Finding Forrester

Yeah, but Crawford's
messed up on it anyhow.

Says the guy having trouble
after the war is really you.

Some symbolism shit for the problems
you were having with everybody.

Robert Crawford?
Yeah, l think it's bullshit, though.
l think there really was
somebody else.

Mr. Johannsen?
Mr. Massie! Another trip
to your favorite destination.

l've got four bags today.
l can leave them.

Oh, no, no.
Come right in.
How you doing, Mr. Johannsen?
At least a half-hour
before the sun goes down.

Then you can begin your
panic-driven quest back to Manhattan.

This should last you till next week.
Your mail is in...
...this one.
-Mr. Johannsen?
-Essentials are in--

l took care of your bills, and
l put all the copies in this one.

The phone company wonders
if you still want service...

:48:08 you haven't had a call in six--

l got your socks
for the next couple weeks...

...which are in this one.
And l have your latest check
from accounting.

They wanted to know if you
cashed the last one.

lt's still showing up outstanding.
Not as outstanding as it once was.
l'm sorry, l didn't realize
you had company.

Oh, yes. We were just
having a discussion...

...on German automobile history.
-Care to join us?
-No, l'm in a tow-away.

Of course you are.
See you next week?
Not if l'm lucky.
Why not give that guy a break
and do your own shopping?

-And why are your socks inside out?
-Because socks are badly designed.