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You`ll understand if I don`t let you
go in with me, won`t you, Gilbert?
Under the circumstances,
Do you have to be so darn dramatic
Good night! Your father is only a statue.
How does he know
whether you`re alone with him or not?
I forgive you for that, Gilbert.
I realize you can`t help it if you
be symbolic of the very soul
of this town, that`s all.
so if you don`t mind, l`m in kind of a hurry.
I`ll see you at school tomorrow.
You will not.
You`ll come by for me like you always do.
I know it.
I always save all the ribbons.
Sometimes the wordings on them
absolutely make you cry,
they`re so beautiful.
Well, it ain`t every statue
that has memorial services
-for it every year.
-Well, I guess not.
always the most poetical.
``Every drop of our water is
a tear for your departure.``
Isn`t that super?
Why, it`s enough to turn your stomach.
Folks thought a heap of Jonathan, Mort.
Well, I didn`t.
And now I not only have to
look at him day and night,
but I have to look at him from behind.
when l`m mayor of this town
is get rid of that hulking insult!
I wouldn`t be so sure of myself,
if I was you, Mort.
Folks think a heap of Anne, too.
A lady mayor. Why, it`s a disgrace.
There`s lots of lady things nowadays, Mort.
It wouldn`t startle me none if
someday we`ll have a lady president.
-I hope l`m dead!
-Anne has done a good job, Mort.
You work for me, don`t you?
Sure, Mort, but you`ve been running
for so many years that
nobody pays any attention to it anymore.
-lf I can`t beat a woman...
-She has done a good job, Mort.
And when she does, l`ll be around, Perc.
I`ll be around.
I wish she wouldn`t.
That`s the third time l`ve slipped.
Besides, it makes the hall smell
like an old bee`s nest.
It also seems you`re a big shot in your office
and a nonentity at home.
Why should she come in?
There are two men out there
watching her be wistful.
She won`t walk out on that in a hurry.
-Shame on you. How do you feel?
-Gout isn`t very pleasant, you know.
Of course not.
every time the family is expected
to make a public appearance.
-lt does seem a pity, doesn`t it?
That`s just what I thought.
It`s a little late, isn`t it? Faker!
For heaven`s sakes, don`t tell Diana.
Father, I really should.
-Well, l`m not.
Grandfather Crandall, you weren`t sick.
You didn`t have the gout at all.
You just didn`t want to
go to the anniversary. You cheated.
I don`t know where you get
You certainly didn`t get it from me
or my father.
It`s not that I care about myself,
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