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Hi, my name's Jack Jericho.
Hi. Hi, my name's Jack Jericho.
Has anyone ever told you you have the face
of a Botticelli and the body of a Degas?
Hi. Hi. Hi.
Forgive me for intruding on you,
but I may never run into you again
and may never know who you are so we
What's your name? Eileen? Eileen?
How kind, really.
God, I love the way you said that.
Eileen, can I be bold enough
to ask you for your phone number?
Write it down? I have a photographic
memory for everything important.
digits in the cosmos, I don't know what is.
Look, I must run, but let me assure you...
this is only the beginning.
Excuse me. My name's Jack Jericho.
I saw what you just did.
I want to say one thing, then I'll disappear
- I love how you say that. What's your name?
Karen. That's a phenomenal name.
Here's what was on my mind.
I wish I had a camera.
Guys like that
Every woman that I've ever liked,
started off as a stranger,
when I saw her, and said, politely:
"Hi, I'm Jack Jericho. I like you.
Do you like me?"
In the name of men who truly appreciate,
desire and respect women,
allow me to apologize for that buffoon,
and to wish you great luck and good fortune.
- That was very nice. Thank you.
- You're welcome. May I ask you a question?
- Can I have your number?
- Got a pen?
I have a memory.
- Bye, Jack.
- Bye, Karen.
Hi. My name's Jack Jericho. I couldn't help
noticing this outfit and the way you walk,
which is very exciting,
and your terrific haircut,
and this great-looking dog. Hi.
- Is he dangerous?
- My name's Jack Jericho.
- You said that.
- I did. What's your dog's name?
Great name. And yours?
Doesn't really matter, does it?
Not at all. Maybe we'll
- What year?
- Stan wants to see you.
Tomorrow morning. He's meeting the board
today to decide next year's faculty.
- Doesn't look good.
- Why? What happened?
- He wouldn't tell me.
- You do, don't you?
- How do you do that?
- I could eat fire for you, Pat.
- Hey, Jack.
- Hey, Billy.
- Throat's spelled o-a-t.
- You weren't in school yesterday.
- Hi, Stan.
I had a sore throat. That's my excuse.
- Where are your parents?
- Pat said you want a word with me.
- I'm afraid so.
Talk to me. Richie, take Paul and Terry.
OK, Mr. Jericho.
Jack, does the name Doris Merchant
mean anything to you?
Doris... Doris, Doris, Doris, Doris...
- He's in my third-grade...
- Gym class.
Did you tell Stephen Merchant's mother
that she had the face of a Chagall
and the body of a Rubens?
Jack, you might also want to know
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