[email protected]

Online Radio [email protected], Live Stream and high quality. Listen to the uninterrupted radio..


Add to your site

I’m going to Yonkers. What’s in Yonkers? There’s a race track, Dad. What? There’s a race track. I’m going with my friends… Oh. I see. So now going to the race track with your friends… is more important than macaroni at Giuseppi’s? Wait a minute. Mom, did I say that? You, too. Work on your backhand. I’m so embarrassed. I’m going to die. Arthur, we can all have dinner together another time. Please, don’t. You’re making me look like the bad guy. Now, listen. You’re always doing this to me. Don’t do this to me. Just let me talk to Jeff. Jeffrey. And I never said… Horses. Race track… How you doing? Mr. Brody. How are you? Am I interrupting something here? No, you’re not. I’d like you to meet my mother. Mrs. Willis, how are you? What a pleasure this is. So nice to meet you. This is my daughter, Nikki. Nikki, how are you? Nikki, say hi to Mr. Brody. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. What do you think I am, a moron? This is my father. Mr. Willis. I cannot tell you what a pleasant surprise this is. Jeffrey’s told me so much about all of you… I feel like I know you. I feel I know you, too. Well, you got a great kid, here, Mr. Willis. You got a great kid. He’s bright. He’s ambitious. He’s the best cabana boy at the club. I’m not the best. Now, don’t be modest. He’s come a long way since I met him. A great cabana boy. The best. Yeah. Jeffrey, about this race track and gambling and horses… why don’t we talk about this over dinner? Well, I want to be with my friends. Look, this is very important… Excuse me. Excuse me. I don’t mean to butt in… but at his age, his friends are important. Your father’s first name? See, Arthur, boys grow up only once. Jeffrey works very hard. Tonight he wants to go to the track with his friends. Let him go. Stop it. Excuse me? What are you telling me about my son? How can you tell me about my son? This is my son, not yours. What are you saying? I’m saying that he was going to go to college, my son… before he met you… and got these silly ideas about selling cars… is what I’m saying. Just wait a minute. Ok. Yeah. I just… Selling cars is not a silly idea. Some of us do very well selling cars. This is unnecessary, please. You’re right. What do you do? What do you do for a trade? I mean, what do you do for a living? You work with your hands? I’m a plumber. Look, Artie… Arthur. Mr. Willis, let me put it to you this way. Jeffrey here, your son, he’s a very bright young man. I know that. You should open your mind, listen to what he has to say. Look, you seem like a good father. I am a good father. He’s a very good father. Listen to your boy. Talk to him. You can work it out, the two of you. Work it out together. Jeffrey, your father’s a good man. Jeff, I’ll see you. Mrs. Willis, a pleasure. Look at this pretty girl. Nikki. Such a pleasure. ‘BYE-bye. ‘BYE-bye. Mr. Brody, I had it washed. Here you go, Fortune, add this to your fortune. Nice car. You coming, Jeffrey? No. All right. We’re going. Let’s go. Come on. At the turn, it’s Gussy’s Grandson and In A Pinch. Opal Sunset moving up to challenge. It’s Gussy’s Grandson, Nobody’s Business… and In A Pinch. Opal Sunset fading fast. They’re in the stretch. It’s Gussy’s Grandson and In A Pinch. In A Pinch and Nobody’s Business. Nobody’s Business. In A Pinch. Hey, Hawk, did we miss the race? No. Our tip is for the last race. Hey. Guys. I’ll see you in a minute, OK? I gotta go pee, all right? Jeff, what was the name of that sure thing? Arvo Hanover. Yeah. What’d he say? Arvo Hanover, number horse to win… times. Number , Betting Bird. Number , Apple Pie. Number , White Hill. Number , Son Of Flasher. Number , Jack Be Nimble. And number , Arvo Hanover. The horse times, please. Where the hell is Fortune? He’s gonna miss this! We made it! Beautiful! Damn it! Hey! Where you been? You didn’t get a bet down. Don’t worry about me. I’m fine. What are you talking about? Fifty-dollar win? All of them, baby. Oh, my God. Five bills on a horse? What are you, nuts? That’s crazy, Fortune. I’m not crazy. You know what that is? Eight-to- odds, Jeffrey. Four thousand dollars, man.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *