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Season 3 Episode 9

A Star In Stripes Forever

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Aired Unknown Oct 18, 1997 on AMC
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A Star In Stripes Forever
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Betty's out of town and Mackie's in charge...or is he? Maybe you should ask his alter-ego, Warren. A visitor from the not-so-pleasant past definitely isn't fooled by his temporary name change, and even though Mackie certainly seems like a swell kind of guy, is he really? It will take his friends at the station to help him out of this new tight spot. Won't you join host Eugenia Bremer as we "Listen To Your Life"?moreless

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      • (Eugenia , pretending to be Mackie, makes small talk with a shady old "friend" of Mr. Bloom's after his hulking "assistant" has left)
        Eugenia: Oh, are you in the profession yourself, Mr.-
        Palermo: -Palermo Racine. No, ma'am. I am primarily in the insurance trade.
        Eugenia: Personal, accident, health?
        Palermo: Yes, all that. We step in wherever someone might have a serious accident and we present them with a payment plan that takes into account their assets and our needs.
        Eugenia: "Accidents can happen" is your slogan?
        Palermo: It is our policy. We have on more than one occasion been able to save a client from receiving great injury.
        Eugenia: How did you do that?
        Palermo: By saying, "All right, Link, he's had enough."

      • Gertie: Betty, where's the radio convention this year?
        Betty: It's in Utica. That's in New York.
        Gertie: Ooooh.
        Hilary: It's in a kind of New York, Betty.
        Betty: Oh, really, Hilary--have you been there?
        Hilary: I did summer stock there when my stock was at an all time low. But--a long weekend in Utica can be the equivalent of a college education.
        Betty: How so?
        Hilary: It'll feel like four years.

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