CLEMMIE, BUBBIE, CHARLIE and SANDY watch T.V. CLEMMIE points at SANDY.
BUBBIE: She’s your wife?
CHARLIE: Yes, Bubbie. Sandy.
BUBBIE: She’s a Jewish girl.
SANDY: Well, really, I’m not.
BUBBIE doesn’t appear to hear this.
CHARLIE: She’s not Jewish, Bubbie.
BUBBIE: Of course she is.
Our daughter is learning all about being Jewish.
BUBBIE: Of course she’s is.
CHARLIE: She goes along with everything…
BUBBIE: Why wouldn’t she?
CLEMMIE: She doesn’t look it.
BUBBIE: Sure she does.
CLEMMIE: Everybody looks Jewish to you.
BUBBIE: Why such a fuss? A Jew is a Jew. I am so tired.
She closes her eyes. A moment later, she opens them.
CHARLIE scratches his nose.
Stop that nose scratching. You’ll ruin it. You’ll have scars.
CHARLIE: You told me that when I was a kid and I still don’t have scars.
BUBBIE: You used to scratch your nose so hard it’s a wonder you didn’t break it off.
CHARLIE: I never did.
BUBBIE: Why do you do it?
CHARLIE: It’s a habit. I don’t do it that much.
BUBBIE: You used to dig your nail into it. I’m surprised it doesn’t bleed.
CHARLIE: I’ve never drawn any blood. I don’t use my nail.
BUBBIE: Then why take the chance? I’ll give you a dollar if you stop.
CHARLIE: Okay, I’ve stopped.
BUBBIE: Here’s your dollar.
CHARLIE: I don’t need it. I’ve stopped scratching.
BUBBIE: Take it. Please, before you get scars.
He accepts another dollar.