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: Why would Florence want to die? Tom Willis
: She probably doesn't, she probably wants to be saved. George Jefferson
: Then she should go to church. Helen Willis
: But if she really wanted to be saved, why didn't she just come out and say so? Tom Willis
: Well, maybe she did, in her own way. She left these clues, a note, a prized possession, I think she was crying out for help. George Jefferson
: Did you ever hear her sing? She needs help.
: Does this mean you're leaving us? Florence Johnston
: Yes. George Jefferson
: Where're you going? Florence Johnston
: I'm going to God's house, Mr. Jefferson. George Jefferson
: Church? She DOES want to be saved. Florence Johnston
: No, not church, God's house in the sky. Louise Jefferson
: Oh Florence! Tom Willis
: But I thought you said you weren't going to jump. Florence Johnston
: I ain't gonna jump, I'm scared of heights. Helen Willis
: But you WERE going to... Florence Johnston
: I got enough pills saved up to do it peacefully and quietly, I'll just take them when I go to bed tonight. Tom Willis
: Do you realize what you're saying? Florence Johnston
: Sure, when I wake up in the morning, I'll be riding that chariot to the land of glory. Louise Jefferson
: We are NOT going to let you do this, Florence.
: I think you're being pretty selfish. Don't you care how your friends will feel if you do this? Florence Johnston
: What friends? All I got is floors to scrub and windows to clean. Helen Willis
: We're you're friends. Florence Johnston
: You're my employers. Louise Jefferson
: We're your friends too, Florence, we care about you. Florence Johnston
: About me? I'm only the maid, and I ain't even a good one at that. George Jefferson
: She's right about that, she's a terrible maid.
: Willis, if I looked as bad as you did, I'd wake myself up! Tom Willis
: Did you say something, Helen? Helen Willis
: No, Tom. George Jefferson
: I DID, YOU BIG HONKY!
: [Tom sits where George is sitting
] Hey what're you doing? You almost squashed me! Helen Willis
: Tom, Tom, remember our diet. Tom Willis
: Did you say something, dear? George Jefferson
: She said you're too fat!
: I know that Tom misses George too. It's been years since anybody's called him honky. George Jefferson
] Honky-honky-honky-honky-HONKY! Tom Willis
: Did someone call me? Helen Willis
: No dear, you must've been dreaming. Tom Willis
: You ever run across a story about a dude who committed a crime say a long time ago, and a RAT, who knows about it, begins to hound him and hound him? Tom Willis
: Well, that sounds like Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. George Jefferson
: Le who? Tom Willis
: Les Misérables by Victor Hugo. George Jefferson
: Oh, how's it go? Tom Willis
: Well the hero, Jean Valjean, was relentlessly pursued by his tormentor. But he finally found his freedom. George Jefferson
: How'd he do that? Tom Willis
: Well the villain killed himself. George Jefferson
: Oh that's good, so the good guy got away and lived happily ever after? Tom Willis
: No, he drowned in a sewer.
: [Helen and Louise are fighting
] Now, now, now! This is no way to break up over crazy George. George Jefferson
: HEY! Who you calling crazy, honky? Tom Willis
] Don't call me honky! George Jefferson
: Huh! Why are you so sensitive all of a sudden? Helen Willis
: He's not the only one! Tom Willis
: How would you feel if I called you nigga? George Jefferson
] Huh! He called me nigga! Helen Willis
: That's no worse than honky! George Jefferson
: You're right. Nothing's worse than a honky except being married to one!
: [to Bentley
] Hey, are you going to pull a rabbit out of your hat? George Jefferson
: That's nothing, Weezy can pull rabbits out of that telescope.
: [looking at Jessica's picture of the family
] This is the most handsome guy so he must be me right? Jessica Jefferson
: No, that's daddy. You're over here, the second most handsome man. Helen Willis
: What's that licorice stick? Jenny Willis Jefferson
: It's either you or me. Helen Willis
: Are we all waiting for a bus? Tom Willis
: No, I *am* the bus!