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She Leaves Wooden-handled Knives Soaking
You Were Happy When You Were Making A Lot
So How's Married Life?
New Yorker May 10th, 1999
I'd Just Like To Know Why
I've Had You Appraised
I'm Not In One Of My Moods. I'm In One
I've Come To The Conclusion That There Isn't
And Then She Met This Animal-rights Weirdo
Food As Metaphor For Love? Again?
I Had Dual Air Bags Once
What Are Your Plans? Are You Always Going
I Now Declare You Divorced
It Was Just That One Time That You Won The Nobel
Armand, Which Summer Did We Become Chair People?
Each To Each
Edwina, We Can't Go On Forever Propping Each
Ah, Les Miserables
Another Important Influence In My Life
New Yorker July 21st, 1980
I Didn't Send You A Valentine
Bye, Dear. Try Not To Spill Anything
Roger Always Lived On The Edge. Then One Day
I Don't Like It Already
New Yorker June 5th, 1965
On Second Thought
Robert J. Day
Would You Mind Repeating That Last Question?
The Alternative? I Understand It's
Before We Do Another Thing
But You Just Bought A New Pair Of Overalls Last
New Yorker June 15th, 1998
New Yorker April 29th, 1991
Two Police Officers Are Taking The Testimony
Bruce Eric Kaplan
Two Women Chat Over Coffee
A Sexually Frustrated Wife In Bed Speaks
A Woman Discussing Her Deceased Husband
Two Men Are In Bed Together. One
Face It - There Is No Good Time To Get Married
Shall I Mark You Absent Or Present Today?
New Yorker October 10th, 2005
I Paid Three Grand For This Dress - I'll Wear
I Had A Bit Of A Quiet Day So I Sculpted
New Yorker March 31st, 2008
You're Both Miserable Wretches
Yes, You'll Do It? Or Yes, You Wish I Were Dead?
New Yorker July 10th, 2000
No, It Won't Keep Until Spring. We Have To Talk
Mommy Says She's Lived In A Cage Without Bars
We Gave Them Corn Last Year!
Yes, Harold, I Do Speak For All Women
I Just Now Dreamed I Was In Bed Watching Tv
Do You Know Why The Universe Works So Well? God
I Was Raised In New York And Nancy Is From L.a
Yessirree, Kids, Your Mother Is One Heck Of A Gal!
Something That Dazzles But Doesn't Say 'forever.'
New Yorker September 16th, 1996
You Want Me To Tape 'murphy Brown' For You?
Come Get In Bed
And Do You Promise To Love
O.k., Maybe There's No Chemistry Left, But
Your Idea Of Bringing The Two Of Us Closer
New Yorker February 16th, 1987
Martha Hates Clutter
O.k. The Forward Rate For Marks Rose In March
New Yorker August 21st, 1978
And The Last Paragraph Of The Prenuptial
Listen, You. I'm In The Mood For Some Frozen
New Yorker November 4th, 1961
Harry Wasn't Born Great And He Hasn't Achieved