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Twilight Zone - Episode 124 - A Kind of a Stopwatch

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    You unlock this door
    with the key of imagination.
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    Beyond it is another dimension-
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    a dimension of sound...
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    a dimension of sight...
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    a dimension of mind.
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    You're moving into a land
    of both shadow and substance,
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    of things and ideas.
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    You've just crossed over
    into the twilight zone.
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    You think about that now.
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    You cannot run a business
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    by standing still in a rut.
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    A business has got move
    A business has got progress.
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    You got to keep pushing
    and punching and prodding
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    until it gets diversified.
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    That's the word,
    that's the key.
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    Coffee time.
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    A business must be diversified.
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    I was just telling them, fred.
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    You cannot run a business
    by standing still in a rut.
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    Just as variety
    is the spice of life,
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    diversification is the key
    to success in business.
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    Now, you think about that now.
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    Well, i got
    coffee with cream,
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    cream and sugar,
    sugar by itself,
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    cream by itself
    and plain black,
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    so i'm already diversified.
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    Now would you please
    get out of the way, mcnulty?
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    Mcnulty.
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    Mcnulty here.
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    Mr. Cooper would like
    to see you.
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    Hear that?
    Did you hear that?
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    Mr. Cooper would like
    to see mcnulty.
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    And do you know why mr. Cooper
    would like to see mcnulty?
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    Because i have
    been feeding suggestions
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    into that suggestion box
    for 11 months now.
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    Did i say suggestions?
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    Wrong word.
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    Suggestions,
    any clod can make.
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    But dynamic blueprints
    for the future,
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    only mcnulty can make them.
    you think about that now
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    He's waiting, mcnulty.
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    11 months of suggestions
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    about to pay off.
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    Say, you wouldn't
    be interested
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    in having dinner,
    would you?
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    If i was starving to death
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    and you were the
    last man on earth
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    and it meant my survival,
    i might be,
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    but i'm not, you're not,
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    and it doesn't,
    so drift, mcnulty.
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    Submitted for your approval
    or at least your analysis:
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    One patrick thomas mcnulty,
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    who at age 41
    is the biggest bore on earth.
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    He holds a ten-year record
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    for the most meaningless words
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    spewed out
    during a coffee break.
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    And it's very likely that,
    as of this moment,
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    he would have gone through life
    in precisely this manner,
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    a dull, argumentative bigmouth
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    who sets back the art of
    conversation a thousand years.
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    I say he very likely would have,
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    except for something
    that will soon happen to him,
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    something that will considerably
    alter his existence... and ours.
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    Now, you think about that now,
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    because this is
    the twilight zone.
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    Mr. Mcnulty, do you know
    what i've been doing?
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    Yes, sir, mr. Cooper,
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    you've been going through
    the suggestion box.
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    I knew you would.
    I've been expecting it.
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    It takes a special
    kind of employer to realize
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    that one of his men
    has got it.
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    Obviously mcnulty has got it.
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    Truer words, mr. Mcnulty,
    have probably
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    never been spoken
    here or elsewhere.
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    Thank you, sir.
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    Yes, i've just gone
    through the residue
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    of the suggestion box
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    covering the past
    three-month period.
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    And here is one of your
    suggestions
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    dated march 13th.
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    "Make hot dogs flat
    so that they can
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    fit easily into
    a hamburger bun."
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    How about that?
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    You think about that now.
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    "Make tin cans square
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    "so they can be stacked together
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    more easily in garbage cans."
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    Isn't that a gas?
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    "Put small pontoons
    in soldiers' field packs
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    "so that when
    they cross rivers
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    they can get across
    by themselves."
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    That one is worth a million bucks.
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    The soldiers go into the water...
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    mr. Mcnulty, cooper
    corporation makes
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    ladies foundation garments.
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    It doesn't have anything to do
    with hamburgers, hot dogs,
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    tin cans or
    national defense.
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    And not one of
    your 340 suggestions-
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    i repeat, not one of them-
    has anything remotely to do
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    with this company's product.
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    Exactly why i want
    to talk to you, mr. Cooper.
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    The key to a successful, modern
    business is diversification.
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    You think about that now.
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    I have thought about it-
    you're fired!
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    Baseball?
    Baseball is nothing.
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    Soccer is the fastest
    sport in the world.
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    In baseball,
    they change sides,
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    back and forth,
    inning after inning.
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    The whole first period in
    soccer, they run, run, run.
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    England, france, spain,
    south america.
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    Soccer is the fastest sport
    in the world.
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    You think about that now.
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    Hey, joe,
    you know those swinging doors
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    they got in western saloons-
    why don't you put them in here
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    and then you can call this
    palucci's western saloon.
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    How about that?
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    Yeah, how about that?
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    I'll have it done first thing
    in the morning.
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    Great! When i come in
    i can think, "i did this."
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    How about that now?
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    Please,
    the ball game.
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    Home-run hitters
    mean nothing.
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    Come on, fella.
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    We're trying to watch.
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    As to the average
    long-ball hitter
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    compared to a
    consistent clutch hitter
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    with a good average,
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    i'll take the latter
    every time.
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    Well, that's very nice of you.
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    Well, it's a fact.
    It's an absolute fact.
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    Oh, boy, here we go again.
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    At no time has
    a home-run hitter
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    led the league in batting.
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    Yeah?
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    Ted williams won
    the batting championship
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    and led the league in home runs
    in 1941, '42 and '47.
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    Exception to the rule.
    Think about that.
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    The exception to the rule.
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    You know something.
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    There's a ten-inch
    television set
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    in my sister's apartment,
    kind that dates back to 1948.
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    She's got five kids.
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    The apartment's
    a six-floor walkup,
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    and it's boiling hot.
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    But i'll tell you-
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    there's one thing that
    apartment don't have
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    that makes it all worthwhile.
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    It don't have mcnulty.
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    -Charlie, charlie, wait.
    -Forget it, joe.
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    Shut it off.
    Blabbermouth-i can't take it.
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    Ah, you think about.
    Hear what i said?
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    The exception to the rule.
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    The exception to the rule.
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    Let me ask you
    something, mcnulty.
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    How come you're
    in here so early tonight?
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    You've been there for
    three and a half hours.
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    It so happens i quit my job.
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    I went into cooper's office
    and i read him off.
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    Don't tell me.Don't tell me.
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    You got canned.
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    Well, in a manner
    of speaking.
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    You might say... yeah.
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    We mutually agreed
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    i wouldn't work
    there anymore.
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    Joe, tell me something.
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    Wouldn't you think
    that after one year
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    of putting ideas
    in that suggestion box,
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    after one whole year,
    that i'd get noticed?
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    Let me tell you something.
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    Getting noticed
    and getting liked
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    are two different things.
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    What do you know?
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    Nothing, mcnulty.
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    Not a thing.
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    Good night, joe.
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    Wait a minute.
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    All i know is
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    that every night of
    every week of every month,
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    except election day,
    you come in here
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    drive everybody
    out of their skull
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    walking on your lower lip.
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    Now, you think about that.
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    Will you think about that?
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    What do you say?
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    I say...
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    "54, 40 or fight."
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    I also say "damn the torpedoes,
    full speed ahead!"
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    And on occasion, i will say,
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    "it takes a heap of living
    to make a house a home."
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    Want another beer?
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    Thank you very much.
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    I would appreciate another.
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    Two more beers, bartender.
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    Two beers, big deal.
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    What's your name?
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    Potts.
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    That's not a bad name.
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    I was born with it.
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    Seems to me there
    was a third baseman
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    who used to play for
    the phillies named potts.
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    Lou potts? Phil potts?
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    It couldn't be botts?
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    No, it's potts.
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    Two beers.
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    You paying for this, mcnulty?
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    Because this guy just
    gave me his last dime.
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    This guy is my
    friend, mr. Botts.
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    Potts!
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    And i'd appreciate
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    a little respect from you.
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    I bet you would.
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    You getting respect from me
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    is about as easy as
    flagging down a cab
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    on 46th and broadway
    at 8:00 on new year's eve...
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    in the rain.
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    Never mind-
    drink up, pal.
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    What do you want to talk about?
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    Want to talk about baseball?
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    It's the great american sport,
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    and i am very happy abner
    doubleday saw fit to invent it.
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    Cheers!
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    To health, friend.
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    Down the hatch.
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    And now to thank you
    for your generosity,
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    i have something for you.
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    It's a gift.
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    A small remembrance
    of our friendship.
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    What is it?
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    It's a stopwatch-
    a old family heirloom.
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    What do you do with it?
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    I mean, it doesn't keep time.
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    It's just a stopwatch.
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    That is a fact.
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    But it is yours.
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    You may have it.
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    What'll i do with it? Stopwatch.
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    Well, someday you might
    own a racehorse
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    or you might want
    to run the mile
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    or launch an astronaut.
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    Well, good-bye, old pal.
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    Oh...
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    e pluribus unum.
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    Toodle-oo,beertender.
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    Beertender...
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    nice clientele.
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    Your friend.
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    I wouldn't listen to my mother.
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    She wanted me to be a doctor.
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    No, i had to be a wiseguy.
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    Had to run a beer
    joint like this.
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    Well, you live and you learn.
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    Done for the night, mcnulty?
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    Everybody's gone, you happy?
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    You bored ten people to death.
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    You emptied my place
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    like it had
    a smallpox sign out there.
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    Do me a favor, will you? -
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    whenever you get the thirst,
    go to some other bar.
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    I don't feel much
    like going home.
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    I've seen the movie
    on the late show.
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    I've even seen the movie
    onthe late, late show.
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    Sometimes i even wish
    i was married.
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    Do you ever get that feeling?
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    Joe?
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    Joe.
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    Hey, why you standing that way?
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    Hey, joe, say something.
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    You look like you were frozen.
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    I was telling you i was bored
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    and this crazy gleep
    gave me this watch
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    sat here and i pushed it.
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    That's another thing-
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    you make me nervous.
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    First, you bore people to death
    and then you make me nervous.
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    I make you nervous?
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    You know something?
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    You're the one guy
    that makes me wish
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    they never repealed prohibition.
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    Something tells me
    this is a very unusual watch.
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    And another thing,
    mcnulty.
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    Mcnulty?
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    I'm over here.
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    That can't be.
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    I had too much to drink.
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    I need some sleep.
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    It can't be.
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    It works.
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    I push the button, i stop
    the watch, and i stop the world.
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    Good morning, wage slaves.
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    Make way for a free man.
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    Good morning, doll.
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    Oh, what's the suggestion
    this time, mcnulty?
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    If you don't have one,
    i've got one for you.
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    Why don't you jump off a bridge?
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    Honey doll,
    i have a product
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    that is going to put a dent
    in your eyeballs.
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    What would you say
    to a stopwatch
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    that, when somebody
    pushes it,
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    everything stops
    in midair, hmm?
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    Why don't you run away
    and get lost, mcnulty,
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    or get to the point.
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    I already have.
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    Last night,
    i'm in joe palucci's bar,
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    we're sitting around
    talking about this and that,
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    when this funny gleep
    gives me this stopwatch.
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    Without thinking,
    i push this button-
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    this one right here-
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    and everything stops dead.
    Everything.
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    Think about that now.
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    Palucci drops a glass,
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    the glass hits the floor,
    but the glass stops.
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    Everything stops.
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    Palucci stops,
    trains, subways, goldfish.
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    Everything stops.
    Think about that now, hm?
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    Goldfish, too, huh?
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    That's the most
    amazing thing i ever heard.
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    Now, get out of here, will you?
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    Mm-mm. I came to see cooper.
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    It is time to diversify.
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    Oh, now, just a minute.
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    Mr. Cooper's in conference.
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    You're right-
    he's in conference with mcnulty.
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    Mr. Cooper, i'm sorry, sir.
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    I fired you, mcnulty.
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    What are you doing here?
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    He barged right in.
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    I couldn't do
    anything about it.
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    Well, He barged right in
    he can barge right out.
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    Listen, coop...
    coop?!
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    You can't afford to fire me
    this time because this time
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    i've got more than suggestions,
    i've got the goods.
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    You think about this now.
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    You figure out
    how this stopwatch works,
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    and you've got a million bucks.
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    Mcnulty, let me remind you-
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    we make ladies foundation
    garments, nothing else.
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    Now, do you hear me?
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    Nothing else.
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    So i will give you 15 seconds
    to leave this room.
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    Now, get out.
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    Hey, fred, cup of coffee
    for the lady, i'm buying.
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    Never mind.
    I'll buy my own coffee.
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    If you're not out
    of this office
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    in one minute, i'll
    call the police.
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    Is that so, honey baby?
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    It'll take more than the police.
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    You'll need the army
    and the navy.
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    How about that crumb?
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    He didn't even
    let me show him.
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    So what
    am i waiting for?
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    I'll just show him.
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    Operator, get me...
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    kitchie-kitchie-coo.
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    Kitchie-kitchie-cooper.
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    It's good for a laugh
    but there must be
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    something else i can
    do with this thing.
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    I'll think about it.
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    ...the police.
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    Uh... never mind, operator.
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    He's gone.
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    So you tell our
    advertising agents...
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    hey, joe.
    Palucci, all you guys.
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    Have i got something
    to show you.
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    Well, that takes
    care of the game.
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    This thing is so great
    you're not going to believe it.
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    Mcnulty, make it quick, huh?
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    Oh, now, listen,
    you just pay attention.
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    Pay attention.
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    With this little gizmo,
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    i can stop trains, tanks,
    subways, anything.
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    What about your mouth?
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    Funny. Funny.
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    Listen, last night,
    i was at the polo grounds.
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    And right in the middle
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    of ron hunt's slide
    into second base,
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    i stopped the game.
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    Yeah,
    i stopped the game.
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    I left my seat,
    i ran down on the field,
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    i grabbed second base,
    and i moved it ten feet.
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    Come on.
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    Then i went back up
    into the stands,
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    sat down
    and started the game again.
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    And hunt, instead of being out
    by ten feet, was safe,
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    and the mets went on
    to win the game
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    because snider doubled him home.
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    And that's not the only thing
    i can stop with this watch.
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    I can stop anything- watch.
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    Well?
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    Well, how about that now?
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    How about what?
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    Are you kidding?
    Didn't you see what i did?
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    Oh, come on, mcnulty,
    out of the way.
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    I want to get home,
    get some peace and quiet.
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    Wait a minute.
    Fellas, fellas,wait a minute.
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    I'll put the game on again.
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    Oh, no...
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    well, you done it
    again, mcnulty.
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    You emptied my place.
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    You drive more guys
    out of saloons than carry nation.
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    I get it. I get it.
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    Of course you guys didn't see-
    you were frozen.
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    I'm the only one who knows.
    I'm the only one.
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    Huh. How about that.
  • 19:01 - 19:04
    The greatest conversation piece
    in the world- the greatest-
  • 19:04 - 19:05
    and what does it do?
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    It stops conversation.
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    I'm closing up in a few minutes,
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    so it shouldn't be a total loss,
    you better order up.
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    Beer.
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    Beer!
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    Don't you ever order
    anything expensive?
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    Beer.
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    And drink it fast,
    will you?
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    'Cause the combination
    of you, the hot weather,
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    and my business recession
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    is more than i can
    take in one day.
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    Give it time.
    Give it time.
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    Give me a heart attack
    sometime, will you, mcnulty?
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    Leave a tip.
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    Hey, palucci, come here.
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    Look at me.
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    What are you, some
    kind of a sadist?
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    You know what
    you're looking at?
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    A jerk, a nut.
  • 19:59 - 20:01
    You want to stop there
    or try for moron?
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    Why do i want this thing? Why?
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    Because i want a little notice,
    that's why.I'm not ashamed to admit that.
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    And i'll tell you
    something else.
  • 20:09 - 20:11
    When john d. Rockefeller
    steps out of a car,
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    why do people want
    to shake his hand?
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    I'll bite.
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    Because he's loaded.
  • 20:15 - 20:18
    Because he's got cash, loot,
    lettuce, the old mazoo.
  • 20:18 - 20:21
    That's why people want to shake
    john d. Rockefeller's hand.
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    J.b. Morgan walks into a restaurant...
    j.p.
  • 20:24 - 20:25
    J.p. Morgan walks
    into a restaurant,
  • 20:25 - 20:28
    the head waiter breaks his back
    to get a table ready.
  • 20:28 - 20:29
    You know why?
    I'll tell you why.
  • 20:29 - 20:31
    I figured you would.
  • 20:31 - 20:33
    Because he's loaded, that's why.
  • 20:33 - 20:35
    You think about that.
  • 20:35 - 20:36
    And then you think about this.
  • 20:36 - 20:41
    As of tomorrow evening,
    mcnulty is going to be loaded.
  • 20:41 - 20:44
    Palucci, take
    a good look at the old mcnulty.
  • 20:44 - 20:46
    The next time
    you see me,
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    it'll be the new mcnulty.
  • 20:48 - 20:51
    Why don't you go the whole route
    and move to honolulu?
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    Tomorrow i'll be able
    to buy honolulu!
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    May i?
  • 22:07 - 22:08
    Thank you.
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    Oh, no.
  • 22:24 - 22:26
    Come on, everyone.
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    Move! Move!
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    Come on, everybody.
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    Up, up, move!
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    Do something.
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    Come on, everybody,
    say something.
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    Walk, hey!
  • 22:37 - 22:39
    Come on, everybody, move.
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    Hey, fellas,
    look, i didn't mean it.
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    I'll have it fixed.
  • 23:01 - 23:02
    Oh, please, come on, wake up.
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    Mr. Cooper...
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    mr. Cooper?
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    Excuse me.
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    I'm sorry.
  • 23:14 - 23:16
    I'm sorry,
    i didn't mean it.
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    Please, understand.
  • 23:19 - 23:20
    It's not my fault.
  • 23:20 - 23:22
    I didn't do any... oh, no!
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    Please, say something.
  • 23:25 - 23:26
    Move!
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    Charlie, i'm sorry i bugged you.
  • 23:29 - 23:30
    Charlie, move.
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    Lady...
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    joe...
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    joe?
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    Joe, say something.
  • 23:35 - 23:37
    Do something, move.
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    Joe, insult me.
  • 23:39 - 23:40
    I won't come here anymore.
  • 23:40 - 23:41
    I won't make noise.
  • 23:41 - 23:42
    I won't drive people away.
  • 23:42 - 23:44
    Honest, joe, move.
  • 23:44 - 23:47
    Oh, you, mister,
    please, say something.
  • 23:47 - 23:48
    I'm sorry i took the money.
  • 23:48 - 23:49
    I don't care about the money.
  • 23:49 - 23:51
    All i want is to hear people
    say something again
  • 23:51 - 23:54
    and to see people moving again.
  • 23:54 - 23:56
    Oh, doesn't anybody know how
    to make this thing work again?
  • 23:56 - 23:58
    Someone, help!
  • 23:58 - 23:59
    Help me!
  • 23:59 - 24:01
    Please, somebody move!
  • 24:01 - 24:05
    Talk, say something! Help!
  • 24:05 - 24:10
    Mr. Patrick thomas mcnulty
    who had a gift of time.
  • 24:10 - 24:12
    He used it and he misused it
  • 24:12 - 24:15
    and now he's just been
    handed the bill.
  • 24:15 - 24:19
    Tonight's tale of motion and
    mcnulty- in the twilight zone.
タイトル:
Twilight Zone - Episode 124 - A Kind of a Stopwatch
Video Language:
English
Team:
Film & TV

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