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Bertie: ...But, to answer your question, Elizabeth, I *am* going to eat a hot dog - five hot dogs - TEN!... I'M GOING TO SHOVE THEM IN MY MOUTH, STICK TWO UP MY NOSTRILS, TWO MORE IN MY EARS, AND WALK AROUND SO THAT PEOPLE CAN TAKE PICTURES OF THE KING OF ENGLAND WITH HOT DOGS HANGING OUT OF HIS ORIFICES!

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Daisy: In a time, not so very long ago, when the world still allowed itself secrets, Franklin Roosevelt was mine.

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Daisy: And no more promises were made so none could be broken.

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FDR: We think they see all our flaws. But, that's not what they are looking to find when they look to us.

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Daisy: Back then - this is years ago - I couldn't afford secrets. I just had chores. As a child growing up, we had been rich. And then, well, we weren't. And like most people during the Depression, I now lived each day as it came no longer expecting anything. Waiting. For nothing. And then...

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Bertie: I asked, without mentioning you, about these hot dogs. What's that about. Do you want to know what he said? He said he doesn't get the fuss. They're just a good thing to eat at a picnic. There's no meaning. Nothing more.

Elizabeth: You didn't say I was concerned?

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Elizabeth: Three different women asked me tonight if there'd ever be an American queen. If we'd ever allow it.

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Daisy: [watching FDR and Eleanor, voice over] People said their marriage was troubled and unhappy. That they lived mostly separate lives. But I never saw that. That's not how they seemed when they were together.

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Eleanor: we must remind ourselves that these kings and queens or whatever are no better than us. They are just people.

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Daisy: [voice over] Mary, we all knew, was one of Mother's spies. Mother had her spies, too.

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FDR: Sir, my mother does not approve of cocktails. And thinks you might rather have a cup of tea?

Bertie: My mother would have said the same thing. Actually, I prefer a cocktail.

FDR: A man after my own heart.

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Bertie: [after a tray with a stack of plates collapses with a big crash] I suppose an angel just passed, a very clumsy one.

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Bertie: They didn't want me as their king.

FDR: I didn't know they voted for that in England.

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Bertie: Don't ever compare me to my brother again!

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Daisy: [after the king eats a hot dog, voice over] And like that, we felt America and England were back on the road to being *very* good friends. At least, I'm told that's how some people took it.

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