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: Yes, quit. Quit, apologize, and renounce forever the character of Psycho Dad. If this is the kind of following that I inspire, then I'm afraid I must stop leading. However, since the network's offering me big bucks, be sure to watch me in my new show: "Lefkowitz: Special Education Teacher's Aid". Thank you. And to you, Al: goodbye, and, uh, get help. Ike
: I can't believe Psycho Dad would sell us out. Al
: That's not Psycho Dad talking. He doesn't use words like "character" or "education" or "Lefkowitz". He's been brainwashed by people like Marcy and her do-gooders. Well, we've got to think of something. Griff
: Use the power of our giant manly brains? Al
: No, that'll take too long.
: [Reading Al's letter
] "I like you. I really, really like you. No, not in that way. So please don't let them take you off, I beg you, fight this thing like you would fight a varmit or an ex-wife. Your friend, Al; P.S. What does Barbara Eden look like naked?" Jefferson
: Barbara Eden? Bob Rooney
: She's 1,000. Al
: I didn't mean now.
: [Al had sent in a letter he made by cutting out letters of words in magazines
] I'd like to read this letter to you now. "Dear Psycho Dad," spelled S-Y-K-O. Al
: You try and find P's and H's in USA Today.
: Sure the cancellation was a shock. I felt heart, I've been rejected, I thought, "Well, nobody cares anymore about a simple saga of a guy run amuck in the old west." Al
: The man's a freaking poet.
: This letter arrived today. Al
: Maybe that's my letter. Psycho Dad
: It came "Postage Due". Al
: It is my letter.