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Otis B. Driftwood
: That's the fire escape. And, uh... that's a table, and this is a room, and there's the door leading out, and I wish you'd use it, I... I vant to be alone! Henderson
: You'll be alone when I throw you in jail! Otis B. Driftwood
: Isn't there a song like that, Henderson?
: Hey, who were you talking to? Otis B. Driftwood
: I was talking to myself, and there's nothing you can do about it. I've had three of the best doctors in the East.
: You live here all alone? Otis B. Driftwood
: Yes. Just me and my memories. I'm practically a hermit. Henderson
: Oh. A hermit. I notice the table's set for four. Otis B. Driftwood
: That's nothing - my alarm clock is set for eight. That doesn't prove a thing.
: Say! Now, how did those two beds get together? Otis B. Driftwood
: Well, you know how those things are, they breed like rabbits.
: What's a hermit doing with four beds? Otis B. Driftwood
: Well, you see those first three beds? Henderson
: Yes. Otis B. Driftwood
: Last night, I counted five thousand sheep in those three beds, so I had to have another bed to sleep in. You wouldn't want me to sleep with the sheep, would you?
: The last time I was in this room there were four beds here. Otis B. Driftwood
: Please! I'm not interested in your private life, Henderson.
: Am I crazy or are there only two beds in here? Otis B. Driftwood
: Now which question do you want me to answer first, Henderson?
: What is that bed doing there? Otis B. Driftwood
: I don't see it doing anything.