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: Mighty nice little town, Albany. They've got the state capitol there, you know.
: [Concerning Walter
] I like him; he's got a lot of charm. Hildy Johnson
: Well he comes by it naturally his grandfather was a snake.
: [Speaking of Walter
] You know, Hildy, he's not such a bad fellow. Hildy Johnson
: No, he should make some girl real happy. Bruce Baldwin
: Uh-huh. Hildy Johnson
: [Under her breath
] Slap-happy. Bruce Baldwin
: He's not the man for you. I can see that. But I sort of like him. He's got a lot of charm. Hildy Johnson
: Well, he comes by it naturally - his grandfather was a snake.
: Bruce, I, uh... let me get this straight. I must have misunderstood you. You mean you're taking the sleeper today and then getting married tomorrow? Bruce Baldwin
: Oh, well, it's not like that. Walter Burns
: Well, what's it like? Hildy Johnson
: Poor Walter. He'll toss and turn all night. Perhaps we better tell him Mother's coming along, too. Walter Burns
: [to Hildy
] Mother? Why, your mother kicked the bucket! Bruce Baldwin
: No, my mother, my mother. Walter Burns
: Oh, your mother. Oh, well, that relieves my mind. Hildy Johnson
: [to Walter
] It was cruel of us to let you suffer that way.
] Hildy Johnson
: Isn't Walter sweet? Always wanting to protect me.