"Let's Crush the Springtime"
John and Betty, war veterans, Academy Award-winning screen-writers, and well-received first-time novelists, married two years and the parents of a beautiful baby girl, living in the finest house in Columbus, Ohio, both close to forty years old, John listens to the radio at noon stretched out on the living-room carpet in a robe, Betty drives around town with their daughter.
From this first paragraph, Dear Reader, it's all too painfully-obvious, if John and Betty don't splinter soon, they'll only become worse than irrelevant. See the Quick Collapse of their New Meaningless Suburban Empire. Or Look Away, Dizzy.