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: Now, I would like to talk about the club's yearly show. I think that we should schedule it for some time next week. Ethel Mertz
: Next week? Marion Strong
: But it's so close to the bazaar. Clubwoman
: Well, it's only three months since we had our last yearly show. Lucy Ricardo
: Yes, I know. Now, if you'll all be quiet, I'll have Caroline tell you the wonderful reason. Caroline? Caroline Appleby
: Well, as you all know, my husband is the manager of a television station, and last night we were talking, and he just happened to mention that there was one half hour of time that they hadn't been able to sell. So I said to him, "Charlie, how about letting our Women's Club put on a show during that half hour?" And he said... well, never mind what he said. Well, anyway, after I talked to him for awhile, he finally agreed that our Club could have the time. Lucy Ricardo
: [chatter of delight and approval from everyone
] Girls, girls, girls, let's be businesslike about this, now. What time did he agree to give us, Caroline? Caroline Appleby
: Uh, next Monday, from twelve to twelve-thirty. Ethel Mertz
: Oh, that's a fine time. That's right in the middle of the day when everybody's home. Caroline Appleby
: Yeah, well, everybody's home all right, but it's not the middle of the day. It's twelve midnight.
: [a foursome playing cards
] It's your lead, Lucy. Lucy Ricardo
: [frustrated, stalling
] I know it. Caroline Appleby
: Play it while you're still young.