(With young Alvy still at her side)
Why couldn’t you have been more like Donald?
The camera pans over to Donald, sitting up tall in his seat, then back to the teacher.
ALVY (AS CHILD)
(Still standing next to the teacher)
Tell the folks where you are today, Donald.
I run a profitable dress company.
Right. Sometimes I wonder
where my classmates are today.
The camera shows the full classroom, the students sitting behind their desks, the teacher standing in the front of the room. One at a time, the young students rise up from their desks and speak.
I’m president of the Pincus Plumbing Company.
I sell tallises.
I used to be a heroin addict.
Now I’m a methadone addict.
I’m into leather.
Well, guess who else is into leather...
...and pretty much anything else she can park her furry carcass on?