Michelle Harrison: Jane
[Jennings visits the bank to deposit his $92 million-plus dollars and to ask for some cash. Jane, the banker, hands him a large envelope, which he had mailed to himself]
Jane : Your personal items.
Michael Jennings : Yes?
Jane : [Smiling about the postage on the envelope] You only needed four stamps.
[He sees that there are five postage stamps with the picture of Albert Einstein on each one]
Michael Jennings : Oh. Well, I guess I can afford the extra fifty cents.
[She laughs. He shakes the items out of the envelope. They include a watch, a book of matches, a pack of cigarettes, sunglasses, a diamond ring, a bent piece of steel, a coin, and other items]
Michael Jennings : Um, I don't think this is my stuff.
Jane : It's not?
Michael Jennings : No.
Jane : I, I, I don't know what happened.
Michael Jennings : That's all right. Don't worry about it. I'll... um, it doesn't matter. Let's talk about my shares. Um, what I'd like to do is get some money now.
[They both laugh]
Michael Jennings : And, you know, put the rest away for long term, you know, to live off. So, how do we do that?
Jane : [puzzled] Mr. Jennings, you forfeited your shares.
Michael Jennings : I beg your pardon? What?
Jane : Yeah, uh, here. Uh, dated, um, four weeks ago. You surrendered the shares and stated to deliver only the envelope with personals. Don't you remember doing that, sir?