Al: Peg, Peg. I can't sleep, what can I do?
Peggy: Well, since we're not using the telephone, we could wrap the cord around your neck and slowly tighten it 'til the sandman comes.
Al: Ah, you women. You can't forget about that maternal instinct, can you?
(Peggy is on the phone with her mother)
Peggy: Yeah, the new crime light is really nice. Everyone in the neighborhood is real happy about it.
Al: I hate those new crime lights. They make everything look yellow. The neighborhood is ugly enough during the day without having to look at it at night.
Peggy: I can't comment on that right now, Mom. Al just alkwed in the orde.
Al: Pig-latin Peg? Must be your mother. Tell her I said 'Oink'.
Al: Oh gee, look dear, the new telephone bill came. Lets see. Oh, there is some big fat bills from Milwaukee. You know anybody big and fat from Milwaukee, Peg?
Episode Title: For Whom the Bell Tolls
This episode shares its name with a 1940 Ernest Hemingway novel.
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