When Steve tells that Susan redecorated his bathroom, without a lock, Jeff considers this problem #1: a women-made hell where no man can ever de-clench again. Sally is toxic jealous when told Patrick, whom she hypocritically told to go for an open relationship, has a girlfriend, Jennifer- he believed to simplify matters by telling her Sally is a lesbian. Jane is madly in love, at first at sight, of a studly pizza delivery man. At a dinner, all the friends and their present significant others meet, in various rooms, ways and moods, never comfortably. Steve sings the praise of the toilet as modern man's version of a cave of last retreat in face of absurd female interests such as potpourri.
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[Susan has removed the lock from the bathroom door, and doesn't understand why Steve is so upset about it
Men and toilets, the love that dare not speak its name. What's that about?
[slams hand down
We are men! Throughout history, we have always needed, in times of difficulty, to retreat to our caves. It so happens that in this modern age, our caves are fully plumbed. The toilet is, for us, the last bastion, the final refuge, the last few square feet of man-space left to us! Somewhere to sit, ...
References Apollo 13
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
Music by Osvaldo Farrés
English Lyrics by Joe Davis
Performed by Mari Wilson See more