Orthopedic doctor's office.
Male doctor and patient (Patois).
Act I, Scene I:
Doctor: What are the chances that I would make the same unusual diagnosis for two patients in two weeks?
Patois: I'm guessing it would be highly unlikely.
Doctor: It's true. It's very, very, very unlikely. But here it is anyway. I had a patient in here two weeks ago. He's 26. I diagnosed him with the same condition I'm going to diagnose you with. And it's a condition usually seen in older people.
Doctor: Wait a minute. A doctor in our practice actually has had this before. Let me go talk with him.
Doctor exits through door. Patois
Doctor returns in less than two minutes.
Doctor: (Entering through door and closing it.) You're older than I thought you were. I thought you were only in your 30s.
Camera fades out on a pissed-off Patois staring incredulously at the doctor.