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actually seeing. He just keeps getting further away from me. Everyone. I can’t even tell if he actually cares about me anymore . .or if he’s just pretending. If he’s pretending, it means he cares. Hold on, I’ll get the door. Thanks, Dan. -Got it? -Yeah. You always get a government escort to dinner? They’re making sure I don’t do anything to upset the country’s most powerful weapon. I’m sorry. | invite you out to dinner to catch up and have a few laughs . .but there don’t seem to be many laughs around these days. What do you expect? The Comedian’s dead. [VOMITING] Laurie? Is that you? Thought you’d be used to traveling that way by now. Well, I’m not. I hate it when Jon teleports me. Well, it beats flying coach. Margarita? Mother, it’s : in the afternoon. [CHUCKLES] Mm. Remember that guy that writes me letters? He sent me an item of memorabilia. It’s a Tijuana bible. This little eight-page comic they did in the ‘s and ‘. -He sent you this? -Sure. They’re very valuable, like antiques. Mother, this is gross. I think it’s kind of flattering. Why do you always call me Mother when you’re mad? I know why you’re here. I can still read, you know. I saw it in the paper. Eddie Blake’s funeral is today. Finally got his punchline, I guess. -Poor Eddie. -Poor Eddie? After what he did to you? Oh, Laurie, you’re still young. You don’t know. Things change. What happened happened years ago. I’m years old. Every day, the future looks a little bit darker. But the past . .even the grimy parts of it . .keep on getting brighter. I’ve got spots in my eyes. [SPEAKS INDISTINCTLY] Stop it, Eddie. -Thank you, Weegee. -Thank you, Mr. Owl. Tomorrow, :, my studio. -Little place on st. -Sounds good. SALLY: Wow, a real photo session. Wonder how my hair will look? Oh, go ahead. I’ll be there in five. Eddie. What the hell are you doing here? You knew I was changing. Sure I did. Come on, baby. I know what you need. You gotta have some kind of reason for dressing in an outfit like this. I said no, Eddie. -No spelled Y-E-S. -No spelled N-O. -All right? -Come on, sweetheart. Eddie [GRUNTING] [EDDIE LAUGHS] You little bastard. This what you like? -This what makes you hot? -What? Things are tough all over, cupcake. It rains on the just and the unjust alike. The Comedian was a little bit of both. And he always thought he’d get the last laugh. MAN: Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts. Shut not thy merciful ears to our prayers . .but spare us, Lord most holy, O God most mighty . .O holy and merciful savior. Thou most worthy judge eternal. Suffer us not at our last hour for any– EDDIE: Fireworks. You gotta be kidding me. You know, you’d think this goddamn country had had enough fireworks. You know, if we’d lost here in Vietnam . .I think it might have driven us crazy. You know, as a country. But we didn’t, thanks to you. You sound bitter. Me? Bitter? , no. I think it’s hilarious. [JANIS JOPLIN’S “ME AND BOBBY MCGEE” PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS] Oh, Jesus Christ. -Mr. Eddie? -Just what I needed. The war is over now. We must talk about this baby. There’s nothing to talk about.

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