The Money Pit (1986): The Maestro Is Back Part 2

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The clip The Maestro Is Back Part 2 from The Money Pit (1986) I'm talking to him, he won't answer me. When...
The clip The Maestro Is Back Part 2 from The Money Pit (1986) I'm talking to him, he won't answer me. When is he coming here? Oh, maybe a minute, maybe an hour. But he will come. It's him you're talking about, isn't it? The lunatic is back. Yes! I thought he was in Europe. He was, and now he's back, and you're out! Oh. All right. I'm sorry. Look, guys, why don't I talk to him. Maybe we can live here all together. Wait. Wait. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. You're not lookin' at a charity case here. If this is his apartment, we'll get out. It's no problem. Could you just give us a few minutes alone? Sure, I understand. Have a nice day. What are we gonna do? This is New York City. It takes months to find a place, even if you're rich. And we're broke! We're doomed, homeless, penniless. Doomed. I'm sorry, Walter. No, no, no. It's not your fault. We both knew he was coming back. It's just that we've been so happy lately. Jack can help us. Isn't Jack in jail? No. No, he got off with a small fine. Jack's a perfectly legitimate real estate agent. Well, as long as we're together. Nothing bad can happen. Mmm. Good morning, Realty Office. Oh, here's a beautiful place. It's only an eight-hour commute to New York City. You don't get in more than once a week, do you? I'll even go to SoHo. I looked at a loft there a few years ago. It was $350 a month. It's probably gone up, but... SoHo, 350 a month. Let's see, Eisenhower was president, right? I'm worried, Jack. I'm very worried. Listen, Walter, I gotta take a call. Meet me at the jogging track at 1:00. You won't recognize me. I'm so thin! Where have you been? You're almost late.