A new infection that simply makes people feel happy is treated as a threat by the authorities while its "victims" work to spread it to others.
George Peppard and Mary Tyler Moore were both involved in adaptations of Truman Capote's novella Breakfast At Tiffany's. Peppard appeared in the 1961 film adaptation, and Moore starred in a musical adaptation that reached, but did not open, on Broadway in 1966.
Liz: To what, the traffic?
Pete: Kids laughing.
Liz: You know *why* they're laughing? 'Cause they're not old enough to read the newspaper. You take a look at the front page and then try laughing. The world's a stinking, hopeless mess! Oh, Pete, you're sick.
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