come and go
The gantelope of sense and nonsense, the unattached herd.
The play, which is so festive and comic as to be an All’s Well That Ends Well or As You Like It, was described by critics and academics in some quarters as a satire. The waiter is a satire.
Pinter rises to the occasion in perfect order. The astonishing thing is, as required by the waiter’s interjection on “the Hollywood studio system”, so does Crowley.