The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 19

Ralph Kramden, Inc. (4 Feb. 1956)

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Norton buys stock in a fictional company Ralph is considering starting up called Ralph Kramden, Inc. And when Ralph learns that he is going to receive an inheritance, Norton wants his share as well.

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Norton buys stock in a fictional company Ralph is considering starting up called Ralph Kramden, Inc. And when Ralph learns that he is going to receive an inheritance, Norton wants his share as well.

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Ralph Kramden: [to Norton] I'm going to become a corporation. Do you know what a corporation is?
Ed Norton: Yeah, I know what a corporation is. When a person or group of persons duly authorized to sell, distribute shares, become avowed with the intention of the stockholders grouping about together, with those shares, with the intention of selling the shares, comes to an evil interest there.
Ralph Kramden: [pause] How did you know that?
Ed Norton: Ever heard of Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Pierce and Bean?
Ralph Kramden: Yes.
Ed Norton: They got an office right outside a ...
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