The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 15

A Matter of Record (7 Jan. 1956)

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Ralph throws Alice's mother out of the apartment, but Alice soon walks out on him, too. In a last ditch effort to save their marriage, Ralph cuts a record to apologize to Alice - and also, reluctantly, to her mother.

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Ralph throws Alice's mother out of the apartment, but Alice soon walks out on him, too. In a last ditch effort to save their marriage, Ralph cuts a record to apologize to Alice - and also, reluctantly, to her mother.

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Alice's Mother's address is; Gibson, 33 Kosciuszko Street, Brooklyn, NY. See more »

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Alice tells Ralph that the last time he told her that he would take her to a Broadway show was on Thursday, August 5, 1942. However, that date was a Wednesday. See more »

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Ralph: [speaking to a recorder an apology to Alice] Hello, Alice. This is me, Ralph. Alice, I'm sorry. I'm miserable without ya. Please come back to me, Alice. I apologize for everything I've said. I even apologize to your mother. I know she doesn't mean the things she says, Alice, it's just her nature. She doesn't mean to be mean, she's just born that way. When she says things about your old boyfriends and about the furniture in the apartment, I know that she doesn't mean to get me mad. She's just ...
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