Here Come the Brides

Season 2 Episode 10

The Eyes of London Bob

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Nov 28, 1969 on ABC

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    • Jason: And I'll wait right here for you.
      Jeremy: Uh huh. Doing what?
      Jason: Well, preparing the new campsite.
      Jeremy: That's about an hour's work. What else you going to do?
      Jason: Well, Jeremy, there's a fine trout stream back in that canyon, and I'm going to look for a willow switch with the right amount of flexibility.
      Jeremy: Just as I thought. You're going to fish while I work, right?
      Jason: Right.

    • Biddie: Would you like some warm milk? Or maybe some tea?
      Candy: Um, no, thank you.
      Biddie: How about a slug of brandy? Well, they say it's very good in these situations.
      Candy: No, it'd just make me dizzy.
      Biddie: Oh. They say it's very good for the digestion.
      Candy: I didn't have any supper.
      Biddie: Oh. Well, they say it's very good for the appetite. Are you sure?
      Candy: Biddie, I don't want anything except to know that they've captured those convicts.
      Biddie: Well, I know, I know. Maybe just a little nip?
      Candy: Do you know, I think it's you that wants some.
      Biddie: Ohhh, oh, don't be silly, Candy.
      Candy: Oh, Biddy.
      Biddie: Umm?
      Candy: If you want some hot milk and brandy, why not just go ahead and have some?
      Biddie: Oh, oh heaven's no. Well, you know what they say about people who drink alone. Well, good night!

    • Clancey: Here, man, have a drink.
      Mike Donegan: I hate hard liquor.
      Clancey: Now I know you're not Irish.

    • Jeremy: Shall we put "Rest in Peace"?
      Jason: We don't have to. Bob found what he was looking for.
      Jeremy: You going to tell us who he was?
      Jason: I'll tell you all I know about him. He was a thief, a liar, a pirate. He was all those things... in most people's eyes.

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