The Harry and Sam Dialogues Harry and Sam are old friends who like to pass the time posing outlandish questions to one another If ya had the choice would ya rather love a woman whose top half was a fish and whose bottom half was

  • Title: The Harry and Sam Dialogues
  • Author: Karen Ellison
  • ISBN: 9780822213802
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Harry and Sam are old friends who like to pass the time posing outlandish questions to one another If ya had the choice would ya rather love a woman whose top half was a fish and whose bottom half was a woman or a woman whose top half was a woman and whose bottom half was a fish Harry asks Good question, responds Sam The questions are off the wall, but they slowlyHarry and Sam are old friends who like to pass the time posing outlandish questions to one another If ya had the choice would ya rather love a woman whose top half was a fish and whose bottom half was a woman or a woman whose top half was a woman and whose bottom half was a fish Harry asks Good question, responds Sam The questions are off the wall, but they slowly reveal the two men s characters, and allow them to take stock of each other while avoiding mundane, but important, life matters These life matters are woven into their interchanges hints about their lives apart from one another Harry and his wife, Marge, are having troubles In the first scene, Harry mentions he s sleeping on the couch in the next, he is sleeping in his car later he asks Sam if he can stay at his house and after that, he jokes that he is sleeping in another state Sam is wrapped up in New Age books, and tries to dispense their philosophy to enhance the dialogues But when Harry finds one of Sam s books in Marge s possession, he realizes Sam is having an affair with Marge Sam apologizes and tries to explain, but the event drives them apart and they do not speak for a time The two are incomplete without each other however, and the incident forces Harry to reconsider his chosen form of communication or lack thereof and to work on his marriage and salvage it In the final scene, Harry and Sam meet by chance in their favorite bar and reconcile, with Harry using an analogy of dunking Ding Dong s, in what you thought was milk but which turns out to be orange juice, to say that you don t throw away years of friendship or marriage because of one mistake, which is as much his fault as theirs.

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