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Old 12-24-2018, 07:25 AM   #406
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Default XMas Eve Quotes:

"Honeymooners Christmas Party" ('53 version):

Ed: "Tomorrow my relatives are coming. They will be looking at the tree."

Trixie: "If I know your relatives, they will be sitting in the tree."

"Honeymooners Christmas Party" ('52 version):

(Alice finishes decorating the tree. Ralph notices.)

Alice: "You certainly were no help."

Ralph: "What do you mean? I picked out tree, didn't I?"

Alice: "But I carried it home, didn't I?"

"Santa & The Bookies" ('53):

Ralph: "I can get my friend to help me but I want to tell you. He's not as smart as I am."

"Mr. Smith #1": He's not as smart as you?"

Ralph: "Yes."

"Mr. Smith #2": "He's hired."

All from "Run, Santa, Run":

#1:

Ralph: "It's a woman priviledge to tell her man that she's pregnant. I can't let her know that I know that she's pregnant."

Ed: "If it was the other way around, you would tell her."

#2:

(Ralph thinks that Alice is pregnant. Alice doesn't know.)

Alice: "You deserve a hot supper."

Ralph: "When should we expect it?"

#3:

Ralph: "That kid is going to high school, college, medical school. Eery cent I have is going to that kid's education."

Ed: "How much do you have?"

Ralph: "$12."

“Honeymooners X-Mas Special”:

#1

Alice’s Mom: “Where is Alice? The person that I said: ’30 years ago, you will marry that bum Ralph Kramden over my dead body.”

Ralph: “That is another promise that you didn’t keep.”

#2

Alice’s Mom: “Are you forgetting that my husband was in show business?”

Ralph: “Selling candy in a burlesque theater isn’t show business.”

#3

Alice’s Mom: “Don’t forget to hand Alice that check.”

Ralph: “What do you want me to do, tie a string around my finger?”

Alice’s Mom: “I got a better idea. Tie one around your neck.”

“Honeymooners Christmas Carol”:

#1

(Ralph tries to open the cot. He accidentally hurts his finger.)

Ralph (yells as he is holding his finger and going through some mannerisms): “AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!....OWWWWWWWW!...AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!”

(Ralph puts his hurt finger in a bowl of water.)

Alice: “Did you hurt yourself Ralph?”

Ralph: “What made you think that?”

Alice: “I got a hint from the…” (imitating Ralph’s mannerisms when he hurt his finger): “Owwwwwww!”

#2

Ralph: “The Cratchett’s are very poor. Their furniture is shabby. There is paint peeling off the ceiling and the walls. They got an old stove.”

Alice: “Wait a minute. Is the name Cratchett or Kramden?”

#3

(Ralph has Ed write down the fact that he swears that he will take Alice on vacation.)

Ralph: “’I Ralph Kramden being of sound mind…”

Alice: “Oh wait a minute. It’s 3am, you are standing here, you have Ed writing down what you are saying and you have the gall to say that you are a sound mind?”

Ed: “You are right Alice. He is nuts.”

All from "'Twas The Night Before Christmas":

#1:

Ralph: "Merry Christmas Norton. Anyway, I know it came from your heart."

Ed: "No, it didn't. It came from the Fat Man's Shop."

#2:

Ralph: "When they made me, they threw away the mold."

Ed: "They had to. You probably broke it."

#3

(Ralph puts Alice's present under the ice box.)

Alice: "Ralph, I put your present under there (under the ice box.)"

Ralph: "Here we are like a couple of kids. What did you get me?"

#4

Ralph (to Alice): "You know something sweetheart? Christmas is...well it's about the best time of the whole year. You walk down the streets even weeks before Christmas comes and there are lights hanging up - red ones and green ones. Sometimes there's snow. Everybody's hustling someplace. But they don't hustle around Christmas time like they usually do. You know, they're a little friendlier. They bump into you and they laugh and say 'Pardon me, Merry Christmas'. Especially when it gets real close to Christmas night. Everybody's walking home - you can hardly hear a sound. Bells are ringing, kids are singing, and the snow is coming down and boy, what a pleasure it is to think that you got someplace to go to and the place your going to has someone in it that you really love. Someone that you're nuts about. Merry Christmas!"

(Audience claps. Ralph stops the curtain from closing.)

Jackie (as himself): "Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, we usually don't step out of character, but tonight I think that it's proper that Mr. and Mrs. Kramden and Mr. Mrs. Norton wish everybody a Merry Christmas. Would you come in here Nortons?"

(The Nortons come out.)

Jackie: "There they are."

(Everyone bows to the crowd's applause.)

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Merry Christmas to all!
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Ed Norton: [to Ralph] Look, just don't get upset. You're gettin' all upset now. Let's calm down and look nice when we get down there. There's no sense in getting upset. Now listen, the boys in the sewer, there, when we get upset we got a little motto - a little saying that gives us a little comfort in time of need. Maybe, I can pass it on to you. May I favor you with this little ode? "When the tides of life turn against you, and the current upsets your boat. Don't waste those tears on what might have been, just lay on your back and float."
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All from "Run, Santa, Run":

#1

(Ed thinks that Trixie is pregnant.)

Ed: "Trixie, are you with elf?"

Trixie: "No, I'm with nincompoop."

#2

(Ralph thinks that Alice is going to be pregnant.)

Ralph: "When can we expect the happy occasion?"

Alice: "After I go to the buther's and get you two lamb chops."

Ralph (to Ed): "Did you hear that? It's going to be twins."

#3

Ralph: "I'm going to be Santa Claus."

Ed: "Why can't I be Santa Claus?"

(Ed looks at how fat Ralph is.)

Ed: "On second thought, you should be Santa Claus."

"Honeymooners Christmas Party" ('53) & "'Twas The Night Before
Christmas":

Trixie: "Would you like to hear what Ed gave me?"

Alice: "You mean he gave you your present?"

Trixie: "He couldn't wait to give it to me. Do you know what he gave me?"

Alice: "What?"

Trixie: "An orange juice squeezer."

Alice: "An orange juice squeezer?"

Trixie: "It's no ordinary orange juice squeezer. You squeeze the orange on top of Napolean's head and the juice squirts out of his ears."

"Honeymooners Christmas Party" ('53) & "'Twas The Night Before Christmas":

(In the last few minutes of the episodes, Alice unwraps her present.)

Alice: "Ralph, it's beautiful."

Ralph: "You like it?"

Alice: "Yes."

Ralph: "Good and it's practical too. You squeeze the orange on top of Napolean's head and the juice squirts out of his ears."

"Honeymooners Christmas Party" ('53):

Joe The Bartender (played by Jackie Gleason): "Is this your wrap?"

Francis Langford (as herself): "Yes."

Joe (putting her coat around her): "Well, here let me wrap you."

All from "Honeymooners Christmas Carol":

#1

Ed: "These two parts that I am playing. What is my motivation? What is my feel?"

Ralph: "What is your motivation? What is your feel?" (making a fist): "This is your motivation. Do you want to feel it?"

Ed: "Ralph you wouldn't hit a 10-year-old who is also an 80-year-old, would you?"

#2

(Ralph has an assgot on which looks like a very big tie.)

Ralph: "A man with my broad talent has to work with amateurs."

Alice: "The only thing broad about you Ralph is your assgot."

#3

Alice: "You got Ed playing an 80-year-old man and a 10-year-old at the same time? What did you say the name of this play was?"

Ralph: "'A Christmas Carol.'"

Alice: "Are you sure it isn't' Two Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest?'"

All from "Honeymooners Christmas Special":

#1

(Ralph comes home to find out that Trixie, Alice & Alice's Mom are there and they are all angry at him for taking their money as well as not depositing Alice's Dad's social security check.)

Ralph: "You are all right. I took all your money. I cashed in my own paycheck and I borrowed off my life-insurance and I even took my Raccoon Pension Plan. I put all that money into one lump sum and I invested in the greatest idea I ever had."

Alice: "What is that?"

Ralph: "Stand back."

(Ralph gets a small paper bag.)

Ralph: "It is in this bag?"

(Ralph opens it. A bunch of pieces of paper out.)

Ralph: "Lottery tickets."

Ed: "And you thought that Ralph was crazy."

Trixie: "I will vouch for that."

Ed: "He is as sane as I am."

#2

Ralph: "What is your mother doing in the bathroom? She has been in there for and hour and a half."

Alice: "She is doing what every woman does when they go to bed. She is putting on her beauty cream."

Ralph: "Let her put some vanishing cream on and disappear."

#3

Ralph: "You (Alice's Mom) have convinced Alice to leave me you old bat."

Alice's Mom: "I take that from whence it comes."

Ralph (making a fist): "Take this from whence it comes."

All from "'Twas The Night Before Christmas":

#1:

Trixie (from upstairs, yells): "ALICE! ALICE!"

(Alice opens the window.)

Alice (yells): "WHAT DO YOU WANT TRIXIE?"

Trixie (from upstairs, yells): "DO YOU HAVE ANY ORANGES?"

Alice (yells): "YES. I WILL GIVE THEM TO YOU."

Trixie (from upstairs, yells): "THANK YOU."

Ralph: "What does she think this is, a grocery store?"

#2:

Alice: "I'll tell you where I hid your gift. It's on the top shelf of the closet. I'm going up to see Trixie."

Ralph: "It makes no difference to me where you hid my gift."

(Alice leaves and Ralph goes to get his gift. His hand gets caught in a mousetrap.)

Ralph (yells): "OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!"

#3:

(Ralph shows Ed what he got Alice by going under the ice box. His hand gets caught in the mousetrap that is under there.)

Ralph (yells): "OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!"

Ed (thinking that the trap is the gift): "That is beautiful Ralph."

#4

Ralph (to Alice): "You know something sweetheart? Christmas is...well it's about the best time of the whole year. You walk down the streets even weeks before Christmas comes and there are lights hanging up - red ones and green ones. Sometimes there's snow. Everybody's hustling someplace. But they don't hustle around Christmas time like they usually do. You know, they're a little friendlier. They bump into you and they laugh and say 'Pardon me, Merry Christmas'. Especially when it gets real close to Christmas night. Everybody's walking home - you can hardly hear a sound. Bells are ringing, kids are singing, and the snow is coming down and boy, what a pleasure it is to think that you got someplace to go to and the place your going to has someone in it that you really love. Someone that you're nuts about. Merry Christmas!"

(Audience claps. Jackie stops the curtain from closing.)

Jackie (as himself): "Hold up. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, we usually don't step out of character, but tonight I think that it's proper that Mr. and Mrs. Kramden and Mr. Mrs. Norton wish everybody a Merry Christmas. Would you come in here Nortons?"

(The Nortons come out.)

Jackie: "There they are."

(Everyone bows to the crowd's applause.)

Merry Christmas to all!
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Ralph Kramden: [holds up toothbrush] Is this Mo?

Ed Norton: [looks at toothbrush] Yep, that's Mo all right.
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"A Weighty Problem Part 1":

Ralph (knocking on door): "Got any mashed potatoes out there?"

(Door opens.)

Ralph: "I said do you have any mashed potatoes out there?"

Cook: "We don't even have anything else to throw away."

"Two Tickets To The Fight":

Ralph: "Throw a punch at me and I will duck."

(Ed throws a punch and hits Ralph.)

Ed: "Hey, that's some ducking Ralph. I can never hit you the second time."

"Flushing Ho":

(Ed comes out with a sailboat he was playing with in the tub.)

Ralph: "You don't mean to tell me that you kept we out here for 20 minutes while you were playing with a boat in the tub."

Ed: "I'm sorry Ralph. This is a new boat. We were on the Shakedown Cruise."

"Flushing Ho":

Ralph: "Because of Ed, I had to go to work without my bath."

Trixie: "You didn't have to do that Ralph. You could take you bath at the circus. They wouldn't mind bathing one more elephant."

"On Stage":

Ralph: "Mr. Faversham says I have something that stretches from the theater and goes out into the audience."

Alice (patting Ralph's stomach): "You certainly do."

"A Weighty Problem Part 2":

(Ed & Ralph are doing a crossword puzzle.)

Ed: "Sofa." (writing): "S-o-f..." (not writing): "What is that an A or an E?"

Ralph: "It's A or E."

Ed (writing): "A or E."

"Movies Are Better Than Ever":

(It's Ed's birthday and Ralph wants to get off cheaply.)

Alice: "Ed took you to the Kit Kat Klub on your birthday."

Ralph: 'Did I ask him?"

Alice: "No, you suggested the Copa Cabana."

"Ralph Kramden Inc.":

Ed: "Hey, what kind of peanut butter is that? Is that the crunchy kind?"

Ralph: "Yes, it is the crunchy kind and I can prove it to you. When this jar hits your head, you will hear a crunch."

"Young Man With A Horn":

Ed: "Some people will think that just because I have a sewer job, I have a glamorous job."

Ralph: "What job are you applying for?"

Ed: "Sewer inspector."
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Ralph Kramden: I asked you if you had any leftovers for last night's supper.
Alice Kramden: Ralph, we're eating at my mother's.
Ralph Kramden: I told you, I am not going to your mother's, I'm too tired, and I gotta get to bed early.
Alice Kramden: You'll still get to bed early. We'll go to mother's, eat supper, and come right home.
Ralph Kramden: Now, you know I'm not that kind of a man. I'm not the kind that eats and runs.
Alice Kramden: Eats and runs? The way you eat, you're lucky you can walk!
Ralph Kramden: Oh, if I wasn't tired, would you get yours!
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"In Twenty-Five Words Or Less":

Alice: "We have to get rid of Happy. He's too big for this apartment."

Ralph: "He's too big for a zoo."

"The Loudspeaker":

(Ralph slips on the rock candy.)

Ralph (yells): "ROCK CANDY, WHAT DO YOU HAVE, ROCKS IN YOUR HEAD? WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO, KILL ME OR SOMETHING NORTON?"

Ed: "What are you yelling at me for? You got rid of the hic-koffs, didn't you?"

Ralph (yells): "GET OUT!"

"The Loudspeaker":

Ralph: "You got no sense of humor."

Alice: "Oh yes I do. I married you, didn't I?"

"Move Uptown":

Ralph: "Where's Norton? We have to unload the trailer."

Trixie: "I don't know."

(Crash! Clatter! Bing! Bang! Boom!)

(Ed comes out with a lot of pots and pans attached on him.)

Ralph: "What's the matter with you?"

Ed: "Shhh."

Ralph: "Don't 'shh' me."

Trixie: "Did you hurt yourself?"

Ed: "No, I didn't. Luckily, the pots and pans broke my fall."

"Cottage For Sale Part 2":

(All of them are in the lemon of a cottage.)

Ed: "This cottage isn't so bad."

Trixie: "Maybe not for a guy who spends most of his life in the sewer."

"Ralph's Diet":

Alice: "Look at the stomach."

Ralph: "That is not my stomach."

Alice: "What is it?"

Ralph: "It happens to be a very low chest."

"Life Upon The Wicked Stage":

Alice: "Me & Trixie are rehearsing."

Ralph: "For what, the Bellevue Follies?"

"Boy Next Door":

(Ralph just found out that it was Ed who wrote the note.)

Mrs. Patterson: "Notice the open o's."

Ralph: "Open O's? I will open his head."

"The Deciding Vote":

Alice: "Ralph, what are you going to do?"

Ralph: "I will give that bum (Ed) a reference." (reading): "'How long have you known the applicant?' Too long." (reading): "'Is the applicant trustworthy?' Don't make me laugh." (reading): "'In your opinion, is the applicant a good character?' The applicant is a bum!"
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Ralph: [Talking about his mother-in-law] Why couldn't she have been with Custer when he got in that trouble?
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"Cottage For Sale Part 1":

Trixie: "I don't know how Ed can become unconscious so fast."

Ralph: "He has got a pretty good head start."

"Cottage For Sale Part 2":

Trixie: "Any mistake Ed has made, Ralph ahs talked him into."

Ralph: "I didn't talk him into marrying you, did I?"

"King of The Castle":

(Ralph explains to Ed that one time Alice wanted him to come home, but Ralph didn't.)

Ralph: "I showed her whose boss."

Ed: "What happened when you came home?"

Ralph: "Never mind about that."

"King of The Castle":

Ed: "You should write in the paper :'I Ralph Kramden, do not assume the debts of Alice Kramden.'"

Ralph: "It won't work. I tried that the day after we were married. "

"Without Reservations":

Ralph: "I don't mind if Stanley eats like a garbage disposal, I just don't want him to sound like one."

Alice: "He has false teeth."

Ralph: "I know why. He wore out his real ones eating."

"Expectant Dad":

Ed: "When my son graduates from college and is ready to face the world, I will get him a job with me in the sewer."

Ralph: "When your son graduates from college, you are going to get him a job in the sewer?"

Ed: "Well certainly. The sewer accepts college grads."

"Young Man With A Horn":

Alice: "You haven't touched this cornette in years."

Ralph: "I want to keep it."

Ed: "He has a point Alice. He hasn't seen his toes in years and he still wants to keep them."

"Dial J For Janitor":

Ralph (sarcastically): "I hope you realize that water always recedes it's level."

Ed: "Yeah, we heard rumors to that effect down in the sewer."

"Mama Loves Mambo":

Mrs. Manicotti: "But Mr. Kramden, it is fun."

(She does the mambo.)

Ralph: "And you, at your age, ought to be ashamed of yourself."
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Alice: [to Ralph] That phone is staying here. Everybody but us has a telephone. All you're worried about is the money. Well, you can just stop worrying, because I'll figure out some way to pay for that phone. I'll just, uh, well, I'll cut down on something.

Ralph: I know what you'll cut down on: my food. That's what you'll cut down on, Alice, my food! We'll have a phone, but I won't have anything to eat!
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"Unconventional Behavior":

(Ralph invites Alice to come along so he can get money for the convention. Alice was going to give him the money anyway. The men are upset that they know that Alice, and subsequently Trixie are coming along.)

Ed: "Can I ask you a question? How do you get us in these fixes?"

Ralph: "Very simple. Very simple Norton." (yells): "I HAVE A BIIIIIIG MOUTH!"

"TV or Not TV":

Ed: "Me and Ralph tossed a coin to see who would get the TV set. He said: 'Heads, I win. Tails, you lose.' It was tails, so I lost."

Ralph (to Alice): "Don't look at me like that. I learned that trick from you. That's how we got married."

"Principle of The Thing":

(Ralph shows Alice the ugly wallpaper.)

Ralph: "What do you think?"

(Alice wraps up the wallpaper and gives it to Ralph along with his hat and opens the door.)

Alice: "And I don't want to see you back in this house again until the man gives you your money back."

Ralph: "Don't hint Alice."

"Stars Over Flatbush":

Ralph: "Since I found out that I am Taurus the Bull, I have become a new man."

Alice: "You may be a new man but it's the same old bull."

"A Little Man Who Wasn't There Part 1":

(Ralph hits his knee with a hammer.)

Ralph: "That proves that I am crazy."

Alice: "It sure does."

"Please Leave The Premises":

Alice: "You have holes in your gloves. Fix the silverware."

Ralph: "How would you like some fingers up your nose?"

"The Main Event":

Dynamie: "I need a manager. SOmeone who will get me boxing matches."

Ed: "Why don't you get the guy you knocked out in 12 seconds?"

"Without Reservations":

(Everyone is in their uniforms. Ed's bellhop uniform is too tight.)

Ralph: "Are there any questions?"

Ed: "Yes, how do I get out of this chicken outfit?"

"Rafitti, Brooklyn Style":

(Ralph walks through the doorway.)

Alice's Mom: "Hello Ralph!"

Ralph: "Hello. How did you know it was me?"

Alice's Mom: "I could feel the floor sag."
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"This Is Your Life Part 2":

Phil Cucco: "Too bad there aren't enough Alices to go around."

Ralph: "This one gets around pretty good."

"Dial J For Janitor":

Ralph: "'One hand washes the other while both hands wash the face.'"

Ed: "Never mind that. Just get me the water. I know how to wash."

"Songwriters":

Ralph: "If you write music, you can write any kind of music."

Ed: "Oh yeah? Name me one rhumba that Beethoven wrote."

"Songwriters":

Ralph: "I have to get up early in the moring too and you don't hear me complaining and I have got responsibilities. If I fall asleep, I am liable to run into something."

Ed: "If I fall asleep, I am liable to drown."

"Life Upon The Wicked Stage":

Ralph: "You are so funny that I am going to put you in my act. I am going to call the act 'Punch & Judy' and you are going to be Judy."

Alice: "And you are going to be Punchy."

Ed: "Punchy. Ha ha ha ha ha."

Ralph (to Ed, yells): "SHUT UP!"

"Movies Are Better Than Ever":

Ralph: "I didn't know that anything escaped from the zoo today."

Ed: "If it was an elephant, I can tell them where to look."

"The Main Event":

Ralph: "You want my salary to leak out?"

Alice: "Your salary couldn't even drip out."

"A Woman's Work Is Never Done":

Ralph: "How will they know that I am a member of the Hurricanes?"

Alice: "Just open your mouth."

"Young Man With A Horn":

Ralph: "I am wiriting a list of all my weak points."

Ed: "Oh, is that all the paper that you are going to use?"
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Ralph Kramden: What are you doing with all this material, making a bed spread?
Alice Kramden: No, I'm lettin' your pants out again.
Ralph Kramden: Don't you, uh, think you let 'em out a little too much?
Alice Kramden: I haven't started yet.
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Default New Year's Eve Quotes:

First three from "New Year's Eve":

#1

(Ed doesn't want to go out for New Year's Eve and Trixie wants to. They had an aarguement.)

Ed: "Hey Ralph, have you got some mercurochrome?"

Ralph: "Why? What happened?"

(Ed takes off his hat to reveal a band-aid.)

Ed: "Trixie won, we are going out New Year's Eve."

#2:

(Alice wants to go out on New Year's Eve, but Ralph doesn't want to take her.)

Ralph: "Are you calling me cheap?"

Alice: "All right. You are cheap Ralph. Cheap. Cheap. Cheap."

#3:

Ed: "Trixie, that sweater you gave me came in handy for me down in the sewer."

Trixie: "Was it cold down there today?"

Ed: "What?"

Trixie: "Was it cold down there today?"

Ed: "No, there was a leak in one of the pipes. I used the sweater to plug up the leak."

"Hello Mom":

Ralph: You know what her short visits are? Like the time she came for Christmas and New Year's. the only trouble is that she came for New year's and stayed until Christmas. I also don't like when she says: 'Poor Alice doesn't have a washing machine. 'Poor Alice doesn't have an electric stove.' You go and tell her that she can't come."

Alice: "I can't. Poor Alice doesn't have a phone either."

"The Man From Space":

(Ralph is in his "Man From Space" costume.)

Ralph: "Can you see the faces on them, down there when I walk in with this? Well, what do you think?"

(Alice stands.)

Alice: "You want to know what I think? I think that you're nuts."

"The Man From Space":

Ralph: "I know how to win the costume contest."

Ed: "So do I."

Ralph: "How?"

Ed: "By having the best costume."

"Rafitti, Brooklyn Style":

Alice's Mom: "All I know is that when I got married, I had a more modern stove than that."

Ralph: "When you got married, fire wasn't even invented."

"Flushing Ho":

Ralph: "Because of Ed, I had to go to work without my bath."

Trixie: "You didn't have to do that Ralph. You could take you bath at the circus. They wouldn't mind bathing one more elephant."

"We Spy":

(At the party, Ed and subsequently Ralph just revealed the "new" Russian Holiday of Thanksgiving. The Russian party thrower wants everyone to roast the goat in honor of Thanksgiving because that is what Ralph said is one of the traditions of Thanksgiving.)

Russian: "Holiday weekend."

Ralph (angerly to Ed) : "Holiday weekend."

Ed: "It's a good thing it is'nt New Year's Eve. Can you imagine all the finks on the road from Minsk to Finsk."

Happy New Year!
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