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: [Leonard shows Mitch his model trains
] This whole area here is called Crabbe Town. We've got a brothel down there above the saloon. And right down there further along I'm thinking of building a French Quarter. I've actually got a bit of French blood. Mitch Cohen
: I would love to see this town in the autumn. I think Crabbeville in autumn would look quite magnificent. I would have made tiny little leaves, oak, poplar, maple, chestnut, and spread them across the town of Crabbeville. Magnificent. Leonard Crabbe
: It's Crabbe Town, not Crabbeville.
: [while eating dinner
] What is it you do, Leonard? For work? Leonard Crabbe
: Oh, for work. I'm in the bladder management industry. I sell catheters. I have my own distribution company, Sure Flo Medical Appliances. You may have heard of it. It's actually named in tribute after my mother, her name was Florence. It's a growth industry, really, because one in three people over 60 either have a flaccid or a spastic bladder, so in a sense, every 13.5 seconds a new incontinent is born, as it were. People like you and I have what they call "leakage problems." They can be running, playing tennis, laughing, sneezing, anything. I mean, the good old constipation, you know. You have impacted fecal mass in your rectum, you find that pushing on your bladder... Mickey Crabbe
: You know, this might make good dessert talk.
: Seeing these long lines of fans who want nothing more than to have you sign an autograph, it's like it's 1968... Or '67... Or '66.
: You know, 35 years ago, preparing for a concert meant playing "find the cobra" with the hotel chambermaid.
: I feel ready for whatever the experience is that we will... take with us after the show. I'm sure it will be... an adventure... a voyage on this... magnificent vessel... into unchartered waters! What if we see sailfish... jumping... and flying across the magnificent orb of a setting sun?
: It's like it's 1968... or 67... or 66... umm... Mickey
: The good years.
: What do you do, Leonard? For work? Leonard Crabbe
: Oh work! I'm in the bladder management industry. I sell catheters. I've started my own distribution company, Sure Flo, you might have heard of it.
: [deleted scene - Mitch practising When I'm next to you
] You know, I'm gonna take this down one fret. I've a feeling it *was* two frets up, I hope. I'm a 36 waist now not a 34.