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PLAYS ON RADlO] [BOTH SlNGlNG] DRlVER:
What way? What way? DRlVER [SlNGlNG]:
Oh, Jesus. Jesus. That was good. PASSENGER:
Yeah. They're great, Creedence. DRlVER:
This thing's brand-new. -How about the radio?
No entertainment. Now there's no entertainment.
Damn it! Well, guess we just have to
-Hey, hey, hey. -Wanna see something real scary?
-Sure. -l love this, okay?
-Yeah, what? -We're driving, right?
We have plenty of gas, all right? -Yeah.
and knock out our lights. Uh-oh. PASSENGER: Hey, come on.
We wouldn't even see them. lsn't this amazing? Look. PASSENGER:
l don't know whether it's too safe-- DRlVER: l used to play chicken
l don't know, l think you better-- DRlVER:
Who's chicken, huh? -ls that a bear up there, huh?
Turn the lights on. [DRlVER LAUGHlNG] Huh? Uh-oh. More pebbles.
Oh, my goodness. lt looks like they're out permanently
this time. Ha, ha, ha. PASSENGER: This is dangerous.
No, the road's straight. lt's kind of scary.
What is that up ahead? PASSENGER:
Something might come up ahead-- DRlVER:
l know, l like it. -Hey, you like trivia?
Sure. -You know how to play?
-Well... . l'll hum a theme song.
-lf you get three in a row, you win. -Okay, l'm good at that.
-Okay? Okay, l'll start. [HUMMlNG] Wanna hint? -Sea Hunt.
-Sea Hunt, go. All right. [HUMMlNG] -Perry Mason.
-You got it. [HUMMlNG] Bonanza. All right. [HUMMlNG] -Real McCoys.
Fred Gwynne was in it -Beverly Hillbillies.
-No. -Car 54.
-That's it. -Thanks for the Fred Gwynne.
-Absolutely. How about this one? [HUMMlNG] Know it? [SlNGlNG]
He looks like an old ape -What is it?
-l don't know. DRlVER [SlNGlNG]: Look at that old bone
-l don't know. Look at those two apes
-l don't know. It's National Geographic,
National Geographic. Okay, all right. -Okay, l got one for you.
Okay. [PASSENGER HUMMlNG] [BOTH HUMMlNG] Yes. What is it? l don't know, but you're doing it great. DRlVER:
Sounds like it was on CBS. l don't know. DRlVER: Give me a hint.
-Book him, Danno. -Book him, Danno.
Book him, Danno. Book him. One more hint.
What was its locale? PASSENGER: Surfboards.
-Locale. PASSENGER [SlNGlNG]:
With Jack Lord -Hawaii Five-0.
and he had no friends. -He's in the library--
-Oh, with the glasses. Yes. He was the last man,
he broke his glasses. -Yeah.
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