is a play by Neil Simon
. It centers on Jake, a writer with a struggling marriage. Jake talks to many of the women he knows, both in real life and in his imagination, as he works to save his marriage. Jake, suffering with psychosis and seeing representations of his daughter at age 12 and recently divorced wife Maggie, is dealing with the inability to write productively and must resolve these issues before he does so.
In 1996, it was made into a TV movie starring Alan Alda.