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Isn’t it about time somebody on our side used a gun? It is. Phil, take men and break in through the back. Come with me. We’ll draw their fire to keep ’em up front. Wooley, you stay here with the women. Thanks. Jim Simpson and the Citizens’ Committee. Barricade the doors and windows. Get back here, you yellowlivered skunks! This brawl’s gonna decide who runs this town, and it’s time you started picking sides. Unless something or somebody draws their attention, Jim and them fellers are goners! I’ll do it! They won’t dare shoot a woman. No. You have a family to think of. Chester here’ll do it. Shut up! But I didn’t say Online Radio I didn’t say anything. That’s in case you do. Duke, tell Phil to hurry. Jim needs help. When Chester gets there, they’ll stop shooting atJim, but I’ll go. You sure this is gonna work? Even Frame wouldn’t shoot a woman. Why don’t we all go? That’s a good Online Radio Wooley, get goin’. Pick up the clubs, girls. Lead the way, Wooley. Go on, lead the way! 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Then she couldn’t decide what dress she was gonna wear. She’s changed clothes half a dozen times. I guess she’s just a woman. No, no, son, that’s your fault. You’ve trained her wrong. You mean that doesn’t happen at your house? I should say not. 97.3 FM The first dress Ethel puts on is the dress she wears. Oh, how do you manage that? That’s easy. I’ve only got one dress. Very funny. Go on, Rick, will you? Do something. LUCY: I’ll be ready in a minute, dear! I swear that she can see through the walls. Boy, I’m starved. Oh, you can live off your fat for a few more minutes. You might as well get comfortable. Sit down, will you? Well, come on. What are you waiting for? Where are you going to dinner? I don’t know. How about some good Italian food? Oh, you know, I kind of felt like Chinese food tonight. Well, that’s okay with me as long as we eat. Yeah, me, too. How about you, Lucy? Gee, they both sound so good. I like Chinese food, but I’m crazy about Italian food, too. Well, maybe we can find a place that serves ravioli foo yong. Or chicken chow pizza. Uh, Italian food sounds okay by me. All right. Okay. Let’s go. Let’s go. Oh, darn it! As you were, diners. I just happened to think, we ate Italian food a couple of nights ago. All right, then, we’ll have Chinese food. All right. Okay. Oh, wait a minute! Don’t tell me. You want a steak. No, smartie, but I just happened to remember that Chinese restaurant we like so much isn’t open on Monday nights. Well, honey, there’s a lot of Chinese restaurants in town. We’ll go to another Chinese restaurant. Oh, I don’t know. I don’t want to go to a strange Online Radio Do you want a steak? Oh Online Radio No, I don’t want a steak. No. I just want to go anyplace anyplace that I can eat anything at all, I don’t care where we go. Well, let’s go someplace that’s new and exciting. There’s a lot of ads in the paper. Lucy. Yeah, look, here’s one right here. Come here. Ayyiviyiyiyi Online Radio This looks wonderful. Look at this. See? (mutters) Fred. What do you think you’re doing? Well, this may take some time, 97.3 FM and I thought I’d better fortify myself. It’s a nice restaurant. Yes, it is, Lucy. Thank you. (Fred whistling a happy tune) (continues whistling tune) Thank you. (still whistling tune) Stop whistling. (whistling stops) Well, I know what I want. 97.3 FM

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