Fifth Mention of the Teitelbaum Divorce
“It didn’t sound kosher from the get-go,” Bernie said, and then he added something I missed, on account of: kosher! That took me back in a flash to the Teitelbaum divorce and the chicken at the celebration dinner, best I’ve ever tasted, although the celebration might have been a little premature, coming just before Mrs. Teitelbaum drove the earthmover into the garage where Mr. Teitelbaum kept his antique car collection. He had a bunch of Porsches, all of them way nicer than ours, and then not.
“ … ulterior motive,” Anya was saying, “none whatsoever. I told you the truth.”
“Some of it, maybe,” Bernie said. “What was Guy’s motive for wanting to get back with you?”
“Is it so hard to imagine he might still be interested?” Anya said.
Bernie got this expression I hadn’t seen on his face since the Leda days.
From The Dog Who Knew Too Much.
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