So, allow me one more story about my old friend Harold Conrad.
The troupe stages the critically acclaimed Being Harold Pinter, a play about helpless characters with a KGB-esque twist.
Harold and Mara remarried after nearly 30 years of living in sin, smoked a last joint together, and that was it.
Harold Evans says it proves the value of the kind of investigative journalism we are losing.
Great, Harold thinks, that's all I need: to show up in Zanuck's office with my typewriter and say, "Bugsy sent me."
Harold was so disgusted with this reply that he relapsed into silence.
One of the Norman knights, whom he had rescued, came to Harold that evening.
Harold said nothing; he only rocked a little as one in pain, and his hands fell.
It showed the face of Harold Bond, leader of the fourteenth sector.
"She will have to remain at home, then," returned Harold, dejectedly.