Setting: Bare stage. Can be anywhere. Man and Woman enter, strolling lovingly, hand in hand, moving downstage center. They stop, looking off over the audience.
Woman: Ohhh, honey! (pointing) Would you look at that!
Man: Wow! I haven't seen something like that for a long time!
W: It's so big!
M: Yes, although, I think it's also rather small.
W: Yeah... I'm surprised to see it around here.
M: Me too. Me too.
W: I love the colors.
M: Yes, yet it's so monochromatic.
W: Yes, that too. I like that.
M: I remember seeing that when I was in college.
M: Yes. I would go outside and walk around, and it seemed like you could see that most every day.
W: I haven't seen it that often; you're lucky.
M: Well, we would see it at least once a week anyway.
M: Yes, me and my.... friend.
M: I was so much younger than that then though.
W: Which friend?
W: Which friend? Todd, Bill, Perry...?
M: Yes. One of them.
W: Which one?
M: Yes... or it could have been Diane.
W: Lisa? Diane? Who are these women?
M: No, I remember it was Sally, because it was right before that one night.
M: Well, not that.
W: That one night?
M: Yes, great night.
W: What happened that night?
M: Well, it was Peggy's first night seeing something like that.
M: Yes, sorry, I said Sally... I meant Peggy.
W: Of course you did!
M: Sally had seen that many times before that night.
M: Wow! She was surprised! (laughing) I still remember the shrieking! God, she could scream!
W: Peggy screamed. About what? That?
M: No, no, no! Peggy never screamed at that. She liked that a lot!
W: What then?
M: Oh, she screamed about somthing other than that.
W: Yes, and....?
M: Now, Leah! She screamed at that all the time. She never got used to that at all.
M: Some women never get used to that.
W: (to herself) I certainly have.
M: Melanie, she never did. Neither did Mary or Tina... definitely not Debbie.
W: Anyone else?
M: Ahhh... none of them were important... so many years ago.
W: Yes, many.
M: Betty really liked that though; boy, she just begged to see that all the time!
M: (in female voice) Can I touch that? Can I put that in my mouth again? (regular voice) Ahh, she was a trooper!
W: Yes, sounds like a lot of trooping!
M: I'd bring her out here and show her that; she was so happy!
M: Sometimes I'd bring Betty and a couple of her friends. Now, that was fun!
M: Yeah! They all liked that... a lot!
W: Can we go?
M: Once, I remember, it was Betty and four women all named Sarah! Weird, huh?
M: And Sally was there that night too... the second Sally.
W: I'm going!
M: Ahhh, why, sweetie?
W: I don't fell like looking at that any longer, that's all.
M: Yes... o.k.
W: So, come on! (she tugs at his arm)
M: Ohhh... you know what?
M: It was Todd.
W: Todd? Your best man?
M: Yep, it was Todd.
W: You saw that with Todd.
M: Yeah, definitely Todd.
W: Ummmm... o.k.... so who...
M: That was the last time I saw that... with Todd.
W: Who were all those women?
M: Oh, them? Ahhh...
M: Just some women I knew.
W: Uh-huh... and what was (air-quotes) that?
W: Yes, that?
M: Ohhh.... nothing, just a little thing...
W: Oh, little?
M: Yeah... sometimes it was bigger...
W: I'll bet, but still little...
M: Hey now! Bigger than that anyway.
(exiting, lights fading)
W: Four Sarahs?
M: Well, the fifth was sick that night.