GK: I love Schubert. I know some people think he's kind of syrupy but I find him very moving.
SS: That's the CD your old girlfriend sent you.
GK: It is? Oh. It is.
SS: She sent it on your birthday.
GK: It's beautiful though, isn't it?
SS: The music is, yes. What special personal associations it has for you, I have no way of knowing. She was the German one, right? Hilda?
SS: By the way, just so you know, Josh broke up with Stephanie.
GK: His girlfriend?
SS: Right. But we can't worry about that. We have to lead our own lives.
SS: Do I still excite you?
GK: You do.
SS: Would you mind changing this CD? I don't want to make love to a CD that your old girlfriend sent you, okay? Just change it.
GK: Okay. What do you want instead?
SS: How about Tchaikovsky?
GK: Too weepy.
GK: Too churchy.
(KNOCKS ON DOOR)
TR (JOSH, OUTSIDE): Mom? Dad? Can I come in?
GK: No, don't come in----- (DOOR OPEN)
TR (TEEN): Jeeze, it's like pitch-black in here. Where are you?
GK: Never mind.
TR (TEEN): What's wrong?
GK: Nothing, just leave ---- okay?
TR (TEEN): Dude-----What are you doing in the dark, Dad?
GK: Just putting on a pair of pants, that's all.
TR (TEEN): What's the problem?
SS: Nothing, it's just that sometimes Dad and I like to be alone. You understand.
TR (TEEN): You've been alone all evening.
GK: Anyway-----We're going to go to bed now. Okay? So---- see you in the morning.
TR (TEEN): Okay. Cool. See ya. Mind if I take the car?
TR (TEEN): Good night, Mom.
SS: Good night, honey.
TR (TEEN): You two take it easy.
GK: Yeah, you too. Good night. (DOOR CLOSE)
SS: Come here.
GK: I'm coming. What do you want to listen to? How about "Tales of Hoffman Offenbach" ---
SS: Your girlfriend didn't give you that?
GK: She liked Schubert. Not opera
SS: Put your arm around me.
SS: Push Play.
GK: What does that mean?
SS: Push the play button.
GK: Oh. You mean on the CD player.
SS: What did you think I meant?
TALES OF HOFFMAN
Lovingly selected from the earliest archives of A Prairie Home Companion, this heirloom collection represents the music from earliest years of the now legendary show: 1974–1976. With songs and tunes from jazz pianist Butch Thompson, mandolin maestro Peter Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and the first house band, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas and Mary DuShane).