Julian Po

We always wait too long to do
the things we want to do...

and then, before you know it,
it's too late.

You are so right.
Uh, she, uh, brought me
those for breakfast.

That's why she was here.
I liked your breakfast, too.
It was delicious.

Very good, tasty.
I'm gonna go out now.
See you.
Ahem. Bye.
There you go.
Is this yours?
Thank you, Mr. Po.
It's nice to see you today.
It's not the way I'd do it.
Beg your pardon?
It's just not the way I'd want
the loved ones to remember me.

That last glimpse before
they close the lid.

It sets a memory for life.
Step right this way
into my office, Mr. Po.

We'll have you
fixed up in a jiffy.

Well, I was...
No, right this way.
Thank you, Mary.

Step right here, sir. Ha ha.
People in your position...
often don't think
about a haircut, Mr. Po...

until it's too late.
I've seen it a million times.
The last haircut
of your earthly existence...

done by the undertaker.
Is he a trained
hair-care professional, Mr. Po?

I ask you. He is not.
And that's why it's important
to think of this before.

When you leave here, you'll be
so darn-well groomed...

you may not even want to die.