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What's it gonna be, Angelina?
JOAN AS ANGELINA: It was Grogan...
west of the Missouri River.
Now, you can die two ways, angel.
Quick like the tongue of a snake...
JOAN AS ANGELINA: But it was October.
I'll kill you, God damn it, if it's the Fourth
Where is it?
Get over there.
JOAN AS ANGELINA: I told him to get out...
now that he had what he came for.
Not quite, Angel.
JOAN AS ANGELINA: That was the end of Grogan...
burned my ranch, shot my dog, and stole my
But if there was one law of the West...
bastards had brothers...
who seemed to ride forever.
He was the one man I trusted - the only man.
At the moment his lips met mine...
I knew then that we would spend...
the rest of our lives together.
Oh, God, that's good.
I finished, sweetheart. You want to celebrate?
So do I.
Romeo, Romeo, where art thou, Romeo?
There. Hey, it's Bumble Bee, kiddo.
Here's looking at you, Jesse.
Whoever you are.
Are you finished?
Oh, come here, Romeo.
Oh, my God, Romeo, is that the time?
Gloria! I'm going to be late.
- Oh, hi, pumpkin.
Mrs. Irwin, why won't you take the
Pumpkin, I never get in an elevator
You know...rapists. Where are you
running off to?
Oh...I've got to get to my publisher's.
By the way, pumpkin...
the mailman couldn't fit this into your box...
So I told him I'd give it to you
That's some love letter.
Mrs. Irwin, you're a tease.
I know, but I keep hoping for you, pumpkin.
I'll give it to you for ten dollars.
Really great deal. Come on, lady.
No. I don't -
Your boyfriend will love it.
It's kind of kinky, you know what I mean?
Oh, but, lady, this is kinda cute.
Hey. That's Miss Wilder's apartment.
Can I help you?
Get away from that door.
Too angry. Too vague.
God, too happy.
Oh. Look at this guy, Mr. Mondo-dizmo.
Wait a minute, wait a minute. Hold everything.
Get a load of this character. Now, what about
No, he's - he's just not -
Maybe it's silly, but I know...
Oh, yeah? Where?
Certainly not here.
Gloria, why do we always have to have this same
Because I like you, and I hate to see you all
Here it is.
Read it and weep. I always do.
I'll call you, OK?
Come on, don't leave. Have another
- I can't.
- Come on, stay.
I'm your publisher. I'm ordering you to.
I just wanted you to get out.
I know how hard you've been working.
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