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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,446 --> 00:00:14,591 ♪ I BET WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER ♪ 2 00:00:14,615 --> 00:00:17,928 ♪ FOR A MILLION YEARS ♪ 3 00:00:17,952 --> 00:00:19,629 ♪ AND I BET WE'LL BE TOGETHER ♪ 4 00:00:19,653 --> 00:00:23,099 ♪ FOR A MILLION MORE ♪ 5 00:00:23,123 --> 00:00:26,102 ♪ OH, IT'S LIKE I STARTED BREATHING ♪ 6 00:00:26,126 --> 00:00:28,939 ♪ ON THE NIGHT WE KISSED ♪ 7 00:00:28,963 --> 00:00:30,407 ♪ AND I CAN'T REMEMBER ♪ 8 00:00:30,431 --> 00:00:34,177 ♪ WHAT I EVER DID BEFORE ♪ 9 00:00:34,201 --> 00:00:37,280 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 10 00:00:37,304 --> 00:00:39,916 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 11 00:00:39,940 --> 00:00:42,552 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 12 00:00:42,576 --> 00:00:45,989 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 13 00:00:46,013 --> 00:00:47,791 ♪ AND THERE AIN'T NO NOTHIN' ♪ 14 00:00:47,815 --> 00:00:50,427 ♪ WE CAN'T LOVE EACH OTHER THROUGH ♪ 15 00:00:50,451 --> 00:00:53,964 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 16 00:00:53,988 --> 00:00:56,733 ♪ WITHOUT US ♪ 17 00:00:56,757 --> 00:01:00,325 ♪ SHA LA LA LA ♪ 18 00:01:03,597 --> 00:01:07,244 I'M ALMOST READY. JUST ONE MORE MINUTE. 19 00:01:07,268 --> 00:01:08,500 OK. 20 00:01:17,411 --> 00:01:19,289 THANK YOU. 21 00:01:19,313 --> 00:01:21,458 I HOPE YOU'RE NOT TOO UNCOMFORTABLE. 22 00:01:21,482 --> 00:01:23,226 I DRESSED AS QUICKLY AS I COULD. 23 00:01:23,250 --> 00:01:24,861 OH, NO. 24 00:01:24,885 --> 00:01:27,063 NO, NO, NO. DON'T BE SILLY. 25 00:01:27,087 --> 00:01:29,421 AN HOUR AND A HALF IS JUST FINE. 26 00:01:31,024 --> 00:01:33,170 THANKS FOR RUSHING. 27 00:01:33,194 --> 00:01:35,305 I'M SORRY, ALEX. 28 00:01:35,329 --> 00:01:36,906 I GUESS I'M JUST A LITTLE UNCOMFORTABLE 29 00:01:36,930 --> 00:01:38,575 DRESSING WITH A MAN AROUND. 30 00:01:38,599 --> 00:01:40,209 OH, HEY, I UNDERSTAND COMPLETELY. 31 00:01:40,233 --> 00:01:42,913 I'M THE SAME WAY. 32 00:01:42,937 --> 00:01:44,681 I'M GOING TO NEED YOU TO ZIP ME UP. 33 00:01:44,705 --> 00:01:46,282 YEAH, ALL RIGHT. 34 00:01:46,306 --> 00:01:48,184 WAIT. 35 00:01:48,208 --> 00:01:50,020 CLOSE YOUR EYES. 36 00:01:50,044 --> 00:01:52,244 WHAT DO YOU THINK I AM, HOUDINI? 37 00:01:53,380 --> 00:01:55,358 ALEX, I'M A LITTLE NERVOUS. 38 00:01:55,382 --> 00:01:56,692 JUST ZIP ME UP, OR YOU'RE FIRED. 39 00:01:56,716 --> 00:01:57,816 ALL RIGHT. 40 00:01:59,386 --> 00:02:01,854 YOU KNOW, THIS WAS NOT IN THE JOB DESCRIPTION. 41 00:02:04,091 --> 00:02:05,235 THERE YOU GO. 42 00:02:05,259 --> 00:02:07,204 HOW DO I LOOK? 43 00:02:07,228 --> 00:02:09,127 YOU LOOK RAVISHING, SIR. 44 00:02:10,798 --> 00:02:11,908 THANK YOU. 45 00:02:11,932 --> 00:02:14,543 ♪ STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT ♪ 46 00:02:14,567 --> 00:02:17,202 ♪ EXCHANGING MONEY ♪ 47 00:02:24,311 --> 00:02:26,223 YOUR CHAMPAGNE, MISS. 48 00:02:26,247 --> 00:02:27,490 I DIDN'T ORDER ANY CHAMPAGNE. 49 00:02:27,514 --> 00:02:29,226 ♪ STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT ♪ 50 00:02:29,250 --> 00:02:32,417 ♪ EXCHANGING T-BILLS ♪ 51 00:02:33,721 --> 00:02:36,488 MAYBE IT WAS FRANK SINATRA IN THERE. 52 00:02:37,791 --> 00:02:41,271 FRANK, COULD YOU COME OUT HERE FOR A MINUTE? 53 00:02:41,295 --> 00:02:43,673 YES, SIR? YES, DEAR? 54 00:02:43,697 --> 00:02:44,974 DID YOU ORDER ANY CHAMPAGNE? 55 00:02:44,998 --> 00:02:46,642 OH, YEAH. GOOD. YEAH. 56 00:02:46,666 --> 00:02:48,211 COME IN. COME IN. 57 00:02:48,235 --> 00:02:51,681 JUST MY WAY OF SAYING THANKS FOR TAKING ME ON THIS LITTLE TRIP. 58 00:02:51,705 --> 00:02:54,017 HERE YOU GO, SON. 59 00:02:54,041 --> 00:02:56,686 WOW, THANK YOU, SIR. 60 00:02:56,710 --> 00:03:00,044 NOW I CAN GET THAT OPERATION I'VE BEEN NEEDING. 61 00:03:07,721 --> 00:03:09,465 ALEX, THAT WAS VERY NICE OF YOU. 62 00:03:09,489 --> 00:03:11,133 THAT WAS REALLY VERY SWEET. 63 00:03:11,157 --> 00:03:12,702 BUT I DON'T WANT TO RISK 64 00:03:12,726 --> 00:03:15,071 MIXING BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE. 65 00:03:15,095 --> 00:03:16,239 I'LL TELL YOU WHAT... 66 00:03:16,263 --> 00:03:18,430 FIRST SIGN OF PLEASURE, WE MAKE A RUN FOR IT. 67 00:03:20,233 --> 00:03:23,513 ALEX, I WANT TO BE AT MY BEST TO MEET MR. OKUN. 68 00:03:23,537 --> 00:03:25,081 I MEAN, HE'S THE NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF OUR BANK. 69 00:03:25,105 --> 00:03:27,316 HE'S OUR BOSS. HE'S A FORMER MEMBER... 70 00:03:27,340 --> 00:03:28,985 MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL RESERVE BOARD. 71 00:03:29,009 --> 00:03:31,821 SERVED THREE TERMS... 1972 TO 1978. 72 00:03:31,845 --> 00:03:33,023 VERY GOOD. 73 00:03:33,047 --> 00:03:35,325 YEAH, I DO MY HOMEWORK, YOU KNOW. 74 00:03:35,349 --> 00:03:37,993 MR. OKUN IS A SILVER-HAIRED, PORTLY GENTLEMAN. 75 00:03:38,017 --> 00:03:41,231 HE'S A GRADUATE OF THE WHARTON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. 76 00:03:41,255 --> 00:03:43,533 HE'S A FABULOUS BOWLER, 77 00:03:43,557 --> 00:03:45,802 AND HE'S MARRIED TO A VERY YOUNG WOMAN. 78 00:03:45,826 --> 00:03:47,871 AND VERY SENSITIVE ABOUT IT. 79 00:03:47,895 --> 00:03:49,138 WHO WOULDN'T BE? 80 00:03:49,162 --> 00:03:52,409 TAMMY TURNED 18 MARCH 5th. 81 00:03:52,433 --> 00:03:54,010 AND THEY JUST GOT BACK FROM THEIR HONEYMOON. 82 00:03:54,034 --> 00:03:56,880 AND THEY WENT TO DISNEYLAND. 83 00:03:56,904 --> 00:04:00,317 OH, ALEX, THIS COULD BE A GREAT NIGHT FOR BOTH OF US. 84 00:04:00,341 --> 00:04:02,352 HERE IS TO A ROOMFUL OF BANKERS 85 00:04:02,376 --> 00:04:04,421 STANDING AROUND TALKING ABOUT INTEREST RATES, 86 00:04:04,445 --> 00:04:06,155 FLUCTUATIONS IN THE PRIME, 87 00:04:06,179 --> 00:04:08,625 EXCHANGING BANKING ANECDOTES... 88 00:04:08,649 --> 00:04:12,016 THE KIND OF EVENING MOST PEOPLE ONLY DREAM ABOUT. 89 00:04:16,523 --> 00:04:18,001 HEY, MR. KEATON. 90 00:04:18,025 --> 00:04:20,103 HEY, SKIPPER. 91 00:04:20,127 --> 00:04:22,394 SOMETHING'S DIFFERENT IN HERE. 92 00:04:24,631 --> 00:04:28,044 DON'T TELL ME, BUT SOMETHING IS DEFINITELY DIFFERENT. 93 00:04:28,068 --> 00:04:30,146 DID YOU GET A HAIRCUT? 94 00:04:30,170 --> 00:04:34,250 SKIPPY, WE'RE GOING TO REWALLPAPER THE KITCHEN. 95 00:04:34,274 --> 00:04:35,418 WELL, LET ME GIVE YOU A HAND. 96 00:04:35,442 --> 00:04:36,819 OH! 97 00:04:36,843 --> 00:04:38,021 THANKS... THANKS, SKIP, 98 00:04:38,045 --> 00:04:39,422 BUT I'VE GOT EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL HERE. 99 00:04:39,446 --> 00:04:42,325 OH, NO, NO, MR. KEATON, THIS IS NOT A ONE-MAN JOB. 100 00:04:42,349 --> 00:04:45,594 NO, NO, BUT IT IS A ONE-MAN LADDER. 101 00:04:45,618 --> 00:04:47,830 AND I'D LIKE YOU TO GET DOWN. 102 00:04:47,854 --> 00:04:49,399 GOOD. THANKS. YES. 103 00:04:49,423 --> 00:04:52,701 ANYWAY, I'M NOT WORKING ALONE. 104 00:04:52,725 --> 00:04:54,437 I'VE GOT ALL THE HELP I NEED. 105 00:04:54,461 --> 00:04:57,907 YO! WHAT'S HOLDING YOU UP IN THERE? 106 00:04:57,931 --> 00:05:00,565 I'M STILL ON MY COFFEE BREAK. 107 00:05:02,936 --> 00:05:04,180 HEY, GUYS. 108 00:05:04,204 --> 00:05:06,182 HEY, YOU'RE BACK JUST IN TIME. 109 00:05:06,206 --> 00:05:08,050 THE WALLS ARE ALMOST READY FOR THE NEW PAPER. 110 00:05:08,074 --> 00:05:09,786 NOW LET'S SEE WHAT YOU GOT. 111 00:05:09,810 --> 00:05:12,021 IF I SEE THIS PATTERN ONE MORE TIME, I'M GOING TO CRY. 112 00:05:12,045 --> 00:05:14,190 THIS IS NOT THE PAPER I WANTED. 113 00:05:14,214 --> 00:05:17,374 MALLORY, I AM NOT GETTING CASHMERE WALLPAPER. 114 00:05:18,385 --> 00:05:19,496 ALL RIGHT, ALL RIGHT, 115 00:05:19,520 --> 00:05:21,631 COME ON, LET'S GET THIS SHOW ON THE ROAD 116 00:05:21,655 --> 00:05:23,299 AND THIS PAPER ON THE WALL. 117 00:05:23,323 --> 00:05:25,334 DAD, MAYBE YOU SHOULD LET NICK BE IN CHARGE. 118 00:05:25,358 --> 00:05:27,236 WELL, THANKS FOR THE VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. 119 00:05:27,260 --> 00:05:29,939 WELL, COME ON, DAD, BASED ON YOUR PAST HISTORY, 120 00:05:29,963 --> 00:05:32,208 YOU'RE NOT EXACTLY A WHIZ WITH HOME IMPROVEMENTS. 121 00:05:32,232 --> 00:05:34,443 I BEG TO DIFFER. 122 00:05:34,467 --> 00:05:35,879 COME ON, DAD. 123 00:05:35,903 --> 00:05:38,081 WHEN YOU TRIED TO PUT TRACK LIGHTING INTO YOUR BEDROOM, 124 00:05:38,105 --> 00:05:41,651 YOU BLACKED OUT AKRON, DAYTON, AND TOLEDO. 125 00:05:41,675 --> 00:05:44,888 I HATE WHEN YOU EXAGGERATE. 126 00:05:44,912 --> 00:05:47,757 TOLEDO HAD LIGHT. 127 00:05:47,781 --> 00:05:50,292 YOU KNOW, MR. K, THIS IS ONE OF MY GENERAL AREAS 128 00:05:50,316 --> 00:05:54,097 OF EXPERTISE... HOME DECORATING AND LUBE JOBS. 129 00:05:54,121 --> 00:05:56,333 COME ON, LET ME GIVE YOU A HAND. 130 00:05:56,357 --> 00:05:57,634 ALL RIGHT. YOU WANT TO HELP, HELP. 131 00:05:57,658 --> 00:05:58,768 ELYSE, YOU GET THE GLUE. 132 00:05:58,792 --> 00:06:00,136 MALLORY, WHERE ARE MY SCISSORS? 133 00:06:00,160 --> 00:06:02,104 JENNIFER, HERE, HOLD THIS PAPER STRAIGHT. 134 00:06:02,128 --> 00:06:05,007 OH, SKIPPY, GET OFF MY LADDER. 135 00:06:05,031 --> 00:06:07,410 NICK, YOU'RE USING TOO MUCH GLUE. 136 00:06:07,434 --> 00:06:09,979 SKIPPY, GET OFF MY FOOT. 137 00:06:10,003 --> 00:06:11,848 DID YOU WANT PLIERS OR SCISSORS? 138 00:06:11,872 --> 00:06:13,149 NO, NO, NO, NO, SCISSORS. 139 00:06:13,173 --> 00:06:15,051 WHY CAN'T WE USE... 140 00:06:15,075 --> 00:06:16,820 NO! DON'T POUR THAT HERE. 141 00:06:16,844 --> 00:06:18,621 IT'S NOT STRAIGHT. WAIT A MINUTE. 142 00:06:18,645 --> 00:06:20,790 STOP, PLEASE. THIS ISN'T WORKING OUT. 143 00:06:20,814 --> 00:06:22,024 THERE, UM, 144 00:06:22,048 --> 00:06:23,993 THERE ARE TOO MANY PEOPLE HERE. 145 00:06:24,017 --> 00:06:26,128 NO OFFENSE, BUT I'D APPRECIATE IT IF YOU ALL LEFT. 146 00:06:26,152 --> 00:06:28,631 WELL, I'VE GOT A JOB TO DO, AND I WANT TO GET IT DONE. 147 00:06:28,655 --> 00:06:30,066 LOOK, IF YOU GIVE ME A COUPLE HOURS. 148 00:06:30,090 --> 00:06:31,701 I'LL HAVE THIS WHOLE ROOM WALLPAPERED. 149 00:06:31,725 --> 00:06:33,002 GOOD LUCK. 150 00:06:33,026 --> 00:06:34,092 THANK YOU. 151 00:06:35,529 --> 00:06:38,207 SKIPPY, I WANT EVERYBODY OUT. THAT MEANS YOU. 152 00:06:38,231 --> 00:06:40,276 WELL, I'D LIKE TO OBLIGE YOU, MR. KEATON, 153 00:06:40,300 --> 00:06:43,046 BUT I'M AFRAID THAT'S JUST NOT POSSIBLE. 154 00:06:43,070 --> 00:06:45,181 DO YOU MIND TELLING ME WHY? 155 00:06:45,205 --> 00:06:46,705 I'M GLUED TO THE WALL. 156 00:06:49,175 --> 00:06:50,419 OH. THANK YOU. 157 00:06:50,443 --> 00:06:51,821 NO, THANK YOU. 158 00:06:51,845 --> 00:06:54,190 WHAT, YOU'RE NOT GOING TO EAT ANYTHING? 159 00:06:54,214 --> 00:06:56,092 I CAN'T EAT. I'M TOO NERVOUS. 160 00:06:56,116 --> 00:06:57,949 I JUST WANT EVERYTHING TO GO RIGHT. 161 00:07:00,921 --> 00:07:02,532 WHOA, WHOA. 162 00:07:02,556 --> 00:07:04,534 YOU BETTER TAKE IT EASY. THAT'S YOUR THIRD ONE. 163 00:07:04,558 --> 00:07:06,669 WE'VE ONLY BEEN HERE 15 MINUTES. 164 00:07:06,693 --> 00:07:09,004 ALEX, WHEN YOU COME TO THESE KIND OF THINGS, 165 00:07:09,028 --> 00:07:12,041 YOU HAVE TO BE SOCIABLE. YOU HAVE TO DRINK A LITTLE. 166 00:07:12,065 --> 00:07:15,133 YOU HAVE TO TRY AND LOOK LIKE YOU'RE HAVING A GOOD TIME. 167 00:07:16,736 --> 00:07:18,681 NO. NO, NO, THANK YOU. 168 00:07:18,705 --> 00:07:20,683 OH, LOOSEN UP, KEATON! 169 00:07:20,707 --> 00:07:23,174 YOU ARE SUCH A TIGHT LITTLE GUY. 170 00:07:24,711 --> 00:07:26,578 I MEAN... 171 00:07:30,016 --> 00:07:32,061 LOOK AT THE WAY YOU'RE DRESSED. 172 00:07:32,085 --> 00:07:33,729 YOU ARE SO SERIOUS. 173 00:07:33,753 --> 00:07:37,155 YOU OUGHT TO BE WEARING SHORTS AND A BEANIE. 174 00:07:38,692 --> 00:07:40,170 ALL RIGHT, LOOK, LISTEN, REBECCA, 175 00:07:40,194 --> 00:07:41,871 WHY DON'T WE GO OUTSIDE AND GET A LITTLE AIR, OK? 176 00:07:41,895 --> 00:07:43,572 WE CAN'T GO OUT. WE'LL MISS OKUN. 177 00:07:43,596 --> 00:07:45,375 WELL, THAT'S THE THING. SEE, I... 178 00:07:45,399 --> 00:07:48,378 I JUST DON'T THINK NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME FOR YOU TO MEET OKUN. 179 00:07:48,402 --> 00:07:50,079 YOU KNOW, YOU'RE A LITTLE BIT DRUNK. 180 00:07:50,103 --> 00:07:54,884 I HAVE NEVER BEEN DRUNK IN MY LIFE. 181 00:07:54,908 --> 00:07:58,443 YOU'RE GIVING OFF VAPORS THAT COULD FUEL A JET. 182 00:08:00,714 --> 00:08:03,993 IF I WERE DRUNK, COULD I DO THIS? 183 00:08:04,017 --> 00:08:07,452 AWOOO! 184 00:08:13,893 --> 00:08:16,193 ALL RIGHT. I APOLOGIZE. 185 00:08:17,831 --> 00:08:20,810 COME ON, ALEX. YOU ARE BEING SUCH A PARTY POOPER. 186 00:08:20,834 --> 00:08:22,445 WHY DON'T YOU GO AND MINGLE? 187 00:08:22,469 --> 00:08:25,703 ALL RIGHT, OK. JUST HOWL IF YOU NEED ME. 188 00:08:30,010 --> 00:08:32,255 OH, I'M SORRY. 189 00:08:32,279 --> 00:08:35,146 I JUST TOOK THE LAST SWEDISH MEATBALL. 190 00:08:38,518 --> 00:08:41,898 WELL, THAT'S... THAT'S QUITE ALL RIGHT. 191 00:08:41,922 --> 00:08:43,900 I REMEMBER ONCE AT A PARTY 192 00:08:43,924 --> 00:08:46,324 I TOOK THE LAST M&M. 193 00:08:47,594 --> 00:08:49,834 THEN YOU KNOW HOW I FEEL. 194 00:08:50,763 --> 00:08:52,430 YEAH. 195 00:08:53,800 --> 00:08:56,412 YEAH, WE... WE... WE HAVE A LOT IN COMMON. 196 00:08:56,436 --> 00:09:00,216 I GUESS WE DO. WE BOTH LIKE EATING M&Ms AND MEATBALLS. 197 00:09:04,344 --> 00:09:06,444 JUST NOT TOGETHER. 198 00:09:08,682 --> 00:09:10,059 OH, LISTEN, UM, LISTEN, 199 00:09:10,083 --> 00:09:11,961 WHY DON'T WE, AFTER THE CONFERENCE, 200 00:09:11,985 --> 00:09:14,330 GO HAVE A CUP OF COFFEE, 201 00:09:14,354 --> 00:09:15,665 GRAB SOME M&Ms, 202 00:09:15,689 --> 00:09:18,167 YOU KNOW, A MEATBALL OR TWO. 203 00:09:18,191 --> 00:09:19,501 SOUNDS DELIGHTFUL. 204 00:09:19,525 --> 00:09:21,504 WOULD YOU MIND IF MY HUSBAND JOINED US? 205 00:09:21,528 --> 00:09:23,238 YOUR HUSBAND. 206 00:09:23,262 --> 00:09:27,042 I WOULDN'T HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY. 207 00:09:27,066 --> 00:09:29,712 I'M SORRY. I NEVER INTRODUCED MYSELF. 208 00:09:29,736 --> 00:09:31,503 I'M TAMMY OKUN. 209 00:09:35,808 --> 00:09:39,722 OKUN? TAMMY? AS IN MR. OKUN? 210 00:09:39,746 --> 00:09:42,659 AS IN MR. CHARLES OKUN, JR.? 211 00:09:42,683 --> 00:09:45,027 HOW DID YOU KNOW MY HUSBAND'S NAME? 212 00:09:45,051 --> 00:09:47,630 YOU WERE BORN MARCH 5th? 213 00:09:47,654 --> 00:09:49,465 YES! 214 00:09:49,489 --> 00:09:51,255 HOW WAS DISNEYLAND? 215 00:09:53,727 --> 00:09:55,038 TAMMY! 216 00:09:55,062 --> 00:09:57,173 OH, CHARLES, I WAS JUST HAVING 217 00:09:57,197 --> 00:09:59,241 THE NICEST CONVERSATION WITH THIS MAN. 218 00:09:59,265 --> 00:10:01,844 I'M SORRY, I NEVER CAUGHT YOUR NAME. 219 00:10:01,868 --> 00:10:04,547 FEEGIS. WALTER FEEGIS. HI. 220 00:10:04,571 --> 00:10:07,317 CHARLES OKUN. PLEASURE TO MEET YOU, WALTER. 221 00:10:07,341 --> 00:10:09,652 Rebecca: AWOOO! 222 00:10:09,676 --> 00:10:11,954 THAT'S MY RIDE. EXCUSE ME. 223 00:10:11,978 --> 00:10:13,556 A PLEASURE MEETING YOU. 224 00:10:13,580 --> 00:10:15,658 AHEM. 225 00:10:15,682 --> 00:10:17,326 REBECCA. 226 00:10:17,350 --> 00:10:18,995 LISTEN, REBECCA, 227 00:10:19,019 --> 00:10:20,863 I JUST MET TAMMY AND MR. OKUN. 228 00:10:20,887 --> 00:10:22,397 AND, WELL, TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT, 229 00:10:22,421 --> 00:10:24,601 LET'S GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE. 230 00:10:24,625 --> 00:10:25,635 FEEGIS. 231 00:10:25,659 --> 00:10:27,269 HI. 232 00:10:27,293 --> 00:10:30,239 AND IS THIS MRS. FEEGIS? 233 00:10:30,263 --> 00:10:33,009 I'M REBECCA RYAN. I'M VICE PRESIDENT 234 00:10:33,033 --> 00:10:35,745 OF YOUR HARDING TRUST BRANCH. 235 00:10:35,769 --> 00:10:37,613 I'M CHARLES OKUN, JR. 236 00:10:37,637 --> 00:10:39,715 HAVE YOU MET MY ASSOCIATE AXL, 237 00:10:39,739 --> 00:10:41,739 AXL P. KEATON? 238 00:10:43,076 --> 00:10:46,656 AXL? I THOUGHT YOUR NAME WAS WALTER. 239 00:10:46,680 --> 00:10:49,047 AND THIS MUST BE THE LITTLE MOUSKETEER. 240 00:10:52,019 --> 00:10:54,097 HA HA! 241 00:10:54,121 --> 00:10:57,133 REBECCA RYAN. HARDING TRUST. 242 00:10:57,157 --> 00:11:00,168 I'VE HEARD SOME GOOD THINGS ABOUT YOU. 243 00:11:00,192 --> 00:11:02,171 HAVE YOU HEARD THIS? 244 00:11:02,195 --> 00:11:04,729 AWOOO! 245 00:11:06,566 --> 00:11:08,110 WHAT'S HAPPENING, CHUCKLES? 246 00:11:08,134 --> 00:11:10,535 AM I GETTING THE PROMOTION OR WHAT? 247 00:11:12,238 --> 00:11:13,849 I GOT THAT. 248 00:11:13,873 --> 00:11:15,317 I CERTAINLY DON'T THINK 249 00:11:15,341 --> 00:11:18,976 THIS IS THE TIME TO DISCUSS IT. 250 00:11:20,246 --> 00:11:23,659 AND I MUST SAY, I DOUBT VERY MUCH 251 00:11:23,683 --> 00:11:26,050 WHETHER SUCH A TIME WILL COME. 252 00:11:36,029 --> 00:11:38,007 HE LIKED ME. 253 00:11:38,031 --> 00:11:41,844 I CAN ALWAYS TELL WHEN I MAKE A GOOD IMPRESSION. 254 00:11:41,868 --> 00:11:45,715 I DON'T THINK HE LIKED YOU THAT MUCH, THOUGH, ALEX. 255 00:11:45,739 --> 00:11:49,040 YEAH, WELL, THAT'S BECAUSE I FORGOT TO SPILL MY DRINK ON HIM. 256 00:11:50,477 --> 00:11:51,821 WELL, LET'S GO BACK TO THE PARTY. 257 00:11:51,845 --> 00:11:53,756 I WILL FIX IT FOR YOU. I'LL TALK TO MR. OKUN. 258 00:11:53,780 --> 00:11:55,591 OH, NO, NO, NO. 259 00:11:55,615 --> 00:11:58,694 NO, I WOULDN'T SAY ANOTHER WORD TO HIM. 260 00:11:58,718 --> 00:12:01,764 WE GOT HIM JUST WHERE WE WANT HIM. 261 00:12:01,788 --> 00:12:04,634 WELL, LET'S GO BACK TO THE PARTY ANYWAY. 262 00:12:04,658 --> 00:12:06,101 WE DIDN'T GET TO DANCE. 263 00:12:06,125 --> 00:12:08,304 YEAH, WELL, THAT'S FOR THE BEST. BELIEVE ME. 264 00:12:08,328 --> 00:12:10,973 WELL, LET'S DANCE HERE. 265 00:12:10,997 --> 00:12:14,699 NO. I THINK I'M GOING TO SIT THIS ONE OUT. 266 00:12:16,269 --> 00:12:18,448 ♪ DA ♪ 267 00:12:18,472 --> 00:12:20,817 ♪ DA DA DA DA ♪ 268 00:12:20,841 --> 00:12:22,685 ♪ YA ♪ 269 00:12:22,709 --> 00:12:24,487 ♪ DA DA DA DA ♪ 270 00:12:24,511 --> 00:12:25,721 ♪ DA ♪ 271 00:12:25,745 --> 00:12:27,156 ♪ YA DA DA DA ♪ 272 00:12:27,180 --> 00:12:28,180 ♪ YA ♪ 273 00:12:29,616 --> 00:12:31,027 ♪ DA DA DA DA DA ♪ 274 00:12:31,051 --> 00:12:32,562 ♪ YA ♪ 275 00:12:32,586 --> 00:12:34,029 ♪ YA DA DA DA ♪ 276 00:12:34,053 --> 00:12:35,430 WHOO! 277 00:12:35,454 --> 00:12:37,265 ♪ YA ♪ 278 00:12:37,289 --> 00:12:39,635 ♪ YA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA ♪ 279 00:12:39,659 --> 00:12:42,070 ♪ DA DA DA DA ♪ 280 00:12:42,094 --> 00:12:43,338 ♪ DA DA DA DA ♪ 281 00:12:43,362 --> 00:12:44,929 OH! 282 00:12:47,701 --> 00:12:50,334 WHERE ARE YOU GOING, FEEGIS? 283 00:12:53,573 --> 00:12:55,585 WELL, IT'S UH... 284 00:12:55,609 --> 00:12:57,186 IT'S BEEN A LONG DAY. 285 00:12:57,210 --> 00:12:59,321 AND I THINK WE SHOULD JUST GET SOME REST. 286 00:12:59,345 --> 00:13:01,223 GOOD IDEA. COME ON. 287 00:13:01,247 --> 00:13:02,880 SIT DOWN HERE NEXT TO ME. 288 00:13:03,950 --> 00:13:05,716 COMFY? 289 00:13:07,120 --> 00:13:10,466 OH, YEAH. I'M... I'M QUITE COMFORTABLE, REBECCA. 290 00:13:10,490 --> 00:13:11,767 OH, DON'T CALL ME REBECCA. 291 00:13:11,791 --> 00:13:13,402 YOU KNOW WHAT? 292 00:13:13,426 --> 00:13:16,372 I THINK WE SHOULD MAKE UP NICKNAMES FOR EACH OTHER. 293 00:13:16,396 --> 00:13:19,241 I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED A NICKNAME. 294 00:13:19,265 --> 00:13:22,000 HOW ABOUT LUSH? 295 00:13:23,769 --> 00:13:25,914 EVERYONE HAD A NICKNAME AT THE PREP SCHOOL. 296 00:13:25,938 --> 00:13:28,772 BUNKIE, MOONIE... 297 00:13:29,942 --> 00:13:31,587 I ALWAYS WANTED... 298 00:13:31,611 --> 00:13:33,289 COOKIE. 299 00:13:33,313 --> 00:13:35,424 ALL THE CUTE GIRLS WERE ALWAYS NAMED COOKIE. 300 00:13:35,448 --> 00:13:39,428 WOULD YOU CALL ME COOKIE, ALEX? 301 00:13:39,452 --> 00:13:42,031 I WILL IF YOU PROMISE 302 00:13:42,055 --> 00:13:44,200 TO GO TO SLEEP RIGHT NOW. 303 00:13:44,224 --> 00:13:45,301 PROMISE. 304 00:13:45,325 --> 00:13:47,736 OK, COOKIE. 305 00:13:47,760 --> 00:13:50,861 NO. SAY IT IN A SENTENCE. 306 00:13:53,833 --> 00:13:56,478 GO TO SLEEP... 307 00:13:56,502 --> 00:13:58,947 COOKIE. 308 00:13:58,971 --> 00:14:01,383 TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF, ALEX, 309 00:14:01,407 --> 00:14:02,884 TELL ME ABOUT WHEN YOU WERE LITTLE. 310 00:14:02,908 --> 00:14:05,821 I BET YOU WERE A REALLY CUTE LITTLE BOY. 311 00:14:05,845 --> 00:14:08,056 WELL... 312 00:14:08,080 --> 00:14:10,025 WELL, I'M... 313 00:14:10,049 --> 00:14:12,489 I'M NOT GOING TO LIE TO YOU... 314 00:14:14,454 --> 00:14:16,254 COOKIE. 315 00:14:17,857 --> 00:14:19,523 I WAS ADORABLE. 316 00:14:23,028 --> 00:14:25,463 YOU'RE ADORABLE NOW. 317 00:14:36,476 --> 00:14:38,820 I DON'T THINK THIS IS A GOOD IDEA. 318 00:14:38,844 --> 00:14:40,088 REBECCA, I... 319 00:14:40,112 --> 00:14:41,490 COOKIE. 320 00:14:41,514 --> 00:14:44,360 I DON'T THINK IT'S A GOOD IDEA, COOKIE. 321 00:14:44,384 --> 00:14:47,652 I REALLY LIKE YOU, ALEX. 322 00:14:49,289 --> 00:14:50,999 YEAH. 323 00:14:51,023 --> 00:14:52,834 I REALLY... 324 00:14:52,858 --> 00:14:55,070 I REALLY LIKE YOU, TOO. 325 00:14:55,094 --> 00:14:57,640 I THINK YOU'RE A GOOD PERSON. 326 00:14:57,664 --> 00:14:59,508 AND YOU'VE GOT A GOOD HEART, 327 00:14:59,532 --> 00:15:02,852 AND YOU'VE HAD WAY TOO MUCH TO DRINK. 328 00:15:07,907 --> 00:15:09,440 GOOD NIGHT, COOKIE. 329 00:15:27,960 --> 00:15:31,573 ELYSE, MAL, JENNIFER, ANDREW, 330 00:15:31,597 --> 00:15:33,509 EVERYBODY, COULD YOU COME OUT FOR A MINUTE? 331 00:15:33,533 --> 00:15:36,312 THERE'S SOMETHING I'D LIKE TO SHOW YOU. 332 00:15:36,336 --> 00:15:37,446 WHAT, HONEY? 333 00:15:37,470 --> 00:15:39,114 OH, ♪ DA DA DA DA ♪ 334 00:15:39,138 --> 00:15:42,518 OH, STEVEN, IT'S MAGNIFICENT! 335 00:15:42,542 --> 00:15:44,186 I NEVER REALLY LIKED THIS WALLPAPER, 336 00:15:44,210 --> 00:15:45,621 BUT YOU MADE IT WORK. 337 00:15:45,645 --> 00:15:47,256 THIS IS PRETTY NICE, MR. K. 338 00:15:47,280 --> 00:15:49,825 MAYBE YOU COME OVER TO MY HOUSE AND DO MY KITCHEN FOR ME. 339 00:15:49,849 --> 00:15:51,929 WELL, I HAVE TO ADMIT, I'M REALLY GOOD WITH MY HANDS. 340 00:15:53,353 --> 00:15:57,867 ANYWAY, THERE'S A CERTAIN SATISFACTION A MAN GETS... 341 00:15:57,891 --> 00:16:01,703 A CERTAIN SATISFACTION A MAN GETS FROM A JOB WELL DONE. 342 00:16:01,727 --> 00:16:03,806 I THINK I SHOULD DO MORE WORK AROUND THE HOUSE. 343 00:16:03,830 --> 00:16:06,175 I DON'T THINK SO, DAD. 344 00:16:06,199 --> 00:16:07,442 OH, THAT'S... 345 00:16:07,466 --> 00:16:09,812 THAT'S FINE, NO. 346 00:16:09,836 --> 00:16:12,148 THAT'S FINE. NO PROBLEM. 347 00:16:12,172 --> 00:16:14,205 I FULLY EXPECTED THAT TO HAPPEN. 348 00:16:26,286 --> 00:16:28,486 COME IN! 349 00:16:34,227 --> 00:16:36,138 IF YOU'RE BEING SEARCHED, 350 00:16:36,162 --> 00:16:38,741 I COULD COME BACK. 351 00:16:38,765 --> 00:16:41,009 GEORGE, WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE? DIDN'T I FIRE YOU? 352 00:16:41,033 --> 00:16:44,379 WELL, SOMEONE OBVIOUSLY THOUGHT YOU NEEDED AN INTERIOR DECORATOR. 353 00:16:44,403 --> 00:16:47,249 I WAS SUMMONED BY A PHONE CALL FROM A CERTAIN PARTY 354 00:16:47,273 --> 00:16:49,352 WHO RESIDES IN THIS HOUSE. 355 00:16:49,376 --> 00:16:51,220 I DIDN'T THINK YOU COULD HANDLE IT, 356 00:16:51,244 --> 00:16:53,989 BUT I WAS WRONG. 357 00:16:54,013 --> 00:16:56,859 WELL, YOU'RE A BIG MAN TO ADMIT IT, ELYSE. 358 00:16:56,883 --> 00:16:58,794 WELL... OK. 359 00:16:58,818 --> 00:17:00,796 I APOLOGIZE, MR. KEATON. SORRY. 360 00:17:00,820 --> 00:17:04,060 IT'S OBVIOUS THAT YOU'VE DONE AN EXCELLENT JOB. 361 00:17:07,594 --> 00:17:11,339 WELL, OBVIOUSLY, YOU DON'T NEED ME... 362 00:17:11,363 --> 00:17:14,142 WHEN YOU HAVE A PROFESSIONAL LIKE MR. KEATON HERE. 363 00:17:14,166 --> 00:17:17,835 I HOPE MY OTHER CLIENTS DON'T FIND OUT ABOUT YOU. 364 00:17:19,239 --> 00:17:20,949 GO AHEAD, GEORGE. 365 00:17:20,973 --> 00:17:22,318 DO WHAT YOU WILL. 366 00:17:22,342 --> 00:17:23,752 PUT UP THE WALLPAPER. 367 00:17:23,776 --> 00:17:25,521 CHANGE THE APPLIANCES. CHANGE EVERYTHING. 368 00:17:25,545 --> 00:17:26,955 I GIVE UP. 369 00:17:26,979 --> 00:17:28,023 FINE. 370 00:17:28,047 --> 00:17:30,993 PLEASE GO TO MY CAR AND GET MY SUPPLIES. 371 00:17:31,017 --> 00:17:34,262 ANDY, KEEP AN EYE ON HIM. 372 00:17:34,286 --> 00:17:36,487 GIRLS... 373 00:17:38,157 --> 00:17:40,057 LET'S BEGIN! 374 00:17:43,930 --> 00:17:45,774 GEE, STEVEN. 375 00:17:45,798 --> 00:17:47,543 IT'S GOING TO BE HARDER THAN I THOUGHT 376 00:17:47,567 --> 00:17:49,478 TO SAY GOOD-BYE TO THIS OLD WALLPAPER. 377 00:17:49,502 --> 00:17:52,047 I REMEMBER WHEN WE BOUGHT THIS... 378 00:17:52,071 --> 00:17:56,819 IT WAS WHEN WE FIRST MOVED INTO THE HOUSE IN APRIL 1968. 379 00:17:56,843 --> 00:17:58,254 ALEX WAS ONLY 3. 380 00:17:58,278 --> 00:18:00,055 WELL, I REMEMBER. 381 00:18:00,079 --> 00:18:01,657 WE LEFT HIM ALONE WITH THE BABYSITTER 382 00:18:01,681 --> 00:18:03,859 TO FINISH OUR TAX RETURNS. 383 00:18:03,883 --> 00:18:07,463 FIRST YEAR WE WEREN'T AUDITED. 384 00:18:07,487 --> 00:18:08,597 DO YOU REMEMBER, ELYSE, 385 00:18:08,621 --> 00:18:10,933 WE WERE AT MARSHALL'S HOME FURNISHING STORE. 386 00:18:10,957 --> 00:18:12,901 DR. SHERMAN HAD ASKED YOU TO CALL 387 00:18:12,925 --> 00:18:15,404 BECAUSE YOU'D JUST BEEN IN FOR A VISIT. 388 00:18:15,428 --> 00:18:17,640 YOU WENT OVER TO THE PHONE, 389 00:18:17,664 --> 00:18:19,574 YOU TALKED FOR A LITTLE BIT, YOU CAME BACK AND SAID, 390 00:18:19,598 --> 00:18:22,144 "I WANT THAT WALLPAPER, 391 00:18:22,168 --> 00:18:24,380 AND I'M GOING TO HAVE A BABY." 392 00:18:24,404 --> 00:18:26,582 AND I REMEMBER THE WALLPAPER SALESMAN SAID, 393 00:18:26,606 --> 00:18:28,773 "HEY, LADY. WE JUST SELL WALLPAPER." 394 00:18:29,942 --> 00:18:31,987 THAT BABY WAS ME, RIGHT? 395 00:18:32,011 --> 00:18:33,288 YEAH. 396 00:18:33,312 --> 00:18:34,623 YES, THAT WAS YOU. 397 00:18:34,647 --> 00:18:36,024 AND, YOU KNOW, I ALWAYS THOUGHT IT WAS APPROPRIATE 398 00:18:36,048 --> 00:18:38,488 THAT WE FOUND OUT ABOUT YOU WHILE WE WERE SHOPPING. 399 00:18:40,453 --> 00:18:41,964 LOOK AT THIS. 400 00:18:41,988 --> 00:18:43,498 OH, WHAT... 401 00:18:43,522 --> 00:18:44,833 IT'S A HEART 402 00:18:44,857 --> 00:18:47,803 WITH "I LOVE RICHARD BECK" WRITTEN ON IT. 403 00:18:47,827 --> 00:18:50,773 YEAH, I HAD A CRUSH ON HIM A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO. 404 00:18:50,797 --> 00:18:52,741 YOU WROTE ON THE WALLPAPER? 405 00:18:52,765 --> 00:18:54,042 LOOK, LOOK, LOOK, HERE'S ANOTHER ONE. 406 00:18:54,066 --> 00:18:55,699 "I LOVE RICHARD NIXON." 407 00:18:57,603 --> 00:18:59,970 SEE. ALEX DID IT, TOO. 408 00:19:02,509 --> 00:19:04,119 ALL RIGHT, GEORGE, 409 00:19:04,143 --> 00:19:05,754 TELL ME, HOW MUCH WILL IT COST 410 00:19:05,778 --> 00:19:08,390 TO REDO THIS WHOLE KITCHEN? 411 00:19:08,414 --> 00:19:09,892 NOTHING. 412 00:19:09,916 --> 00:19:11,393 NOTHING? MR. KEATON, 413 00:19:11,417 --> 00:19:15,231 I CAME HERE PREPARED TO GUT AND REMODEL THIS ENTIRE ROOM, 414 00:19:15,255 --> 00:19:18,267 BUT I REALIZE THAT THAT WOULD BE A TREMENDOUS MISTAKE. 415 00:19:18,291 --> 00:19:20,469 I HAVE NEVER SEEN A GROUP OF PEOPLE 416 00:19:20,493 --> 00:19:22,526 SO ATTACHED TO THEIR WALLPAPER. 417 00:19:23,897 --> 00:19:27,331 AND FRANKLY, I WAS VERY MOVED. 418 00:19:29,401 --> 00:19:30,813 GEORGE... 419 00:19:30,837 --> 00:19:32,547 WHAT ARE YOU SAYING? 420 00:19:32,571 --> 00:19:35,005 I SEE WALLPAPER! 421 00:19:36,376 --> 00:19:38,086 YOUR WALLPAPER... 422 00:19:38,110 --> 00:19:40,077 BACK ON THE WALL WHERE IT BELONGS. 423 00:19:42,482 --> 00:19:44,682 GOOD MORNING, HONEY. 424 00:19:54,260 --> 00:19:56,494 IT'S TIME TO WAKE UP, DUMPLING. 425 00:19:57,830 --> 00:20:00,108 OH, GO AWAY, ALEX. 426 00:20:00,132 --> 00:20:02,866 OH, COME ON, COOKIE. 427 00:20:05,672 --> 00:20:07,471 HOW DO YOU KNOW ABOUT COOKIE? 428 00:20:09,209 --> 00:20:10,553 I KNOW THEM ALL. 429 00:20:10,577 --> 00:20:12,154 POOCHIE... 430 00:20:12,178 --> 00:20:14,212 BOOTSIE, BUNNY... 431 00:20:15,881 --> 00:20:20,129 ALL YOUR FURRY FRIENDS FROM PREP SCHOOL. 432 00:20:20,153 --> 00:20:21,530 I DON'T REMEMBER THIS. 433 00:20:21,554 --> 00:20:24,655 WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED LAST NIGHT? 434 00:20:26,459 --> 00:20:28,692 NOTHING THAT SHOULDN'T HAVE HAPPENED. 435 00:20:31,930 --> 00:20:36,199 NOTHING THAT WASN'T GOING TO HAPPEN SOONER OR LATER. 436 00:20:38,738 --> 00:20:40,978 NOTHING THAT WASN'T INEVITABLE... 437 00:20:42,242 --> 00:20:44,007 DARLING. 438 00:20:48,014 --> 00:20:50,114 OH, MY GOD. 439 00:20:51,184 --> 00:20:54,663 REBECCA, AFTER LAST NIGHT... 440 00:20:54,687 --> 00:20:57,466 I FEEL LIKE I KNOW YOU 441 00:20:57,490 --> 00:20:59,610 AS I'VE KNOWN NO WOMAN BEFORE. 442 00:21:02,194 --> 00:21:05,714 THE ONLY QUESTION NOW IS WHERE TO SPEND THE HONEYMOON. 443 00:21:06,666 --> 00:21:08,110 I MEAN, I AGREE WITH YOU. 444 00:21:08,134 --> 00:21:11,479 THE CARIBBEAN IS NICE... 445 00:21:11,503 --> 00:21:13,236 BUT SO IS HAWAII. 446 00:21:16,676 --> 00:21:18,976 OR... 447 00:21:20,212 --> 00:21:22,493 WE COULD GO TO DISNEYLAND. 448 00:21:22,948 --> 00:21:24,381 LIKE THE OKUNS. 449 00:21:25,450 --> 00:21:27,129 OH, NO. 450 00:21:27,153 --> 00:21:28,864 THE OKUNS. 451 00:21:28,888 --> 00:21:31,199 IT'S ALL STARTING TO COME BACK TO ME NOW. 452 00:21:31,223 --> 00:21:34,624 DID I POUR A DRINK ON HIM, ALEX? 453 00:21:35,795 --> 00:21:37,194 YES. 454 00:21:38,530 --> 00:21:41,031 DID I CALL HIM CHUCKLES? 455 00:21:42,802 --> 00:21:45,102 YES. 456 00:21:47,439 --> 00:21:50,674 DID ANYTHING HAPPEN BETWEEN US? 457 00:21:55,648 --> 00:21:57,915 NO. 458 00:21:59,418 --> 00:22:02,486 OH, WHAT A RELIEF! 459 00:22:08,160 --> 00:22:10,906 THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN A COMPLETE DISASTER. 460 00:22:10,930 --> 00:22:12,574 I MEAN, THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN NO COMING BACK. 461 00:22:12,598 --> 00:22:15,210 I MEAN, I CAN DEAL WITH LOTS OF THINGS, 462 00:22:15,234 --> 00:22:17,813 BUT I COULDN'T DEAL IF ANYTHING EVER HAPPENED... 463 00:22:17,837 --> 00:22:20,197 HEY, PEOPLE HAVE LIVED THROUGH IT, YOU KNOW. 464 00:22:25,511 --> 00:22:28,112 A FEW OF THEM EVEN LIKED IT. 465 00:22:30,216 --> 00:22:33,528 I'M SORRY, ALEX, I DIDN'T MEAN IT THAT WAY. 466 00:22:33,552 --> 00:22:37,299 WHAT I MEANT IS, WHAT A RELIEF THAT THE NIGHT IS OVER. 467 00:22:37,323 --> 00:22:40,443 YEAH. WELL, LISTEN, WHY DON'T YOU HAVE SOME COFFEE, HUH? 468 00:22:41,327 --> 00:22:43,238 I'M SO EMBARRASSED. 469 00:22:43,262 --> 00:22:44,840 I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS. 470 00:22:44,864 --> 00:22:47,509 I'M NOT THAT KIND OF PERSON. 471 00:22:47,533 --> 00:22:49,345 OH, COME ON, LOOK, THESE THINGS HAPPEN. 472 00:22:49,369 --> 00:22:51,947 YOU HADN'T EATEN. 473 00:22:51,971 --> 00:22:54,249 YOU DIDN'T SLEEP VERY WELL. 474 00:22:54,273 --> 00:22:56,673 YOU HAD A FEW HUNDRED GLASSES OF CHAMPAGNE. 475 00:22:57,577 --> 00:22:59,710 I STARTED TO LOOK ATTRACTIVE. 476 00:23:05,752 --> 00:23:08,097 I WANT YOU TO KNOW, WHEN WE GET BACK TO THE BANK, 477 00:23:08,121 --> 00:23:10,132 IT IS BUSINESS AS USUAL. 478 00:23:10,156 --> 00:23:11,666 I'M THE BOSS. 479 00:23:11,690 --> 00:23:13,168 YOU ARE MY ASSISTANT. 480 00:23:13,192 --> 00:23:15,537 RIGHT... 481 00:23:15,561 --> 00:23:17,094 AXL? 482 00:23:19,165 --> 00:23:20,909 YOU GOT IT... 483 00:23:20,933 --> 00:23:22,533 COOKIE. 484 00:23:54,967 --> 00:23:56,678 Man: SIT, UBU, SIT. 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