Elka and Penny in the Car Together Part Two

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Elka (Betty White) gives Penny (Carol Burnett) some advice.

- HOT IN CLEVELANDIS RECORDED

IN FRONTOF A LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE.

- WHAT A TREMENDOUS HONOR.

WELL, OF COURSEI'LL BE THERE.

[gasps]

I HAVEA MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT.

MY SISTER BESS JUST TOLD MECANOGA FALLS

IS NAMING THE TOWN SQUAREAFTER ME.

- WOW, THAT'S GREAT.- CONGRATULATIONS.

- DID CANOGA FALLSLOSE A BET OR SOMETHING?

- NO.

IT IS MY HOMETOWNIN UPSTATE NEW YORK.

- [gasps]

- AN IDYLLICLITTLE HAMLET

WHERE THE KIDS PLAYIN THE STREET

AND THE GROCER CALLSALL THE CUSTOMERS BY NAME.

- CAN I COMETO THE CEREMONY?

- PLEASE.

OTHERWISE, I WON'T KNOWA SOUL THERE.

- I WANNA COME TOO.ALEC'S OUT OF TOWN.

AND I'VE ALREADY SNOOPEDTHROUGH ALL HIS STUFF--

GONE THROUGH THE BROWSINGHISTORY ON ALL HIS COMPUTERS.

FOUND HIS PORN STASH.NOTHING FREAKY.

NO, JUST THE NORMAL STUFF.

LITTLE HEAVY ON THE THREESOMESFOR MY TASTE.

BUT I DELETED IT ALL,SO MY WEEKEND'S FREE.

- WE ALSO WOULD'VE ACCEPTED,"ALEC'S OUT OF TOWN."

- WHEN WAS THE LAST TIMEYOU VISITED YOUR MOTHER?

- OH, I TRY TO VISITEVERY YEAR.

I'VE FAILEDFOR THE LAST 12.

- ARE YOU COMING, ELKA?

- GO TO NEW YORKTO SEE A SHOW?

I WOULDN'T MISS ITFOR THE WORLD.

- NOBODY SAID ANYTHINGABOUT A SHOW.

- VICTORIA'S FAMILY?IT'S GOTTA BE A SHOW.

- WELL, YOU'RE NOTENTIRELY WRONG,

AND MY MOTHER WAS A BITOF A LOCAL CELEBRITY.

SHE HAD A TELEVISION SHOWCALLED MISS PENNY'S PUPPETS.

- OH, THAT SOUNDS FUN.

- MY MOM TREATED THOSE PUPPETSLIKE THEY WERE REAL.

GLAMOURPUSS THE BIRDAND BUDGE THE BEE

DELIVERED ALL THE DIFFICULT NEWSIN OUR FAMILY.

THEY TOLD ME WHEN MY MOM AND DADWERE GETTING DIVORCED.

THEY TAUGHT MEABOUT SEX.

- WAIT, SO YOU LITERALLY LEARNEDABOUT THE BIRDS AND THE BEES

FROM A BIRDAND A BEE?

- AND YOUR SISTERSTILL LIVES THERE?

- YEAH, BESS NEVER LEFTCANOGA FALLS.

SHE NEVER MARRIED.SHE NEVER DID MUCH.

NO, SHE MOSTLY HANGS OUTWITH MY MOM.

- MM.THERE'S A SAD PICTURE.

AN UNMARRIED,MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN

HANGING OUTWITH AN OLDER WOMAN ALL DAY.

GO ON.

- WELL, THIS ISGONNA BE WONDERFUL

FOR MY MOM TO SEE MEBEING HONORED.

YOU KNOW, BECAUSE WE WERE BOTHIN SHOW BUSINESS,

I'VE ALWAYS BEENHER FAVORITE.

- HOW'D YOUR SISTERFEEL ABOUT THAT?

- HUH, WELL, I NEVERREALLY THOUGHT ABOUT IT.

BUT I'M SUREIT WAS EXCITING FOR HER.

[laughs]

- THIS IS GONNA BEA GOOD SHOW.

[upbeat music]

- ♪ BA, BA, BA, BA

♪ BA, BA, BA, BA

♪ HEY

- YOU KNOW, THERE'S SOMETHINGDIFFERENT ABOUT YOU, BESS.

I GUESS THAT YOU MUST BEVERY EXCITED ABOUT THEM

DEDICATING OUR BEAUTIFUL,BELOVED TOWN SQUARE TO ME.

- YEAH, ABOUT THAT.

UH, I MADETHE WHOLE THING UP.

- WHAT?

- I BROUGHT YOU HERE'CAUSE OF MOM.

- SHE'S GETTINGA LITTLE WACKY LATELY.

- WHAT DO YOU MEAN "GETTING WACKY?"

OUR FAMILY PORTRAITHAD SOCK PUPPETS IN IT.

- IT'S NOT JUSTTHE PUPPETS ANYMORE.

SHE'S STARTINGTO FORGET STUFF.

SHE WON'T THROWANYTHING OUT.

I NEED YOUR HELP.

- BESS, YOU'RE SO MUCH BETTERAT HANDLING MOM THAN I AM.

- OH, NO, NO, I'M NOT FALLINGFOR THAT ANYMORE.

SHE USED TO GET OUTOF CLEANING THE KITCHEN

BY SAYING, "YOU ARE THE MOSTAMAZING DISHWASHER."

- SHE DOES THE SAME THINGTO ME.

- OH...

AND YOU ARE BOTHINCREDIBLE DISHWASHERS.

- WELL, I AM TIRED OF BEINGTHE RESPONSIBLE ONE.

IT'S YOUR TURN.- THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS.

HOW COULD YOU TRICK MEINTO DOING SOMETHING LIKE THIS?

- WOULD YOU HAVE COMEIF I HAD SAID,

"IT'S YOUR TURNTO TAKE CARE OF MOM?"

- OF COURSE...

IS WHAT I'D LIKETO SAY.

- THERE'S YOUR ANSWER.

- I LIKE THIS ONE.

- WOW.

- OH, MY GOD.

- I WON'T HAVE TO WATCH HOARDERS THIS WEEK.

- LOOK AT ALLTHESE OLD MAGAZINES.

"PREPARING FOR Y2K:

WHAT YOU NEED TO DORIGHT NOW."

"MEL GIBSON: DOES HE EVER MAKEA WRONG MOVE?"

- HEY, MA!

VICTORIA IS HERE.

- [squeaky voice]HI, Y'ALL!

I'M NOT MOM.

I AM GLAMOURPUSS.

WHY DON'T Y'ALLWAIT RIGHT THERE

WHILE I GO FETCHMISS PENNY.

OH, MISS PENNY!

OH, MISS PENNY!

I'M RIGHT HERE.

- HI, MOM.

- VICTORIA?

OH, VICTORIA.

OH, WHAT A WONDERFUL SURPRISE.

OH, LET MELOOK AT YOU.

YOU LOOKABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL.

OH, MAYBE SHE OUGHT TO GIVEHER SISTER SOME BEAUTY TIPS.

SO IS THISYOUR ENTOURAGE?

- YES, YES.THAT'S JOY, ELKA, AND MELANIE.

- HELLO.- OH, MY GOD, THAT HAND.

IT'S GIGANTIC.

I WOULDN'T WANT THAT SUCKERINSIDE OF ME.

- HIDE YOUR HAND.YOU'RE SCARING THE PUPPET.

- I HAVE A PUPPETIN MY BEDROOM

YOU JUST HAVETO TRY ON.

- I DON'T KNOWWHAT YOU'RE WORRIED ABOUT.

I MEAN, YEAH, THE PLACEIS A LITTLE CLUTTERED,

BUT MOM IS FINE.

- VICTORIA!

WHEN DIDYOU GET HERE?

IT'S A WONDERFUL SURPRISE.

OH, AND THISYOUR ENTOURAGE?

- WELL, THE GOOD NEWS IS

SHE'LL PROBABLY FORGETABOUT YOUR HANDS.

- WOW, VICTORIA,YOUR ROOM IS

LIKE A TIME CAPSULEFROM 30 YEARS AGO.

- YES.

LIKE ME,IT HAS NOT AGED.

- THIS TRIP CERTAINLY WASN'TWHAT YOU EXPECTED.

WHAT AREYOU GONNA DO?

- WELL, I SUPPOSEI COULD CALL THE MAYOR

AND SEE ABOUT RENAMINGTHE TOWN SQUARE.

- I MEANTABOUT YOUR MOTHER.

YOUR SISTERIS OBVIOUSLY CONCERNED.

- BESS WORRIES TOO MUCH.

I MEAN, SURE, MAYBE MY MOTHER'SGETTING A LITTLE FORGETFUL

AND STARTINGTO COLLECT THINGS, BUT BIG DEAL.

A COUPLE OF TRIPSTO THE GOODWILL

AND THE DUMP,AND EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE.

AND, MELANIE, YOU AREAN AWESOME ORGANIZER.

- I AM, AREN'T I?

I'LL HELP.- GREAT.

ELKA?- SURE.

I'M 91.I'LL MOVE THE PIANO.

- NO.YOU SPEAK OLD.

NOW, I NEED YOU TO TRYTO CONVINCE MY MOTHER

THAT SHE DOESN'T NEEDALL THAT STUFF.

- SAID ONE OF THE WOMANWITH A GUEST ROOM FULL OF SHOES.

- ALL RIGHT,FOR YOUR INFORMATION,

THAT ROOM IS CALLEDA "SHOE-SEUM."

- AND HER MOTHER'STHE CRAZY ONE.

- OH!MYSTERY DATE GAME!

BITCHIN'!

I HAVEN'T PLAYED THISIN FOREVER,

PROBABLY ABOUT THE LAST TIMEI SAID "BITCHIN'."

- LOOK AT ALLTHESE OLD CLOTHES.

MACRAME VESTS,GO-GO BOOTS,

TUBE TOPS.

- OH.TUBE TOPS.

YEAH, I HAD A BACK BRACEAND "BACKNE" IN HIGH SCHOOL.

SO, YOU KNOW...

- YOU COULDN'T WEARTUBE TOPS?

- NO, NOT COULDN'T.SHOULDN'T HAVE.

FIRST YEARBOOK PHOTOTO BE REJECTED.

"TOO DISTURBING."

- YOU CAN'T THROW OUTALL MY TREASURES.

- ALL RIGHT, WE CAN'T AFFORDTO BE SENTIMENTAL.

IF YOU WANNA GET RIDOF STUFF,

YOU HAVETO GET BRUTAL,

INCLUDING THIS THING.

- OH, NO.NO, NO, NO, NO.

THOSE AREYOUR FATHER'S ASHES.

- DAD DIED?

- NO, THOSE AREHIS CIGAR ASHES.

WHEN HE LEFT,I EMPTIED ALL HIS ASHTRAYS,

AND THE SMELLREMINDS ME OF HIM.

- NOW, THIS IS EXACTLYWHAT I WAS TALKING ABOUT.

OH, DADDY.

- [sniffs]OH, YOU'RE RIGHT.

IT'S LIKE HE'S RIGHT HERECOMPLAINING ABOUT THE CANADIANS.

"WE'RE GUARDINGTHE WRONG BORDER!"

- WELL, THIS HIDEOUS THINGCOULD GO.

[laughs]

THIS LOOKS LIKE SOMETHINGTHAT YOU'D REGIFT

TO SOMEONEYOU DON'T LIKE.

- YOU GAVE IT TO ME.

- AND YOU GAVE ITTO ME.

- LET'S GO GETSOME GARBAGE B--UH--

TREASURE BAGS.

[door closes]- [sighs]

- WHAT?

- I KNOW CRAZY.

I LIVE WITH CRAZY.

AND YOU'RE NOT CRAZY.WHAT'S THE SCAM?

- [sighs]

OKAY.

I FIGUREDTHAT IF I COULD TRICK BESS

INTO THINKINGI WAS CRAZY,

SHE COULD TRICK VICTORIAINTO COMING TO VISIT.

AND IT WORKED.

- WELL, NOW, SHE'S HERE.NOW WHAT?

- I HAVEN'TTHOUGHT THAT THROUGH.

- YOU REALLY AREVICTORIA'S MOTHER.

- WELL, NOW, I'VE GOTTAFIGURE OUT A WAY

TO GET HER TO STAY MORETHAN JUST ONE NIGHT.

[sighs]

CAN I TRUST YOUWITH MY SECRET?

- ABSOLUTELY.

IN FACT, I THINKWE SHOULD HAVE SOME FUN.

- WHAT?- DIAL UP THE CRAZY.

[laughs]

- OH, NO.I GOT THE DUD.

- THE DUDIS THE CUTEST ONE.

I ALWAYS WANTED HIM.I KNEW I COULD FIX HIM.

OH, DEAR.THAT WAS REVEALING.

both: ♪ BUFFALO GIRLS,WON'T YOU COME OUT TONIGHT ♪

- IS THAT SINGING?

both: ♪ BUFFALO GIRLS,WON'T YOU COME OUT TONIGHT ♪

♪ AND DANCEBY THE LIGHT ♪

♪ OF THE MOON

- OH, GIRLS!ELKA IS ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL.

OH, ELKA,WOULD YOU BE ON MY TV SHOW?

- OH, I'D BE DELIGHTED.

- AW, MOM, THEY STOPPED SHOOTINGYOUR SHOW 20 YEARS AGO.

- OH, WILL YOU STOP IT?

YOU SOUND JUST LIKETHAT SECURITY GUARD

OVER IN CHANNEL FOUR.

OH, LOOK.

IT'S JOHN LENNONAND YOKO ONO.

- OKAY, SO MAYBE WE HAVEA LITTLE PROBLEM.

AH, BESS IS RIGHT.

IT'S NOT JUSTTHE MESSY HOUSE.

MOM'S MIND IS GOING,AND SHE NEEDS HELP.

IT'S JUST--I'M NOT GOOD AT THIS.

- IT'S HARD.

I MEAN, WE'RE AT AN AGE WHEREOUR PARENTS NEED TO BE PARENTED.

- I JUST THANKMY LUCKY STARS

MY MOTHER STILL SMOKESLIKE A CHIMNEY.

HER LUNGS WILL GOLONG BEFORE HER BRAIN DOES.

- WELL, MY PARENTS SIGNED UPFOR ASSISTED LIVING.

- ASSISTED LIVING?

WHAT, THEY AGREEDTO BE HOOKED UP TO MACHINES

FOR THE RESTOF THEIR LIVES?

- NOT LIFE SUPPORT.ASSISTED LIVING.

THEY'RE FANCYRETIREMENT COMMUNITIES.

- SO YOU'RE SAYING JUST THROWMONEY AT THE PROBLEM?

- I WOULD NEVER DO THAT--- NO, NO, I LOVE IT.

PROBLEM SOLVED.

- UH, ELKA'S GOINGTO THE LIQUOR STORE.

SHE SAYS THIS HOUSE IS"CRIMINALLY UNDER-VODKA'D."

AND DO YOU GUYSNEED ANYTHING?

- NO, NO THANKS.

BESS, I'M READYTO TALK ABOUT MOM.

- OH, WE'LL GIVE YOUYOUR PRIVACY.

HEY, CAN WE TAKETHE EASY BAKE OVEN?

- OH, YOU DO KNOW THERE'SA REAL OVEN IN THE KITCHEN?

- YEAH, BUT IF IT DOESN'THAVE A LIGHT BULB IN IT,

WE DON'T KNOWHOW TO MAKE IT WORK.

- [sighs]

I'VE SOLVED IT.

OKAY.

I'M GONNA SET MOM UP

IN ASSISTED LIVINGHERE IN CANOGA FALLS.

AND--AND I'LL PAYFOR EVERYTHING.

AND, THAT WAY, YOU CAN STILLLOOK IN ON HER EVERY DAY,

BUT YOU DON'T HAVE TO DEALWITH ALL THE HOARDING.

AND IT'S A WIN-WIN.

- NO, UH,THAT'S A GREAT IDEA.

UM, THERE'S JUSTONE LITTLE HICCUP.

I WON'T ACTUALLYBE HERE.

UM, DO YOU REMEMBER CUTEHANK DAWSON FROM HIGH SCHOOL?

- THE GUYWITH THE LAZY EYE?

- WELL, YEAH,HE GOT THAT FIXED.

BUT, UM, YEAH, WE FOUNDEACH OTHER ON THE INTERNET,

AND WE--WE REALLY HIT IT OFF.

- OH, WELL, GREAT!

SO NOW, YOU CAN SPENDMORE TIME WITH HIM.

- WELL, YEAH, THAT'S THE PLAN,BUT HE'S IN ARIZONA.

SO WE'RE GONNA BUYA WINNEBAGO,

AND WE'RE GONNA MOTOR-HOMEALL OVER THE COUNTRY.

- WAIT, WAIT,WAIT, WAIT, WAIT.

SO YOU'REQUITTING EVERYTHING

TO GO TRAVELWITH SOME CROSS-EYED MAN?

WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL METHAT YOU WERE DOING SOMETHING

SO DESPERATEAND RIDICULOUS?

- GEE, MAYBE I THOUGHTYOU'D SAY SOMETHING SNIDE.

- OH, PLEASE.

NOW, I HAVE NEVERBEEN ANYTHING

BUT A SUPPORTIVE,LOVING SISTER TO YOU,

A CHIC, SOPHISTICATED ROLE MODELFOR YOU TO LOOK UP TO.

- YOU KNOW, VICTORIA,YOU KNOW,

I FINALLY HAVE A CHANCETO GET OUT OF THIS HOUSE,

AND GET OUTOF THIS TOWN,

AND DO SOMETHING FUNWITH MY LIFE.

- OKAY, I-I-I UNDERSTAND THAT.

BUT THERE'S NO ONETO TAKE YOUR PLACE.

I-I DON'T KNOW HOW TO BETHE RESPONSIBLE ONE.

IT WOULD--IT WOULD BELIKE SWITCHING ROLES

HALFWAY THROUGH A PLAY.

- NOT EVERYBODY'SIN YOUR PLAY.

I'M IN MY OWN PLAY,

AND I WANT ITTO HAVE A HAPPY ENDING.

- HEY, GIRLS!WHAT'S THE BUZZ?

- OH, GOD.FORGOT ABOUT THE PUPPET DOOR.

IT'S THE REASONI NEVER HAD BOYS OVER.

- BEST BIRTH CONTROL EVER.

- HI.

SO WHAT ARE YOU TWOTALKING ABOUT?

- OH, WE'RE JUST TALKINGABOUT BESS AND HANK DAWSON.

- "LAZY EYE" DAWSON?

[chuckles]WHAT ABOUT HIM?

- WELL, YOU KNOW,WE'VE--WE--WE'VE RECONNECTED.

AND WE'RE--WE'RE GONNA GET A WINNEBAGO,

AND WE'RE GONNA TRAVELALL OVER THE COUNTRY.

AND THEN, I'M GONNA GOTO ARIZONA

AND LIVE WITH HIM.

- WHAT?

YOU LIVE WITH ME.

- I KNOW, MOM.- NO, NO, NO.

YOU CAN'TLEAVE ME, BESS.

I-I-I'D BE LOSTWITHOUT YOU.

I NEED YOU.

- YOU DO, DON'T YOU?

I GUESS I COULD--I COULD TALK TO HANK--

- MOM, NO.

UM, BESS NEEDSTO GO.

AND BESIDES, IT'S--IT'S MY TURNTO SPEND TIME WITH YOU.

SO YOU'RE GONNA COMETO CLEVELAND.

AND I AM GONNASET YOU UP

IN THE BEST ASSISTED LIVINGI CAN FIND.

OH, IT'S GONNABE GREAT.

SO WHAT DO YOU SAY, MOM?HUH?

- SO SHE AGREED TO MOVETO CLEVELAND?

- YES, AND I FEELREALLY GOOD ABOUT IT.

AND YOU KNOW WHY?

'CAUSE MY BEST FRIENDIS ONE OF THE BEST

ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY FINDERSTHERE IS.

- I DID DO REALLY WELLWITH MY PARENTS, DIDN'T I?

HEY.

I KNOWWHAT YOU'RE UP TO.

- MM, WHAT SMELLSSO GOOD?

- MM, IT'S EASY BAKE CAKE.

WHEN I WAS A KID, I WANTEDTHAT CAKE AT MY WEDDING

TO BOBBY SHERMAN.

- MM.

- FOR ME,IT WAS ROD STEWART.

I WAS SO MADI WAS TOO YOUNG FOR HIM.

NOW, I'M TOO OLDFOR HIM.

[laughter]

- HEY, TORI.

I JUST WANNA THANK YOUFOR WHAT YOU JUST DID.

- HEY, WE BOTH KNOWI WAS LONG OVERDUE

TO HELP TAKE CAREOF MOM.

AND DON'T YOU WORRY.

I WILL TAKEEXCELLENT CARE OF HER.

- WHERE IS SHE?

- HUH, I THOUGHTSHE WAS WITH YOU.

- I WENT TOO FAR!

THEY'RE GONNA SHOVE MEIN A HOME!

- THEY WANNA DRAG MEOUT OF MY HOUSE,

AND DUMP ME IN AN OLD FOLKS'HOME IN CLEVELAND.

- I TOLD YOU YOU WERE PLAYINGWITH FIRE.

- YOU TOLD METO DIAL UP THE CRAZY.

- IN MY DEFENSE,THAT CAN MEAN ANYTHING.

- NOW WHAT AM I SUPPOSEDTO DO?

I MEAN, I LOVE VICTORIA.SHE'S MY LIGHT.

BUT BESS...BESS IS MY ROCK.

- YOU HAVETO LET BESS GO.

MAYBE YOU SHOULD LET VICTORIABE THE ROCK FOR A CHANGE.

[both laugh]

I TRIED TO KEEPA STRAIGHT FACE.

I REALLY DID.

- I MEAN,WHAT IS THIS ABOUT?

ME MOVING TO CLEVELANDAT MY AGE.

- WHY NOT?

WHAT ARE YOU, 80?- NOT YET.

- YOU'RE A KID.

TELL VICTORIA YOU WANT A CONDOWITH A LAKE VIEW.

- WELL, THAT MIGHTBE OKAY.

ONE QUESTION, THOUGH.

HOW'S THE PUPPET SCENEIN CLEVELAND?

- I'M PROUD TO SAYI HAVE NO IDEA.

- I'LL TELL YOUWHAT CRAZY IS:

PRETENDING TO BE CRAZYFOR MONTHS

JUST TO GET VICTORIATO VISIT.

WHY DIDN'TYOU JUST ASK HER?

- I HAVE BEEN ASKING HERFOR 12 YEARS.

- NOW, NOW, CAN'T WE JUST STOPWITH THE LIES?

I'M 42 YEARS OLD.I THINK I CAN HANDLE THE TRUTH.

- UM...[clears throat]

ACTUALLY, THE TRUTH ISBESS IS MOVING ON,

AND I SHOULD TOO,SO LOOK OUT, CLEVELAND.

HERE I COME.- OH, MOM, THAT IS GREAT.

- YAY!HAPPY FAMILY.

LET'S HAVE TINY CAKE.

- OOH.WHAT FLAVOR IS IT?

- HEY, THE FLAVOR IS"FAR-OUT VANILLA."

OH, MY GOD.LOOK AT THIS.

"BEST BEFORE 1986."

- SO WERE YOU.

- ELKA, I MAYBE WRONG,

BUT AREN'T THOSE GUYS OVER THERECHECKING US OUT?

- YOU'RE NOTIN CANOGA FALLS ANYMORE.

THINGS MOVE A LITTLE FASTERIN THE BIG CITY.

- OH.

NOT THAT FAST.

- NICK, WHAT AREYOU DOING?

- OH, I, UM--I JUST WANTED TO COME OVER

AND SAY "HELLO"TO YOUR FRIEND...

[chuckles]

BUT I LOSTMY COURAGE.

- [laughs]

THIS ISMY FRIEND PENNY.

- UH-UH.- PENNY, THIS IS NICK.

- HELLO, NICK.NICK, HAVE A SEAT.

- OH, THANK YOU.

- PENNY'S MOVINGTO CLEVELAND.

- OHH...GREAT.

- SHE MIGHT NEED SOMEONETO SHOW HER THE SIGHTS.

- OH, YEAH.SURE. GO-GOSH.

YOU WOULD NEED A LOT OF...[stammers]

OH, YOU MEAN ME?

UH-HUH?OH, YEAH.

I CAN DO THAT.

- BUT, YOU KNOW, IF WE'RE GOINGTO BE WALKING,

I DON'T THINK WE'LL GET TO SEEALL THE SIGHTS, BUT...

- [laughs]

- UH, WELL, YEAH, I-I'D LIKE YOUTO SHOW ME AROUND.

- WELL, I'VE GOT THINGSTO DO.

WHY DON'T YOU TWOGET ACQUAINTED?

- OH, ELKA.

I AM SO GLADWE HAD THIS TIME TOGETHER.

- ME TOO.[both chuckle]

- YOU REMIND MEOF SOMEONE.

- UH-HUH.

YOU WANNA MAKE OUT?

- AS LONGAS YOU'RE SLOW.

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