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š1418ćš1480ć- Are you ok, Mother?đ- Fine.
š1481ćš1553ćAs the flowers in May.
š1554ćš1604ćWhat about you, Jo?
š1605ćš1653ćI'll make it.
š1831ćš1888ć...lt's getting prettyđbad up there.
š1889ćš1952ć...Have you got herđprescriptions with you?
š1999ćš2081ć...Sign in, everyone.đWe have to know who is here...
š2082ćš2134ćso please sign inđbefore you go downstairs.
š2135ćš2181ć...What did he say?đ- What could he say?
š2182ćš2248ćEverybody down at Casco Bayđknows that Peter Godsoe
š2249ćš2327ćwholesales nine pounds of potđfor every pound of lobster.
š2327ćš2375ćCan't say I blame him.
š2375ćš2450ćGot a house full ofđwomen to support.
š2451ćš2534ćThe question is, Robbie,đhow did that fellow know?
š2535ćš2585ćLikely in business together.
š2586ćš2636ćWhy would a fellowđwant to kill a harmless old lady
š2637ćš2680ćlike Martha Clarendonđunless he's high on drugs?
š2681ćš2724ćYou tell me that, Judge Kirby.
š2725ćš2772ćThat doesn't explainđhow he could know that
š2773ćš2849ćCat Withers was upđin Derry for an abortion.
š2850ćš2909ćWoman: Are there anyđmore blankets?
š2910ćš2957ćRobbie Beals,đHenry Bright,
š2958ćš3005ćyou boys thinkđyou could go downstairs
š3006ćš3081ćand bring up some more blanketsđout of the back storeroom,
š3082ćš3148ćor aren't you far enoughđalong with your politicking yet?
š3183ćš3246ćWhat's the matter, Ursula?
š3247ćš3311ćAll this a littleđtoo much for you, dear?
š3312ćš3391ćIsn't it about time to blowđthe whistle and bring them in?
š3392ćš3451ćLooks like enough of themđhave come in on their own.
š3451ćš3521ćThe rest can rideđit out just fine.
š3522ćš3605ćThis is a bunch of foolishnessđas far as I'm concerned.
š3606ćš3693ćDo you think our grandparentsđgot together at Town Hall
š3694ćš3754ćlike a bunch of cavepeopleđscared of the lightning?
š3755ćš3838ćNo, they usedđthe Methodist church.
š3839ćš3908ćI've got a picture I couldđshow you. The storm of '27.
š3909ćš3956ćI can point out your grandadđin it if you want.
š3957ćš4015ćLooks like he's stirringđa pot of soup.
š4016ćš4076ćNice to know there was at leastđone fellow in your family
š4077ćš4131ćthat knew how to pitch in.
š4131ćš4188ćCome on, Robbie.
š4311ćš4391ćSign in before you gođdownstairs, folks.
š4391ćš4454ćRoom enough for everybody,đbut we need to know who we have.
š4539ćš4633ćHey, Ursula.đHave you seen Mike?
š4634ćš4691ćNo. But I'll be able to catchđhis car radio if he calls in.
š4692ćš4751ćIt's not good forđmuch else tonight anyway.
š4751ćš4796ćHey, take off your coat,đpitch in.
š4797ćš4875ć- How's it going?đ- We're having a ball.
š4875ćš4942ć- Hey, Ralphie.đ- Hi.
š5973ćš6019ć(typing on computer)
š6093ćš6151ćGot to use the can.
š6152ćš6248ćYou want a cold drinkđor a coffee there, Pete?
š6434ćš6485ćEarth to Peter.
š6527ćš6601ćI asked if you wanted ađsoda or a coffee.
š6722ćš6773ćAre you all right?
š6774ćš6828ćYeah, I, uh...
š6829ćš6889ć...was battening downđfor the storm all day...
š6890ćš6937ćI guess I'm almost asleepđwith my eyes open.
š6938ćš6998ć- Sorry.đ- Hang in there.
š6999ćš7084ćJack Carver and Kirk Freemanđshould be here in 20 minutes.
š7319ćš7383ć(speaking quickly and quietly)
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