Walter: What the hell was that?
Anna: All I did was turn on the water.
Walter: That’s all? That doesn’t sound good.
Anna: No. You should see the…I guess it’s the water. I don’t know. It’s revolting.
Walter: Okay. So the plumbing‘s not perfect. We’ll get it fixed. It’s not the end of the world.
Anna: You didn’t see that water!
Walter: Look, this is an old house. It’s gonna need some work. You’ve gotta expect that.
Anna: I didn’t expect that water. It had legs.
Walter: A little work, a little care…a little imagination, and it’s gonna be great! It’s gonna be fun fixing it up. You’ll see.
Anna: I don’t know. I’ve never been any good at that kind of thing.
Walter: What kind of thing?
Walter: You can’t go into it with that kind of attitude. You’ve gotta be more positive.
Anna: I’ll try.
Anna: A little care, a little imagination…and a positive attitude.
Walter: What was that?
Anna: Nothing, dear.
Walter: Son of a bitch.
Anna: Oh, Walter!
Walter: The stairs are out! Honey, you’re on my fingers.