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SUE ANN NIVENS
Mary, dear - do you have any idea what happens when you let Beal Prince Orloff sit in an oven too long?
MARY RICHARDS
No, what?
SUE ANN NIVENS
He dies.
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SUE ANN NIVENS
I was lying in bed last night and I couldn't sleep, and I came up with an idea. So I went right home and wrote it down.
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SUE ANN NIVENS
I've gotten involved in the most wonderful business. I'd like to give you all my new business card [passes out cards]
MURRAY SLAUGHTER
[reading] "Sue Ann Nivens; Insurance Sales". Great, Sue Ann; let me give you my card. [writes on the back and hands it to Sue Ann]
SUE ANN NIVENS
[reading] "Murray Slaughter; Not Interested".
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GLORIA MUNSON
What do you think I should do for my first exercise?
SUE ANN NIVENS
What about a headstand.
GLORIA MUNSON
You mean, you just want me to stand on my head.
SUE ANN NIVENS
No, I want to stand on your head.
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MARY RICHARDS
Ah. "To a shrinking violet who rosed to be a budding producer". Oh, Sue Ann, that's too cute for words.
SUE ANN NIVENS
I know. I tried to use a floral motif for each inscription.
MURRAY SLAUGHTER
"To a fine writer whose work I always admired". Why thanks, Sue Ann. But what's that got to do with flowers?
SUE ANN NIVENS
If you spread it on the ground, it helps them grow.
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SUE ANN NIVENS
Now, if you want to tidy up in a hurry, think of your living room as a big clock. Start at midnight, and then go around the room working clockwise toward the kitchen. You'll be done in two shakes of a lamb's tail.
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SUE ANN NIVENS
I have a Little Sister too - and mine's black.
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SUE ANN NIVENS
Mary, you've been in my bedroom before, haven't you?
MARY RICHARDS
[looking around in amazement] Oh, no! I would've remembered this!