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146. The Argument (1)
Lulu didn’t want to go to the play.
Wednesday was going to be very busy. She
realty meetings and clients to drive around. Called “
,” the play was based on the novel by
.S. Lewis. It was a musical. “You know that
don’t like musicals,” she told Walt. “I can
understand what they’re saying when they sing, and
music is not that good, either.” He told
that there were a lot of great musicals,
just for their music if nothing else. She
when he was going to take her to
Well, he said, someone had told him that
play was the one. She still said that
’d rather not go. He argued that they only
to a play once every two months, so
be ready. He would pick her up the
day at 7 p.m.
Throughout the next day,
thought about the play—maybe Lulu was right. He
up a couple of friends to ask if
had seen the play, but they had not.
about 6 p.m., he had the bright idea
Google the play. Sure enough, he found a
that contained music samples from the play. He
about six tunes; they did nothing for him.
was right, he thought, at least about this
. He was going to call Lulu, but just
his sister called him. They talked for at
half an hour.