll tell you what's bugging me.
The blacks are burning down the cities.
There's a Harvard professor telling my kids the only way to happiness...
is to become doped-up zombies.
And I have a teenage son with hair so long that from the back,
he looks exactly like Yvonne De Carlo.
You know that's a sign of age, don't you? What is?
When you start worrying about the declining morality of the young.
Besides, there is nothing you can do about it.
We can start setting some examples.
As I recall, when you were a little younger,
you were not exactly a monk about that sort of thing.
That was different.
Our relationship is not based on a casual one-night stand.
No. It's been 15 one-night stands.
It's not the same. We shared things.
The clip declining moral of youth Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
My God. I helped deliver your child. Remember?
I consider that our finest hour.
How is she?
Ooh, she's very healthy, very noisy and very spoiled.
Don't you feel guilty leaving her alone when you go to school?
No. Harry's home a lot.
How does Harry feel about all this? Oh.
The clip hall closet stories from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
When I told him I wanted to go back to school to get some identity,
he said to me, "You want identity, go build a bridge, invent penicillin.
Just get off my back. "
I always said Harry had a good head on his shoulders.
That was supposed to be the bad story about him.
Helen's fine, just fine.
Hmm. Why don't you tell me a story that shows how really rotten she can be?
That's not like you.
I know, but it seems like we need something to bring us together.
I thought a really lousy story about Helen would make you appreciate me more.
Okay. As you know, she has this funny sense of humor.
By funny, I take it you mean peculiar. Right.
And it comes out at the most inappropriate times.
I had just signed this client
very proper, very old money.
Helen and I were invited to his house for cocktails with him and his wife.
Well, it was all pretty awkward,
but we managed to get through the drinks all right.
Then, as we were leaving, instead of walking out the front door,
I walked into the hall closet.
Well, that wasn't so bad. Anybody could've done that.
My mistake was I stayed in there.
You stayed in the closet?
I wasn't sure anybody had seen me go in. Aha.
I guess I figured I'd stay in there until they'd all gone away.
All right. Maybe I didn't think things through.
I was there a minute before I realized I had probably misjudged the situation.
And then when I came out, the three of them were just staring at me.
Well, it was pretty awkward, but I probably could've carried it off except for Helen.
You know what she did?
The clip hall closet stories Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
She peed on the carpet.
She did what? Well, not right away.
First, she started to laugh.
Her face was all screwed up. She was holding her sides.
Tears were streaming down her cheeks. And then she peed all over the carpet.
What did you say?
I said, "You'll have to excuse my wife.
Ever since her last pregnancy, she's had a problem. "
Then I offered to have the rug cleaned.
Did that help?
No. They said they had a maid, and it wouldn't be necessary.
You think this is funny? Listen.
I've been meaning to tell you this for a long time.
I just love Helen.
The clip doris pregnant from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
Be right out, darling.
How are you, lover?
Oh, my God!
What did you do to yourself?
Well, I can't take all the credit.
It was sort of a mutual effort.
George, when you haven't seen an old Friend in a whole year,
isn't it customary to give 'em a kiss hello? What?
Oh, yeah. Oh, sorry.
You okay, pal? Oh, I'm fine.
I'm fine. I'm just a little surprised. You're surprised.
The clip doris pregnant Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
I insisted upon visiting the dead rabbit's grave.
George, how come you're wearing your robe and pajamas in the afternoon?
I'm rehearsing a Noel Coward play.
Is there something on your mind?
Uh, no, not anymore. No.
The clip trying to break the ice from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
You must be eight months pregnant.
Oh, come on! It's not all that tragic.
We can find some other way to communicate. Great. Great.
You got any ideas?
Is there something else bothering you?
No. Mm-mmm. No.
Well, you know, every year it is always a little awkward...
when we first meet.
We manage to take care of that with a lot of heavy breathing between the sheets.
Uh, Doris, uh-
if we're not gonna do it, do you mind if we don't talk about it?
No, I just meant maybe we need something else to help break the ice.
Well, I'm wide open to suggestions. Okay.
How 'bout this?
How about if, uh, if I tell you some deep, dark secret about myself...
that I've never told anyone before,
and then you tell me some secret about yourself.
I've had enough surprises.
You're gonna like this one.
I've been having sex dreams about you.
Oh, yeah? Almost every night too.
What kind of sex dreams? That's what's so strange.
They're always the same.
I mean, we're making love, but it's always underwater.
It's in caves, grottos, swimming pools,
but always underwater.
Isn't that weird?
I think it probably has something to do with my being pregnant.
Always underwater, huh? Come on.
You tell me some deep, dark secret about yourself.
I can't swim.
The clip stories about helen from Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Alan Alda
I'll start with the good story about her.
You've never done that before. You must be mellowing.
Doris, do you mind? No, I don't mind.
We went to London,
and as we were checking into the hotel,
there was a man in a formal coat and striped pants...
standing at the front entrance of the hotel.
Helen handed him her suitcase and breezed into the lobby.
The man followed her in and politely explained that not only didn't he work at the hotel,
but that he was the Danish ambassador.
And without batting an eye, Helen said,
"Well, that's marvelous! You can tell us the good places to eat in Copenhagen. "
And he did!
The point is, it doesn't bother her at all...
if she makes a total ass of herself.
I really admire that.
And what is it that you don't admire?
It's that damn sense of humor of hers.
Good. These are always the stories I like best.
We'd been to a party,
and we'd had a few drinks.
So we went to bed and we started making love,
and nothing happened.
I mean, for me.
I mean, I couldn't-
Well, you get the picture. Yeah. It was no big deal.
I mean, we laughed about it.
Then about a half hour later, just as I was going to sleep,
Helen turned to me and said, "It's funny.
When I married a C.P.A., I always thought it would be his eyes that would go first. "
The clip stories about helen Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
Well... she was just trying to make you feel better.
Well, it didn't. Some things aren't funny.
What I'm trying to say is the thing that bugs me the most about Helen...
is that she broke my pecker.
The clip impotence talk with doris from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
That's five people who know.
You, me, Helen and her mother. Who's the fifth?
Chet Huntley. I'm sure her mother has given him the bulletin for the 6:00 news.
Honey, when did this happen? Happen?
Doris, we're not talking about a throughway accident.
You don't wake up one morning and say, "Shoot, the family jewels have gone on the blink. "
It's a gradual thing.
And how's Helen reacting to it?
We haven't discussed it much.
I got the impression she regards it as a lapse in one's social responsibility.
Rather like letting your partner down in tennis by not holding your serve.
I'll be all right.
The patient's not dead, just resting.
Doris, that statement hardly calls for congratulations.
No, I need help getting up.
The clip attraction to pregnant doris from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
George, why are you looking at me like that?
It's too- I was won
Fir-First I was try- Nothing Forget it. It's all right.
Just, uh, tell me the
tell me the other story about Harry.
George, what is it? You're still doing it.
It's obscene! What is?
When I touched you just now, I started to get excited.
What kind of a pervert am I?
Staring at a 200-pound pregnant woman, and I'm getting hot.
Well, I'll tell you something.
That is about the nicest thing anybody's said to me in months.
It's not funny, Doris.
I really got to ya, huh, fella?
Uh, would you excuse me?
That's incredible! Are you as good as I think you are?
How good do you think I am? Sensational.
I'm not as good as you think I am.
But that piano's been sitting here for 10 years, and you've hardly touched it.
Why tonight? It beats a cold shower.
You mean, you play to relieve sexual tension?
You don't even get this good without a lot of practice.
The clip attraction to pregnant doris Part 2 from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
You're gonna be exhausted. That's the idea.
I've got a better idea. Come on.
Come on. It's all right. It'll be okay.
But- But you can't-
Well, I know that. Well, then how-
Well, we can work something out, can't we?
The clip doris goes into labor from Same Time, Next Year (1978)
What is it?
Aah For God's sake, what is it?
Doris, what the hell is the matter?
If memory serves me correctly, I just had a labor pain.
You can't have. It must be indigestion. No. There's a difference.
Indigestion doesn't make your eyes bug out.
You can't be in labor. When
When's the baby due?
Not for another month, but-
Oh! Oh, my God! What have I done?
What have you done? I brought this on with my selfishness.
Oh, don't be ridiculous. You had nothing to do with it.
Doris, don't treat me like a child. Will you stop getting excited?
Excited? I thought I had problems with my sex life before.
Can you imagine what this is gonna do to it? Just
Will you just-
Ohh. Oh, I think I'd better lie down.
What kind of a man am I? What kind of a man would do a thing like this?
May I say something? Doris, I appreciate what you're trying to do,
but nothing you can say would make me feel any better.
I'm not trying to make you feel any better. I'm gonna have a baby.
I know that. No. I mean now.
I have a history of short labor.
Oh, no no, no, no!
No, no, no, no! Oh, no no!
How do you feel?
Like I'm gonna have a baby.
Maybe it's a false alarm. It's a false alarm. That's all.
No. Now, just get a hold of yourself, honey, and get on the phone...
and find out where the nearest hospital is.
Hospital? You wanna go to a hospital?
George, like it or not,
I am going to have a baby!