In part two, George Washington goes in front of a judge and is exonerated by telling the truth.
Did You Know?
The plot is almost identical to the visit which Benjamin Franklin paid to the Stephens' residence in Bewitched: Samantha for the Defense
(1966). It ends with both historical figures saying the same line: "although I shall continue to be [George Washington/Benjamin Franklin], for I can be no other, I will not be that untimely gentleman in your gracious [presence/company]." See more
Will you continue to be George Washington?
President George Washington
No man should live beyond his time. Therefore, although I shall continue to be George Washington, for I can be no other, I will not be that untimely gentleman in your gracious presence.
What did he say?
He's leaving town.
[they start to leave
Ah, Mrs. Stevens? If he isn't George Washington, he ought to be.