You've Got Mail
网上情缘(一) First Mail Kathleen starts to read the letter aloud: KATHLEEN：Brinkley is my dog. He loves the streets of New York as much as I do --And now we hear Kathleen's voice replaced by the voice of NY 152, a man named JOE FOX --JOE (V.O.)：-- although he likes to eat bits of pizza and bagel off the sidewalk, and I prefer to buy them. Brinkley is a great catcher and was offered a tryout on the Mets farm team --(continued) INT. JOE'S APARTMENT - DAY A dog is sitting on a large green pillow on the floor. This is BRINKLEY. The pillow has "Brinkley" embroidered on it. Brinkley's master, JOE FOX, a great-looking guy, full of charm and irony, comes into the kitchen and pours himself some orange juice. He's half-dressed. JOE (cont'd)：-- but he chose to stay with me so that he could spend 18 hours a day sleeping on a large green pillow the size of an inner tube. Don't you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly-sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address. On the other hand, this not knowing has its charms. VOICE：Darling -- JOE：Mmmmmhmmm --Joe's girlfriend PATRICIA EDEN, in Armani head to toe, comes into the kitchen and turns on the $2000 espresso machine, which starts grinding beans. She's carrying the morning papers. PATRICIA：I'm late. (indicating the newspaper) Random House fired Dick Atkins. Good riddance. Murray Chilton died. Which makes one less person I'm not speaking to -- (she drains a cup of espresso as a second starts to come out of the machine) Vince got a great review. He'll be insufferable. Tonight, PEN dinner -- JOE：Am I going? PATRICIA：You promised. JOE：Can't I just give them money? That's the cause? Free Albanian writers? I'm for that. Patricia drains another cup of espresso, looks at him. JOE：All right, I'll go. You're late.