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Come on, baby. It's lunchtime.
Up we go.
Good Morning. Costello Real Estate.|How may I helpyou?
Mr. Costello's offiice.|Good morning.
You are not gonna believe|whatjust came up.
Eeny, meeny, miney-- Lucy.
Howdy, race fans.|How'sithangin'?
It's hangin'just fiine, thanks.
Godforbidyouactuallyhave to come out|ofyourholeandtalk likeahuman.
Itmakesme wonder whaty'all did|before computers, Detective.
Anyway, it's all very hush-hush.
Very embarrassing.|National disgrace.
Sono cops, gotit?|Speak ofthe devil...
Okay, we're about to go live.
- Hilary.|- Mr. Hugo, one moment, please.
Putting you through now, sir.|You fat f*ck.
Apersonalproblem has developedathome|thatl'dlikeyou to takealookat.
- Yes, sir.|- Nothingserious, really.
Nothing thatagoodkick|in thepants wouldn'tsortout.
Thepants in questionbeing worn|bymy22-year-oldson Paul.
Isuspecthe'sbeenstealingmoney|from a trustaccount.
I wantyou to fiindout|whathe's up to.
Thankyou. Good morning.
Beauty is in the eye|ofthe beholder.
He walks. He talks.|He's alive!
I'll call you from the trenches.
Here, I got you something.
" Portland, Oregon."
- It's the same one as Cincinnati.|- Nonsense.
- It's the same buildings.|- It's not.
- Is too.|- It's not.
Doyou always park in front|offiire hydrants, sir?
- No.|- And why's that?
My apologies, sir.|You have a nice day, now.
Who is he?
Some embassy brat,|forged Daddy's signature.
He's making a cash withdrawal|for someone.
- And who is she?|- I don't know. We've never seen her.
I bet she's pretty.
I bet she's not.
- Which one?|- There.
- This one?|- No.
No? Not this one?
- The other one.|- Yes?
The guy behind him.
Not the bum.
Anyone.|You got a dollar for me, please?
Please.|Please, help me out.
One, three, three, four.
Why don'tyou take|any pictures ofme, Daddy?
Sweetheart, I never go anywhere|withoutyour picture. You know that.
I mean other pictures.
Sure, I used to take lots.
Doyou remember?|You werejust a baby at the time.
No. Where are they?
At least she was there|when I got home from school.
Stephen, Stephen, Stephen.
- Where's themoney, Paul?|- What?
- Themoney.|- It's in mybag, safeandsound.
Good. This isnice, hmm?
Doyoulikeit?|Nobody cansee us foramillionmiles.
- Ihavebeenknown to on occasion.|- Ididn't thinkso.
I'm notother women.
- Passmemy Gitanes.|- Your what?
- Gitanes. Cigarettes.|- Gitanes cigarettes.
- Whatis this?A shark?A fiish?|- Oh, no. It'sa Pisces.
A Pisces!How '70s.|What, youactuallyinto thatcrap?
-Asamatteroffact, lam.|- Well, I'm a Leo.
So doyou--|So tellme.
Doyouswim around|all dayeatingplankton...
ordoyoubite theheads|offlittle fiish?
All depends on whatside|ofthebedlgetup on.
Don'tforgetabout|who's inbedwithyou, huh?
- Wait.|- Wait? What? What?
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