Come Back, Little Sheba

Good morning.
You've come to see the room?

Yes, I have. I'm Marie Buckholder.
Oh. How are you, dear?
You're from the university?

- Yes. I hope I didn't get you up.
- Oh, no, honey.

I had to get up, anyway.
It's up here. Is this the first room
you looked for?

- Yes, it is.
- I hope you like it.

- I'm sure I will.
- We haven't any children, you know.

Come right in. Right in here.
This is the room, honey.
See? You got a closet.
Nice, big closet.
And a lamp for reading.

I'll have to get you a bulb.
It's usually more quiet.
I guess a student needs it quiet.

But today being Saturday,
the Coffman kids is home.

The view isn't too important.
- It ain't too much money?
- No, the price seems all right.

Nice bed. A wonderful bed.
Good mattress.
I know, 'cause I slept here myself.

- You did?
- Well, not lately.

My husband used to be sickly.
But he's all right now.

I don't know, Mrs Delaney,
I'll think it over.

There isn't anything
closer to the university.

- It's very convenient, but...
- The bathroom's nice.

I just had it repainted three years ago.