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Come on, get that sun lamp ready.
About 15 minutes is the most l`d advise,
Fifteen minutes nothing! I need
Give her the gun.
All aboard for Miami,
-How goes it?
-Like to play a little squash?
You`re awfully white-skinned
-That`s what I thought.
-What did you do there, carry a parasol?
-Or didn`t you go?
-Don`t go spreading that around, Frank.
Pulling a fast one on the little wife?
Frank, l`m surprised at you.
I`m supposed to have been in Florida.
Supposing one of Lucy`s friends
says to her:
``Well, why isn`t he tanned?``
Lucy will be embarrassed.
I`ll be tanned,
and Lucy won`t be embarrassed.
What wives don`t know won`t hurt them.
What you don`t know won`t hurt you.
I don`t want to know.
for a late breakfast.
I got a better idea. Come to my place
for eggnogs and breakfast...
and play some golf.
-Swell, boy, you got me convinced.
-See you later, Jerry.
-So long, Frank.
Come on in!
That man is here.
Maybe she wasn`t expecting you.
No, she`s around somewhere.
Put your things down anywhere.
-Hello, Mr. Warriner, you look well.
Thank you, Celeste, and vice versa.
Where`s Mrs. Warriner? Look what I got her
all the way from Florida.
Never mind. Go get some eggnogs,
Come on, gang, enter.
Mr. Smith, look who`s here.
Come on, boy.
Look, l`ve got something for you.
Come on, get it.
What are you doing, reading my mail?
I hope Lucy comes back
looking as well as you do.
She`s probably up at her Aunt Patsy`s.
Thank you, Celeste, l`ll take it up from here.
Supposing Aunt Patsy wasn`t home?
I get it. I`m up to my neck in funny people!
Seriously, I wish Lucy would go out and
get some fun now and again. Do her good.
The road to Reno is paved with suspicions.
First thing you know,
they`re in a divorce court.
The broad-minded man from the Rio Grande!
broad-mindedness any minute, you`re crazy.
Lucy`s up at her Aunt Patsy`s cabin.
I`ll bet on it.
Incidentally, what a swell spot that is.
you can see for....
Mrs. Barnsley, Miss Heath,
Mr. Barnsley, Mr. Randall.
Any idea where Lucy is?
You know, she invited me to this--
Hello, Patsy, dear.
-Look what I brought you!
All the way from Florida? Bless your heart!
You know Armand Duvalle, dear.
Come on in, Armand.
Mr. Duvalle, this is my aunt, Miss Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnsley,
Miss Heath and Mr. Randall.
We`ve had the most terrible time.
Armand`s car broke down last night
miles from nowhere...
and we had to stay at the nastiest inn ever.
No modern conveniences. It was dreadful!
Oh, it`s a long story, but I must....
Your wife, she was the loveliest woman
in the party.
Isn`t that cute? Did you bring him that?
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