A 1993 play by Alex Broun.
"Broun's most produced full-length play. Critics all over the globe have raved about this hysterical insight into the lighter (and darker) sides of modern dating, as four talented actors bring to life a myriad of "pick-uppers" and "pick-uppees" in every possible combination. There's twosomes, threesomes and even foursomes. Pick-ups in high-class bars and seedy nightclubs, restaurants and theatres - even in bathrooms. There's lines everybody knows and some you wish you never knew. Lines that are being trotted out in nightspots all over your city tonight. A virtual encyclopedia about the art of scoring big... and striking out ! - a night on the town will never be the same again. "Love is the drug and I need to score!"" 
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Performance history in South Africa
Die Burger, 31 March 1998.
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