Played at: Ann Talman
Appears in: The Good Samaritan
George and Elaine go out to dinner with a married couple and when the wife sneezes, George says “God bless you”, but her husband doesn’t say anything. When George points this out, the husband Miachael gets mad, causing Robin to become attracted to George, and they end up having an affair. When Michael calls Elaine to find out where his wife is, he figures out that she is with George, causing him to exclaim “He’s finished!”
Robin: You went out with a bullfighter?
Elaine: Yes, well, an ex-bullfighter now.
Robin: What was his name?
Elaine: His name? Name, um, his name was uh, uh, Eduardo Carochio.
George: Pass the salt please.
Robin: Where did you meet him?
Elaine: Um, actually, I met him in Switzerland, and he was fighting uh, is that the word they use? Fighting? Because they don’t really fight the bull, they avoid fighting the bull.
Elaine: I just love meeting new people. You know that’s how you really do learn about life.
George: God bless you.
Robin: Thank you.
George: I wasn’t going to say anything, but then I could see that he wasn’t going to open his mouth.
(An argument has developed between Michael and George)
George: Really, I was, I was only kidding around.
Robin: He was only joking Michael.
Michael: You think you’re so damn special because you say ‘God bless you’?
George: No, no, I don’t think I’m special. My mother always said I’m not special.
Robin: He was only joking Michael! Sorry.
Michael: All right! Take his side!
Robin: I am not taking his side.
Michael: Well who’s side are you taking?!
Robin: Well I’m not taking your side!
George: Oh my God. I must be crazy. What have I done?
Robin: Oh no, what’s wrong?
George: What’s wrong? I’ll tell you what’s wrong. I just committed adultery!
Robin: You didn’t commit adultery, I did.
George: Oh yeah.
Robin: If I didn’t do it with you, I would have done it with someone else.
George: Well, I wouldn’t want you to do that. You know there’s a lot of losers out there.
Robin: Maybe even someone who didn’t say ‘God bless you’.
George: Well, that’s a given.
Robin: In three years with Michael, not one ‘God bless you’.
George: Must be hell living in that house.