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: Why don't you go back to writing your war play, Mrs. Sycamore? I like that one best. Penny Sycamore
: Really, Rheba? Well maybe I will.
: Grandpa go to the graduation exercises today? Essie Carmichael
: Guess so. Rheba
: I wonder how many people Grandpa's going to bring home for dinner tonight. Essie Carmichael
: I don't know, it all depends if he goes walking in a park. Rheba
: Well let him bring them, I'll be ready for them.
: I ain't done nothin', but I'm sure tired. Rheba
: Yeah you always tired, for once, you was born tired. Here, take this. You just in time enough to set the table. Donald
: I don't see why I gotta do your work just because we engaged.
: There's only one thing worryin' me - has they got Relief up there? Rheba
: Sure they is. They got Relief everywhere, now. Donald
: They do? Well, let's get on up there, then.
: Gee, Mr. Kolenkhov, isn't it exciting? Boris Kolenkhov
: Exciting? With you moving and the Grand Duchess out of a job? Ver do I eat?
: I've got Cynthia just entering the monastery. Rheba
: She was at the Kit Kat Club wasn't she? Penny Sycamore
: Well she gets tired of the Kit Kat Club and there's this monastery so she goes there. Rheba
: Do they let her in? Penny Sycamore
: Yes, I made it Visitor's Day, so of course anybody can come. She comes and she just stays. Rheba
: You mean she stays all night? Penny Sycamore
: Oh yes, she stays six years. Rheba
: Six years? I'll bet she busts that monastery wide open.
: Rheba, I think I'm going to put this play away for a while and go back to the war play. Rheba
: Oh I always liked that one, the war play! A BOOM! A BOOM!