Christmas in Connecticut

When there's something
across the room...

...and you're too lazy to get up
and get it...

...well, you just rock over
and get it.

Only chair in the world you can cross
the room without getting up.

I never know there was so much
to a rocking chair.

Won't you take off your things?
Gosh, your house is wonderful.
I got all the back copies
of the magazine and read them...

:36:24 I'd know about you
before I got up here.

We've read all about you too.
It was swell of you to have me up here.
We're very proud to have you here.
Lizka, what's...? What's that?
The baby, of course.
Baby, so quick?
He woke up rather early.
It must be time for something.
- Could be.
- Oh, I know.

- It's time for the baby's bath.
- Is it?

- Yes. I read all about it in your articles.
- Oh, yes, it is.

They're awfully cute in the tub.
Yes, aren't they?
- Well...
- Do you mind if I watch?

Oh, no.
- Felix.
- You stay in there. Everything is fine.

- Where did they go?
- They are going to wash the baby.

Good heavens. Both of them?
- Anything wrong?
- Wrong? Oh, no. No, nothing at all.

I'm sorry, judge. I'm afraid we'll
have to postpone the ceremony.

Oh, that's all right. Any time.
Look, judge. I make you a nice martini.
Good? Two martinis, judge.

Two Manhattans.
Two Manhattans.
Well, all set.
Maybe I shouldn't bathe him today.
It's rather cold.

Don't they have to be bathed every day?
No, no. That's the old-fashioned idea.
Oh, gosh. You're not gonna
disappoint me, are you?

Oh, no, I guess not.
- He's a cute one.
- Yes.

- What's his name?
- His name?