Riverboat

Season 1 Episode 26

Three Graves

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Mar 14, 1960 on NBC
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The crew of the Enterprise plan a big night on the town when they arrive in Green City. But when they dock, they find the place completely deserted except for three new graves.

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      • Grey: Now what's this here, now? Flowered cravats? A clean shirt? Striped trousers? Chip, uh, you wouldn't have a pretty little thing up in Green City, now would you, huh?
        Chip: Well now that you mention it, Captain, maybe I have. Her name's Geraldine. I plan to bring her down river with me.
        Grey: You what?

      • Grey: Geraldine. Him only ten years old.
        Pickalong: Sir, Chip thought that Andy Jackson needed company. Geraldine's a dog.
        Grey: Oh. A dog?!?

      • Carney: You know, long walks were never intended for rivermen. You know, me feet feel like the skin on a scalded dog.

      • Grey: Tell the doctor we need him. Bad.
        Nora: My father's dead. I'm the doctor here.
        Grey: You're the doctor? A woman?
        Nora: That's right. I can tell you the story of my life if you want your friend to, uh, bleed to death.

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      • Nora: And I remember something that Keats said. That, uh "Love is a hut with water and a crust, so as love only cinders, ashes, and dust."
        Referencing the 1820 poem by John Keats, "Lamia," which tells the story of a Lamia who helps the Greek god hermes. In return for her help, Hermes transforms her into a human woman, and she falls in love with a human, Lycius.

      • Grey: He said, "As unto the bow, the cord is. So unto man, is woman. Useless, each without the other."
        Referencing "The Song of Hiawatha," Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 1855 epic poem, which presents the story of Hiawatha and her love, Minnehaha in 22 chapters.

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