- 1. Juice by Tappy. Juice by Tappy.
- 2. Juice by Tappy.
- 3. Tappy got juice. Tappy got juice.
- 4. Whoa, Tappy.
- 5. Juice. Juice. Who wants juice?
- 6. Juice.
- 7. Juice by you. Juice by you.
- 8. Juice. Juice by you.
- 9. Thank you. Thank you.
- 10. Thank you.
- 11. — We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 12. I said, we got a winner.
- 13. — We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 14. We got a winner.
- 15. Our winner is a flight attendant
from Washington, D.C.
- 16. Please welcome Mary Kellington.
- 17. Juice by Mary. Juice by Mary.
- 18. Juice by Mary.
- 19. Harold, please, not again the TV.
- 20. Ma. Come on, Ma.
- 21. Why you have to make
such a big deal, Ma?
- 22. You know you'll get the set back
in a couple of hours.
- 23. Why you gotta make me feel
so guilty, Ma?
- 24. Jesus. What are you trying to do?
- 25. You trying to get me
to break my mother's set?
- 26. Or break the radiator?
- 27. Maybe blow up the whole house?
- 28. Is that what you're trying to do?
Your own flesh and blood, Ma.
- 29. Is that what you're trying to do?
Your own son.
- 30. Why you always gotta play games
with my head, for chrissake?
- 31. Harold, I wouldn't do that.
- 32. But the chain isn't for you.
- 33. It's for the robbers.
- 34. Then why won't you come out?
- 35. See what I mean? You see how you
always gotta upset me, Ma?
- 36. For chrissake.
- 37. Ma?
- 38. Ma.
- 39. Come on out. Please, Ma?
- 40. Screw it.
- 41. This isn't happening.
- 42. And if it should be happening,
it would be all right.
- 43. So don't worry, Seymour.
- 44. It'll all work out.
- 45. You'll see already.
- 46. In the end, it's all nice.
- 47. Shit, man.
- 48. That motherfucker starting
to look a little seedy, Jim.
- 49. What, are you particular
all of a sudden?
- 50. Hey, baby, I don't care
if your motherfucker growing hair…
- 51. …as long as we get our bread.
- 52. — Just give me a hand, Ту.
— All right, man. We're out of here.
- 53. Look at that.
- 54. — Hello.
- 55. Whoopie fuck. The table too.
- 56. What do you want from me, huh?
You want me to schlep it on my back?
- 57. — You got it, friend.
— I ain't my leopard schlepping. Shit.
- 58. Such a son, a goner.
- 59. Your mother needs you
like a moose needs a hat rack.
- 60. What?
- 61. What?
- 62. Shit, man.
- 63. This is some boss skag, baby.
- 64. I mean, dynamite.
- 65. Oh, man, it's something else.
- 66. You know what we need to do?
- 67. We need to get us a piece
of this Brody shit…
- 68. …cut it up, and off it.
- 69. We could double our money easy.
- 70. We could buy us a couple of pieces…
- 71. …and we got some whole
another shit going on.
- 72. That would be righteous.
- 73. I bet in no time at all…
- 74. …we could get a pound of pure
straight from Sal the Geep.
- 75. That's what I'm talking about, baby.
- 76. — How's it going, babe?
— What's up, buddy?
- 77. — The usual?
— Yeah, it sounds good.
- 78. Jesus Christ.
- 79. Anything else?
- 80. Anything else?
- 81. No. Nothing. I'm all right.
- 82. — Good afternoon, Mrs. Goldfarb.
— Good afternoon, Mr. Rabinowitz.
- 83. Although I'm not so sure
how good it is.
- 84. — And you?
— What can I say?
- 85. — You want your TV?
— Yes, if you don't mind.
- 86. Mrs. Goldfarb, can I ask you
a question, you won't take it personal?
- 87. How many years we know each other?
Who's to count?
- 88. Why don't you tell already the police?
Maybe they could talk to Harry?
- 89. He wouldn't be stealing
no more the TV.
- 90. Mr. Rabinowitz, I couldn't do that.
- 91. Harry's my only child.
- 92. He's all I have.
- 93. Thank you, Mr. Rabinowitz.
- 94. Join us in creating excellence. Juice.
- 95. You'll have more passion for living
than you ever imagined.
- 96. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 97. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 98. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 99. — Yeah.
— Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 100. Change your life. Completely turn it
around. They got the juice?
- 101. — Yeah. They got the juice.
— Juice it up.
- 102. Hello. Who is it?
- 103. — Shit.
— Now what?
- 104. It will change your life.
You know how my life started out.
- 105. I was an overweight man,
living in a one-room apartment.
- 106. I didn't have the money
to feed myself anymore.
- 107. I had no will to live.
I'd hit my rock bottom.
- 108. I stopped right there. In 30 days…
- 109. — Hello?
— Mrs. Goldfarb? Mrs. Sara Goldfarb?
- 110. Me, speaking.
- 111. Mrs. Goldfarb, this is Lyle Russel
from Malin & Block.
- 112. — I'm not interested.
— Wait, Mrs. Goldfarb.
- 113. I'm not selling anything. Nothing.
I just want to offer you a chance…
- 114. …to be on television.
- 115. — You see, Malin & Block…
- 116. That's right, Mrs. Goldfarb.
- 117. — Look, I don't have any…
— I'm not looking for money.
- 118. I'm calling to tell you
you've already won.
- 119. Malin & Block discovers contestants
for most of America's television shows.
- 120. You've already been chosen
from a long list…
- 121. …of potential contestants,
meaning you've already won.
- 122. Yes, Mrs. Goldfarb.
- 123. I never thought I'd be on television.
I'm just a…
- 124. That's right. You, on television.
- 125. We'll be sending you all
the necessary information in the mail.
- 126. Goodbye, congratulations,
and take care.
- 127. Juice my life.
- 128. But I don't get it.
- 129. Why are you so hard on your folks?
- 130. I mean, they give you everything.
- 131. They hook you up with an apartment,
with a croaker shrink.
- 132. Which is fine, you know. It's great.
- 133. It's just money is never
what I really wanted from them.
- 134. You know?
- 135. That's pretty much all I have to give.
- 136. Why don't you get away from them?
- 137. How am I gonna do that?
- 138. I don't know.
- 139. What about your clothes?
- 140. Your sketches are great.
Open up a store.
- 141. I can't.
- 142. Why not?
- 143. Then when will I have time
to hang with you?
- 144. Well.
- 145. So where's the party?
- 146. When I tell you,
you're gonna jump out of the window.
- 147. This is a tough one.
- 148. I got a great diet book.
- 149. Hey.
- 150. They're coming.
- 151. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 152. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 153. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 154. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 155. — Thanks for the tip.
— Thanks for the tip.
- 156. Thank you.
- 157. It was commitment, it was passion,
it was three things.
- 158. Three things that I did. Three things
that I found could change my life.
- 159. I thought I'd catch a little sun today.
- 160. Really? Well, in a box, you'll catch it.
- 161. Why don't you just relax…
- 162. …and think how gorgeous you'll look
with your new red hair, huh?
- 163. Today the hair, tomorrow the sun.
- 164. Anybody want to waste some time?
- 165. Angel says this is the time.
We should do it now.
- 166. — Shit, I'm gonna call Brody tomorrow.
— Who's Brody?
- 167. That's my sweet connection.
He's got some unbelievable shit.
- 168. Shit, righteous.
- 169. Look, Marion, we got this idea.
- 170. What is it?
- 171. If we get a piece of this stuff, we can
cut it up and double our money.
- 172. Shit, man, then we get us
a pound of pure and retire.
- 173. Now, you know what that means.
- 174. Homeboy has it.
- 175. We can get off hard knocks,
and be on easy street.
- 176. Shit.
- 177. What's the catch?
- 178. That's a red. I mean, that's a red.
- 179. I mean, it's not a red red,
but that's a red. It's a red.
- 180. — Red?
— Yeah. It's a red.
- 181. — You're telling me that's red?
— Yeah, I'm telling you. It's a red.
- 182. Then what's orange?
- 183. If this is a red,
I want to know, what's orange?
- 184. Well, it could be…
- 185. …that it's a little orange too.
- 186. I need to know something.
- 187. I always thought you were
the most beautiful girl I ever seen.
- 188. Really?
- 189. Ever since I first saw you.
- 190. That's nice, Harry.
- 191. That makes me feel really good.
- 192. You know that other people
have told me that before.
- 193. And it was meaningless.
- 194. Why?
- 195. Because you thought
they were pulling your leg?
- 196. No, no, not like that.
I mean, I don't know.
- 197. I don't know or even care if they were.
- 198. It's just, from them, it was…
- 199. …just meaningless.
- 200. You know?
- 201. But you say it, and I hear it.
- 202. I really hear it.
- 203. You know, somebody like you could
really make things all right for me.
- 204. You think?
- 205. What is that?
- 206. Remember when I told you
about the store?
- 207. Yeah.
- 208. Well, I been thinking about it a lot…
- 209. …and I put together some numbers…
- 210. …and it's not impossible.
- 211. I mean, you know, you could do it.
You should do it.
- 212. I mean, we could do it together.
- 213. What do you think?
- 214. Stop already.
- 215. You'll feel better in the red dress
than in a cheese Danish.
- 216. Three things is all I did
to change my life. Three things.
- 217. — Number one.
— No red meat.
- 218. Think about it. What do they stick
in red meat? I ate red meat.
- 219. I ate red meat to the point
where I would eat it slab right off raw.
- 220. Loved my meat. I turned it around.
- 221. You need to be committed.
You need to be passionate.
- 222. No red meat.
No red meat for 30 days.
- 223. No red meat. You guys are terrific.
- 224. Three things is all I did
to change my life. Three things.
- 225. — Ada told us. It's gorgeous.
- 226. — We're gonna make it darker tomorrow.
— Why darker?
- 227. — To go with my red dress.
— But now it's looking like Madonna.
- 228. This is not Madonna.
- 229. And neither is this,
but soon I'm going on a diet.
- 230. — What diet are you on?
— Eggs and grapefruit.
- 231. — Oh, I was on that one. Lots of luck.
— It's not so bad.
- 232. — How long you been on it?
— All day.
- 233. All day? It's 1:00. All day.
- 234. — I'm thinking thin.
— She's thinking thin.
- 235. My Louise,
she lost 50 pounds just like that.
- 236. — Like that?
— Like what?
- 237. What did you do,
put her in a sweatbox?
- 238. No. She went to a doctor,
and he gave her pills.
- 239. — You don't want to eat.
— So? What's so good about that?
- 240. I'm sitting here not thinking about
chopped liver and pastrami on rye?
- 241. You really shouldn't talk like that
when someone's on a diet.
- 242. Oh, big deal.
- 243. I'll sneak another wedge of grapefruit.
- 244. — I'm thinking thin.
— Oh, Sara, the mailman.
- 245. Sara Goldfarb? You have
something for Sara Goldfarb?
- 246. — I'm expecting something.
— Ms. Goldfarb. Goldfarb.
- 247. — Sara Goldfarb.
— This is it?
- 248. — That's it. It's here.
— Wait, wait. I gotta get my stuff.
- 249. — All right.
— Okay, I got the tape.
- 250. Your name. What's your name?
Put down your name.
- 251. S-A-R-A…
- 252. …G-O-L-D…
- 253. …F-A-R-B.
- 254. Dynamite?
- 255. Dynamite.
- 256. Dynamite.
- 257. All right, we on our way. All right.
- 258. Brody's man said he got
some real fine shit, man.
- 259. All right, man.
- 260. Should be cool.
- 261. Hey, Ту?
- 262. — Let's do this right, man.
— Come on, baby. Naturally.
- 263. — Come on.
— Hurry, hurry. Let's hurry.
- 264. — I wonder when you'll hear.
— Yeah, me too.
- 265. — Hi.
— I want to come with you.
- 266. You know, maybe they'll send you
to Tavern on the Green.
- 267. That's where they send all those stars.
- 268. Yeah, I'm eating eggs and grapefruit
at Tavern on the Green.
- 269. I hope they have that.
- 270. — Hurry before the mailman comes.
— Here we are.
- 271. — Oh, God.
— Mail it.
- 272. Oh, it's done.
- 273. Oh, this is so exciting.
- 274. This is so exciting.
- 275. There it is, Jim.
- 276. There it is, baby.
- 277. Oh, shit.
- 278. Should we try?
- 279. Wait, Ту.
- 280. Look.
- 281. This is our chance to make it big.
- 282. We play it right…
- 283. …and we can get a pound of pure.
- 284. But if we get wasted…
- 285. …we'll fuck it up.
- 286. Right on.
- 287. Hey, look, I ain't trying to jive you, Jim.
- 288. I don't want to be running the streets
with my sneakers ripped up…
- 289. …and my nose running down
to my chin.
- 290. All I'm saying
is we should take a little taste…
- 291. …so we know how much to cut.
- 292. It's business.
- 293. Fair enough.
- 294. Shit.
- 295. Thank you. Three things is all I did
to change my life.
- 296. Thirty days is all it takes.
- 297. — Number two.
— Number two.
- 298. No refined sugar.
- 299. Sugar's everywhere in sight.
- 300. You know they even put sugar
in bottled water?
- 301. I was sick with sugar.
- 302. That was my medicine.
It nurtured me.
- 303. It nurtured my spiraling brain
that felt I was a loser.
- 304. — Juice by you.
— Juice by you.
- 305. — Number two is no refined sugar.
— No refined sugar.
- 306. Sodas? Don't even think
about sodas anymore.
- 307. No sucking candies. Very good, sir.
None of that stuff. Stay away from it.
- 308. Check loaves of bread. Watch your
toothpaste. No refined sugar.
- 309. I said, "For 30 days,
I'm gonna eat right.
- 310. I am gonna pick up my spirits…
- 311. …and I am gonna try."
- 312. I found hope.
- 313. And in that hope,
I found a way of thinking.
- 314. Shut up.
- 315. — Hello?
- 316. — Yeah?
- 317. Yeah?
- 318. I need the number of that doctor.
- 319. I don't understand
why you gotta see him.
- 320. Cut the son of a bitch loose,
- 321. Because I don't want him…
- 322. …mentioning to my parents
that I've stopped therapy.
- 323. They're already so pissed off at me,
they're thinking of cutting me off.
- 324. Harry, I'm not gonna sleep with him
- 325. I'm gonna come home
after the concert.
- 326. You're jealous.
- 327. Harry's jealous?
- 328. Oh, put your arms around me.
- 329. — No.
— Oh, you are so stubborn.
- 330. Put your arms around me.
- 331. Stop that.
- 332. I'll suck your eyeballs out.
- 333. Well?
- 334. I'm disappointed
that you're indisposed.
- 335. Is Anita out of town or something?
- 336. Why do you ask?
- 337. I was just wondering
if she was indisposed.
- 338. No. She's fine, thank you.
- 339. Actually, she's in Florida.
- 340. Can I ask something
- 341. Of course.
- 342. — Well.
— Anything. What?
- 343. I… You just have
something over here.
- 344. — It's gone?
— A little bit. Little bit lower.
- 345. It's okay. Don't worry about it.
It's much better. It's… Arnold.
- 346. So how are you, Mrs. Goldfarb?
- 347. How am I? Enormous.
- 348. — That's why I'm here.
— Oh, I've seen much worse.
- 349. Thank you.
- 350. How's your hearing and vision?
- 351. I have both.
- 352. The doctor will be with you shortly.
- 353. I see you're a little overweight.
- 354. A little? I have 50 pounds
I'm willing to donate.
- 355. We can take care of that.
- 356. No problem.
- 357. We're on our way, baby.
- 358. Baby, we're on our way.
- 359. God, it's great out there.
I mean, everybody is thirsty.
- 360. Come to me.
- 361. Harry.
- 362. I am so glad.
- 363. Naturally.
- 364. Naturally.
- 365. Naturally.
- 366. Purple in the morning…
- 367. …blue in the afternoon…
- 368. …orange in the evening.
- 369. There's my three meals,
- 370. And green at night.
- 371. Just like that. One, two, three, four.
- 372. Why don't you come back
to bed, baby?
- 373. Come on now, Alice.
- 374. Got plenty of time for that.
- 375. Right now I'm grooving
with these new mirrors I got.
- 376. I told you, Mom. One day I'd make it.
- 377. You don't have to make anything,
- 378. You just have to love
your mama, huh?
- 379. What you doing, baby?
- 380. What you doing, baby?
- 381. Nothing.
- 382. Just thinking about you.
- 383. And all the nasty things
I'm about to do to you.
- 384. Get over here.
- 385. Ту, you scare me sometimes.
- 386. Oh, now, I don't want to scare you.
- 387. Shit, I don't want to scare nobody.
- 388. All I want out of life is a little bit
of peace and happiness, that's all.
- 389. Right now…
- 390. …I'm with the finest fox
I ever laid my eyes on.
- 391. That's what I'll do.
- 392. For my mother, you know?
- 393. I been thinking about getting
something for her, you know, like…
- 394. Like a present or something.
- 395. But I didn't know
what I was gonna get.
- 396. — Until now.
- 397. I finally asked myself, right?
- 398. What's her fix?
- 399. Television, right?
- 400. I mean, if ever there's a TV junkie,
it's the old lady.
- 401. I figure I owe her a set anyway
with all the wear and tear it got…
- 402. …from being schlepped back and forth
to old Abe's all the time.
- 403. You really love her, don't you?
- 404. I guess so, you know?
- 405. Most of the time,
I just want her to be happy.
- 406. Let's go get it now.
- 407. Well, let's push off first.
- 408. It's early, Harry.
We shouldn't get going till tonight.
- 409. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 410. Be excited. Be, be excited.
- 411. Be excited.
- 412. You need to be committed.
You need to be passionate.
- 413. I am a living testament.
- 414. Sixty-five pounds thinner. I feel great.
- 415. Juice.
- 416. — Number three.
— Number three.
- 417. Whoa, number three.
- 418. This drives most people crazy.
- 419. This is easy so far…
- 420. …but give yourself the 30 days.
- 421. I guarantee you…
- 422. I mean, that is thin.
- 423. — She doesn't look the same.
— This is a waistline.
- 424. I can almost zip the dress.
The red dress?
- 425. — I've almost got the zipper up.
— Oh, Sara. The mailman.
- 426. When I see it,
I'm gonna wave it all over the place.
- 427. — Are you sure you looked?
— Yeah, I'm sure.
- 428. What did he say?
- 429. Don't worry, Sara. It'll come.
- 430. — He said it'll come.
— Yeah, don't worry.
- 431. — Two months for a package.
— Two months?
- 432. — It's Harry.
— Oh, look.
- 433. — Harry.
— Hey, Ma, easy.
- 434. You're gonna crush me,
- 435. Come inside.
- 436. — Hello.
— Hi, Harry.
- 437. — Hello, Harry.
— We'll have a little visit.
- 438. So how are you, Harry?
You're looking so good.
- 439. — You want something to eat?
— No, Ma.
- 440. A little nosh maybe? A piece of cake?
- 441. I could go out and get something
if you want.
- 442. I don't have anything in the house,
but Ada would have something.
- 443. A cupcake maybe?
You want something to eat?
- 444. No, no, Ma. Nothing. Please, sit.
- 445. You're making me dizzy, for chrissake.
- 446. Yeah. You notice anything
about me, huh?
- 447. You notice I'm slimmer?
- 448. — Yeah, I guess you are, Ma.
— Twenty-five pounds I lost.
- 449. Twenty-five pounds.
Can you believe it?
- 450. — And that's only the beginning.
— Great, Ma. That's really great.
- 451. I'm really happy for you,
but will you sit? Please.
- 452. Sorry I haven't been around in a while,
Ma, but I been busy. Real busy.
- 453. Oh, yeah? You got a good job?
You're doing real well?
- 454. — Yeah, real good. Real good.
— What kind of business?
- 455. Well, I'm sort of a distributor,
like, for a big importer.
- 456. — Hey, Ma.
— Oh, I'm so happy for you.
- 457. Easy. You're killing me.
- 458. Jesus, what,
have you been lifting weights?
- 459. — I always knew you could do that.
— You were right.
- 460. Now maybe you'll meet a nice girl
and have a baby?
- 461. Well, I already met one.
- 462. Ma. Ma, Ma, Ma,
don't go ape shit, all right?
- 463. So who is she?
Who's her parents?
- 464. — What do they do?
— You know her. Marion.
- 465. Marion Silver? Remember?
- 466. — Oh, Silver.
— Remember? Yeah.
- 467. Of course. Manhattan Beach.
- 468. He's got a house on the Esplanade.
- 469. Yeah. He's real big
in women's undies.
- 470. Hey, hey, before you go bouncing all
over again, and make me forget, Ma…
- 471. Just…
- 472. What I want to tell you is that…
- 473. …well, I got you a present.
- 474. Oh, Harry, I don't need a present.
Just have a baby.
- 475. Will you let me tell you what I got you?
- 476. Will you, Ma?
- 477. Christ, you are really something else
today, you know that?
- 478. Look, I know…
- 479. Well…
- 480. I'm sorry for being such a bastard.
- 481. I want to make it up.
- 482. I mean, I know I can't change
anything that's happened…
- 483. …but I want you to know that…
- 484. That I love you…
- 485. …and that I'm sorry.
- 486. And I want you to be happy.
- 487. So I got you a brand-new TV set.
- 488. It's gonna be delivered in
a couple of days. It's from Macy's.
- 489. Yeah.
- 490. Your father would be so happy…
- 491. …if he could see what you're doing
for your mother.
- 492. See that, Seymour?
- 493. You see how good your son is?
- 494. He knows what it's like for his mother,
living all alone.
- 495. No one to visit her.
- 496. Hey, Ma?
- 497. — You on uppers?
- 498. You're on uppers?
- 499. — You're on diet pills, ain't you?
— I told you. I'm going to a specialist.
- 500. That's what I thought.
- 501. You making a croaker for speed,
- 502. Harry, are you all right?
I'm going to a doctor.
- 503. — What does he give you, Ma? Pills?
— Of course he gives me pills.
- 504. What kind of pills?
- 505. A purple one, a blue one,
an orange one.
- 506. I mean, like, what's in them?
- 507. Harry, I'm Sara Goldfarb,
not Albert Einstein.
- 508. How should I know?
- 509. Does the stuff make you feel good,
sort of, and give you lots of pep?
- 510. Well, yeah, a little.
- 511. A little? I can hear you grinding
your teeth from here.
- 512. That goes away at night.
- 513. — At night?
— Yeah, when I take the green one.
- 514. Thirty minutes, I'm asleep.
Poof, just like that.
- 515. Ma, Ma.
- 516. You gotta cut that stuff loose.
- 517. — I'm telling you, it's no good.
— What do you mean, no good?
- 518. Twenty-five pounds I've lost.
- 519. Big deal. So what? You want
to be a dope fiend, for chrissake?
- 520. What is with the dope fiend? Am I
foaming at the mouth or something?
- 521. He's a nice doctor.
- 522. I am telling you,
that croaker's no good.
- 523. How come you know so much, huh?
- 524. How come you know more
about medicine than a doctor?
- 525. Believe me, Ma, I know.
- 526. All right?
- 527. You'll get strung out, for chrissake.
- 528. Come on. I almost fit in my red dress.
- 529. The one I wore
to your high-school graduation?
- 530. The one your father liked so much.
- 531. Oh, I remember how he looked at me
in that red dress.
- 532. Mama, what is the big deal
about the red dress?
- 533. I'm gonna wear it…
- 534. You don't know.
- 535. I'm gonna be on television.
- 536. I got a call and an application, and…
- 537. Come on, Ma. Who's pulling your leg?
- 538. No, no, no, I'm telling you.
- 539. I'm gonna be a contestant
on television. I don't know when yet.
- 540. They haven't told me when,
but you'll see how proud you are…
- 541. …when you see your mother
in a red dress…
- 542. …on television in golden shoes.
- 543. What is the big deal
about being on television?
- 544. Those pills you're taking will kill you
before you ever get on.
- 545. Big deal?
- 546. You drove up in a cab.
- 547. Did you see who had the best seat?
- 548. I'm somebody now, Harry.
- 549. Everybody likes me.
- 550. Soon, millions of people will see me…
- 551. …and they'll all like me.
- 552. I'll tell them about you…
- 553. …and your father.
- 554. How good he was to us.
- 555. Remember?
- 556. It's a reason to get up in the morning.
- 557. It's a reason to lose weight…
- 558. …to fit in the red dress.
- 559. It's a reason to smile.
- 560. It makes tomorrow all right.
- 561. What have I got, Harry?
- 562. Why should I even make the bed
or wash the dishes?
- 563. I do them, but why should I?
- 564. I'm alone.
- 565. Your father's gone.
- 566. You're gone.
- 567. I got no one to…
- 568. …care for.
- 569. What have I got, Harry?
- 570. I'm lonely.
- 571. I'm old.
- 572. You got friends, Ma.
- 573. It's not the same.
- 574. They don't need me.
- 575. I like the way I feel.
- 576. I like thinking about the red dress…
- 577. …and the television
and you and your father.
- 578. Now when I get the sun, I smile.
- 579. I'll come and visit, Ma.
- 580. You know, now that I'm straight,
my business is going good…
- 581. …I'll come, me and Marion.
We'll come for dinner.
- 582. Yeah, good. You bring her.
- 583. I'll make a mushroom soup
and a roast.
- 584. That sounds great, Ma.
- 585. That sounds great.
- 586. I'll give you a call ahead of time,
- 587. Okay.
- 588. I'm glad.
- 589. I'm glad you have a nice girl
and your own business.
- 590. I'm glad.
- 591. I gotta go, Ma.
- 592. I got an appointment in Manhattan
in a little bit, but…
- 593. — But I'll be back.
— Okay. You've still got your key?
- 594. Yeah, I got it, Ma.
- 595. Bye, son.
- 596. Brody says you coming up quick, kid.
- 597. Thanks, man.
- 598. He says you're smart, you're loyal,
and you're not a junkie.
- 599. Brody wants to promote you.
- 600. He wants to give you more
responsibility. You interested?
- 601. Yeah. Yeah. Shit, yeah, man.
- 602. Fuck me, I'll kill you.
- 603. — Brody says, you fuck him, I kill you.
— I got that.
- 604. Remember that.
- 605. Shit, you got a white driver.
- 606. Fuck.
- 607. What the fuck.
- 608. Don't move.
- 609. I love you, Harry.
- 610. You make me feel like a person.
- 611. Like I'm me.
- 612. And I'm beautiful.
- 613. You are beautiful.
- 614. You're the most beautiful girl
in the world.
- 615. You're my dream.
- 616. No, Mrs. Goldfarb. I'm absolutely
certain. I've checked again.
- 617. But maybe you gave me a weaker one
- 618. That isn't possible, Mrs. Goldfarb.
- 619. Like I said before,
they're all the same potency.
- 620. — But something isn't the same.
— You're becoming adjusted to them.
- 621. It's nothing to worry about,
Mrs. Goldfarb, okay?
- 622. We got a winner.
- 623. — We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 624. She's a beautiful woman
with a winning sense of humor…
- 625. …and a magical smile straight
from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.
- 626. Let's give a juicy welcome
to Mrs. Sara Goldfarb.
- 627. Juice by Sara. Juice by Sara.
- 628. Juice by Sara. Whoa, Sara got juice.
- 629. Sara got juice. Whoa, Sara.
- 630. Love. Love, Tyrone C.
- 631. Get your shit together. You made bail.
- 632. How much?
- 633. They got most of our cash,
and you're up for consorting.
- 634. Oh, shit, man.
- 635. Angel says there's a war
between the Italians and the blacks.
- 636. He says Sal the Geep
is keeping his shit down in Florida…
- 637. — …until guys like Brody are knocked off.
- 638. — No one's got a thing.
— Except Big Tim.
- 639. Well, shit, let's go see him.
- 640. He ain't selling.
- 641. He only give it up for pussy.
- 642. — What?
- 643. He's hooked on the thing, man.
- 644. I told him I'd give him all he wants.
He said I ain't cute enough for him.
- 645. Come on, number three.
- 646. Most people.
- 647. You're gonna like it.
- 648. This is easy.
- 649. In thirty days, it will. I gua…
- 650. You all right?
- 651. Yeah. It was just a bad dream.
- 652. Want some water?
- 653. — Maybe we should dip in now.
— Come on, Marion.
- 654. I already told you, all right?
- 655. It's all we have.
- 656. Tyrone is gonna score in the morning,
- 657. I don't know. It's… It's a bitch out there.
- 658. It'll be okay.
- 659. It'll be okay, Harry.
- 660. Yeah.
- 661. I guess so.
- 662. I love you, Harry.
- 663. What seems to be the problem?
Your weight's doing fine.
- 664. The weight's fine. I'm not.
- 665. The refrigerator.
- 666. Is something wrong?
- 667. Everything's…
- 668. …all mixed up.
- 669. — Confused.
— That's nothing to worry about.
- 670. Just get this filled.
- 671. Make an appointment for a week.
- 672. Well?
- 673. Ту ain't found nothing yet.
- 674. What are we gonna do?
- 675. I don't know.
- 676. Well, you have to do
- 677. It's your fault
that we don't have something.
- 678. What are you talking about?
- 679. You were all hot in the biscuit
to get off last night.
- 680. — That is such bullshit.
— You didn't have to.
- 681. — We could've had something.
— What was I to do?
- 682. I'm gonna sit around and watch you
push off and not go myself?
- 683. Just don't put it all on me, okay?
- 684. Don't worry, man.
- 685. We'll fill it up again.
- 686. You know, things will get better.
- 687. And then we'll be filling the box
back up, you know?
- 688. So you want to hear the news?
- 689. What news?
- 690. Well, you got your good news,
you got your bad news.
- 691. Shoot.
- 692. The good news is, a couple of days…
- 693. …there's gonna be some prime
back on the street.
- 694. Really?
- 695. Who told you that?
- 696. — Angel.
- 697. Yeah, he said, Sal the Geep
- 698. …to let a couple of keys
go for the season.
- 699. Him being a good Christian
- 700. …and he don't mind feeding
during the glorious season.
- 701. — You believe it?
— Well, I did.
- 702. Until I heard the bad news.
- 703. Yeah?
- 704. The price is double.
- 705. You're gonna have to cop for weight.
At least a half a piece.
- 706. How much?
- 707. — Two.
- 708. — That's fucking insane.
— Hey, what the fuck you gonna do?
- 709. Man ain't gonna lay no nickel bag
on you, that's for sure.
- 710. Where are we gonna get two?
- 711. You mean Arnold?
- 712. Well, your parents won't even return
- 713. I haven't seen him in months.
- 714. So what, he's still calling, ain't he?
- 715. I don't know.
- 716. Look, I don't know what else to do.
- 717. Okay, this is our last chance
to get back on track.
- 718. We won't have to scuffle and make
the freezing scene every day.
- 719. We need the bread.
- 720. Getting the money
is not the problem, Harry.
- 721. Well, what is the problem,
- 722. I don't know what I'm gonna have to do
to get it.
- 723. Look.
- 724. Baby.
- 725. We'll be back in business in no time.
- 726. We'll start moving again.
- 727. We'll start saving.
- 728. It'll be perfect, just like it was.
I promise, Marion.
- 729. You'll see.
- 730. No, I'm just…
- 731. I've had this flu forever it seems like.
- 732. Are you depressed?
- 733. No. It's nothing like that.
- 734. I've been really busy.
- 735. Actually, I've been designing nonstop.
- 736. That's wonderful.
- 737. Glad to hear you've been productive.
- 738. To be perfectly frank…
- 739. …I was a little surprised
to hear from you.
- 740. Is there something wrong?
- 741. No. Why?
- 742. Well, it's usually the case…
- 743. …when you get a call from someone
you haven't heard from for a while.
- 744. Everything's fine.
- 745. Actually.
- 746. I have a favor to ask.
- 747. You smug fuck.
- 748. What is it?
- 749. — I need to borrow some money.
— May I ask what for?
- 750. Can you turn the light off?
- 751. What do you want the light off for?
- 752. I just do.
- 753. — You never did before.
— Please, Arnold.
- 754. For that special someone in your life.
I had these, which I got for my wife…
- 755. …and she loves it. And all her friends
are always wanting to see it.
- 756. And you know, when they hold it,
they're amazed at how heavy it is.
- 757. It's really got some nice…
- 758. What you've always wanted.
- 759. A genuine, hand-crafted
Sapphire and diamond ring.
- 760. And you're gonna really
love the original.
- 761. You'll want to buy one
for all of your friends.
- 762. The holidays are coming
right around the corner.
- 763. You need to make some decisions
soon before they're all gone.
- 764. Sapphire is my wife's birthstone.
- 765. — Where is everybody?
— I don't know, man.
- 766. All Angel said was
meet at Walbaron's.
- 767. — You sure this is the right Walbaron's?
— Yeah, man. I'm positive. All right?
- 768. Look, will you just watch my back?
- 769. And I'll watch yours, all right?
- 770. What the fuck are we supposed
to do now?
- 771. Hey.
- 772. — Everyone and their mother.
— The truck's gonna be here soon.
- 773. Yeah, the truck's gonna be here.
- 774. Back up.
- 775. You ain't gotta be putting up a front.
- 776. Gun! Gun!
- 777. Stupid fucking junkie, man.
- 778. — Them motherfuckers is going back.
— That was the last shit.
- 779. Sitting their ass in that sun
while we sit here ass deep…
- 780. …in some motherfucking snow.
- 781. Hey.
- 782. What would happen
if we went down there to cop?
- 783. — Are you serious?
— Why not?
- 784. What the fuck are you saying?
- 785. We supposed to walk up to some clerk
at a hotel and ask him for a connection?
- 786. Get with it. You telling me that you can't
nose out some dope when it's around?
- 787. Man, we got nothing to lose.
- 788. It's wide open,
and if we get there right away…
- 789. …we can name our own price,
and we can sit back…
- 790. …and have those fucking fools
scuffle the streets for us.
- 791. Yeah, man.
- 792. Last summer was
a motherfucking ball, huh, Jim?
- 793. Yeah.
- 794. It just seems like a thousand years
ago since last summer, man.
- 795. It'll be like that again, man.
- 796. I can get Angel to get us a short…
- 797. …if we promise him
some dynamite skag.
- 798. Baby.
- 799. Where have you been?
- 800. — Where the hell you think I been?
— Waiting all day for you.
- 801. Where's the score?
- 802. Well, we had a little bit of a problem.
- 803. You see,
I mean, everything was going good…
- 804. …and then some dumb-ass junkie…
- 805. Did what?
- 806. Some dumb-ass junkie did what?
- 807. You mean, you fucked it up?
- 808. What the fuck is wrong with you?
- 809. You promised me that everything
was gonna be okay.
- 810. I fucked that sleazebag for you, and I
put myself through fucking hell for you.
- 811. — There's nothing out there.
— I don't give a shit.
- 812. You fucking loser.
- 813. You want to be sure
we have some extra stuff?
- 814. Ту told me about a guy
who's holding some weight.
- 815. But he ain't selling it.
- 816. — Yeah?
— Yeah, Ту. Give me that guy's number.
- 817. — What guy?
— The guy who likes broads.
- 818. Big Tim? For what?
- 819. — Just give me the fucking number.
— All right.
- 820. 934-8777.
- 821. You worry so goddamn much, here,
go fix yourself up with him.
- 822. You won't have to
fucking wait around…
- 823. …and I won't have to freeze my ass off
in the fucking streets.
- 824. Fuck you.
- 825. — All right. We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 826. — Oh, we got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 827. — We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 828. She's a beautiful woman
with a winning sense of humor…
- 829. …and a magical smile.
She's really gonna win your heart.
- 830. Straight from Brighton Beach,
- 831. …please give a juicy welcome
to our very own Mrs. Sara Goldfarb.
- 832. Juice by Sara. Juice by Sara.
- 833. Juice by Sara. Whoa, Sara.
- 834. Whoa, Sara.
- 835. — It's a pleasure to be here.
— It's a pleasure to have you.
- 836. And that is one smashing dress
you have on.
- 837. Okay, Tappy, if you don't mind,
I would just like to say hello…
- 838. …to my husband Seymour…
- 839. …and to my beautiful, successful son,
- 840. I hope you're in love.
- 841. Please come and see me.
- 842. And bring Marion, won't you?
- 843. I'm sure he'll be here soon.
- 844. It's almost that time. Are you ready?
- 845. I'm ready, Tappy.
- 846. Not to worry. Not to worry.
- 847. — Thirty days to revolutionize your life.
— What are you doing there?
- 848. — Why are you here?
— Join us in creating the excitement.
- 849. What do you want?
- 850. — Oh, Tappy.
— Juice. Join us in creating excellent…
- 851. I thought you'd never ask.
- 852. Oh, my God.
- 853. Look at this.
- 854. It's disgusting.
- 855. Well, what do you expect?
- 856. Could you do any better?
- 857. — Look at this. It's cracking.
— It's an old building.
- 858. It hasn't been painted in years.
- 859. I'm old. Alone.
- 860. You don't understand.
- 861. Please. I'll explain.
- 862. What is it? What is it?
No, I don't want that.
- 863. What are you doing?
Get away from me.
- 864. — Ready, Mrs. Goldfarb.
— Ready for what?
- 865. Three, two…
- 866. What? What am I supposed to do?
- 867. I don't know what to…
- 868. Feed me, Sara.
- 869. Feed me Sara.
- 870. — Feed me, Sara.
— Feed me.
- 871. Feed me, Sara.
- 872. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 873. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 874. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 875. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 876. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 877. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 878. Feed me, Sara. Feed me, Sara.
- 879. Thank you, Angel.
- 880. I sure hope this motherfucker works,
- 881. My ass could use some heat. How
long you think this trip gonna take?
- 882. We'll make it in a day, no problem.
- 883. — A day?
- 884. Shit. California, here we come.
- 885. It's Florida, Ту. Florida.
- 886. Shit, man. California, Florida.
- 887. Either way,
your pale ass getting a tan, man.
- 888. Do you know if this train goes
to Madison Avenue?
- 889. Do you know Malin & Block?
- 890. I have their address.
It's on Madison Avenue.
- 891. — I'm gonna be on television.
— You're a wack.
- 892. Hey, hey.
- 893. Hello? Do you know if this train
Goes to Madison Avenue?
- 894. I'm gonna be on television.
- 895. I just have to find out when.
- 896. Florida.
- 897. Oh, when is he gonna be back?
- 898. A few days.
- 899. Angel, what am I supposed to do?
- 900. Angel, you gotta help me.
- 901. Oh, come on. I can get you money.
- 902. Angel, there's gotta be something.
Anything. Help me.
- 903. Why aren't you calling me?
- 904. I have to know when I'm gonna be
- 905. I'm Sara Goldfarb.
- 906. And you should tell me
when I'm gonna be on television.
- 907. Just sit for a moment. I'll ring them.
- 908. I just wanna know when.
Maybe you lost my card.
- 909. Please, darling. You'll have a look,
and you'll tell me.
- 910. It's not the prizes.
- 911. I'll give them away.
- 912. I just want to be on the show.
- 913. I've waited so long…
- 914. …to be on with my Harry…
- 915. …and my grandson.
- 916. Here, Mrs. Goldfarb. Sip this.
- 917. Sometimes it takes a while
to get called for a show, Mrs. Goldfarb.
- 918. — Is this her?
- 919. — Can you walk?
— I'm walking across the stage.
- 920. And you should see my Harry
- 921. We're giving the prizes away.
- 922. I just wanted to be on the show.
- 923. — What's her name?
— We think it's Sara Goldfarb.
- 924. Call Seymour.
- 925. And tell him to meet me
at the beauty parlor.
- 926. I got the red dress that I wore
to Harry's graduation…
- 927. …and the gold shoes.
- 928. Okay, Mrs. Goldfarb. Here we go.
- 929. One, two, three.
- 930. Let's take it nice and easy.
- 931. Yeah?
- 932. Yeah?
- 933. Hi.
- 934. Harold, I'm going to be on television.
- 935. Oh, shit.
- 936. Goddamn, Jimmy.
How long you had that?
- 937. Just a few days.
- 938. That shit don't look too good.
- 939. Yeah, it don't feel
too good either, man.
- 940. But a little stuff will take care of that.
- 941. Hey, hey, What's wrong with you?
Don't shoot in there.
- 942. I'll blow it if I don't.
- 943. Fuck it.
- 944. Shit.
- 945. — He's gonna be surprised.
— Hi, how are you? Can you hear me?
- 946. — Yeah, Seymour.
— Did you take anything?
- 947. I took my red dress, and…
- 948. — No emergency. Take her to Psych.
- 949. Come on in.
- 950. Thanks.
- 951. What's your name?
- 952. Marion.
- 953. Well, what do you know.
- 954. Maid Marion.
- 955. I'm Little John.
- 956. — You have a beautiful view.
— Know what I like about paddy chicks?
- 957. They give good head.
- 958. Now, black broads don't know nothing
about no head.
- 959. I don't know why.
- 960. Maybe it has something to do
with some ancient tribal customs.
- 961. Come here.
- 962. Better save some of that energy.
- 963. Come on.
- 964. Oh, I know it's pretty, baby.
- 965. But I didn't take it out for air.
- 966. Yeah.
- 967. I told your ass,
stay away from that arm. See?
- 968. I gotta call Marion, man.
- 969. That's about
to be a long distance call now.
- 970. That's 600 miles.
- 971. Man, we are 600 miles
closer to Miami.
- 972. Yeah, it's also 600 miles further away
from New York, Ту.
- 973. I know where you can pick up
a real nice taste.
- 974. Though it's more like play.
- 975. We're throwing a little gathering.
All good people.
- 976. No. I can't. I'm busy.
- 977. Anyway, I'm not really hooked.
- 978. Oh, I know.
- 979. But it's a real nice taste.
- 980. I'll see you Sunday, Maid Marion.
- 981. Mrs. Goldfarb. Just try
and answer my questions, okay?
- 982. When did you start taking the pills?
- 983. — The summer.
— You started in the summer.
- 984. — Last summer?
— I got the best place in the sun.
- 985. — Okay.
— Ada fixed my hair.
- 986. Everything is gonna be all right.
We'll get you fixed up in no time.
- 987. — Hold tight, man. Hold tight.
— I can't cut it, man. I can't cut it.
- 988. I gotta do something
about this arm, Ту.
- 989. All right.
Let me see what it looks like, man.
- 990. Oh, damn, Jim.
- 991. — Oh, man.
— That's the ugliest motherfucker…
- 992. …I ever seen.
- 993. — I gotta call Marion.
— Fuck that.
- 994. We gotta get you to a hospital, man.
- 995. What is that?
- 996. I don't want that. I don't want that.
- 997. God.
- 998. What's the problem?
- 999. It's my arm. My arm is killing me.
- 1000. Let's have a look at it.
- 1001. All right.
- 1002. I'll be back in a minute.
- 1003. I want to just play Blackjack all night
long. So I make up this routine.
- 1004. I tell them,
"You guys go. I don't feel good.
- 1005. You guys go and have a good time."
- 1006. Sure enough, they leave the room.
- 1007. — Ready. One, two, three.
— Two, three.
- 1008. And then, as soon as they leave…
- 1009. …I go running back down to the casino,
sit at my Blackjack table, man.
- 1010. I am there for the whole night.
- 1011. Finally, I get up so big…
- 1012. …I've got $500 black chips
in my pocket.
- 1013. I swear to God.
- 1014. The hours are going by, I'm laying
back, I'm hitting on hard 17s.
- 1015. It was beautiful.
- 1016. Next thing I know,
this guy is sitting next to me.
- 1017. He's a security guard.
He's telling me I have to leave…
- 1018. …like it's a nice conversation. I'm like,
"Why are you telling me to leave?"
- 1019. He says, "You have to because you've
been betting with the man next to you."
- 1020. — And then…
- 1021. Swallow.
- 1022. The guy is forcing me out of the room.
- 1023. Swallow.
- 1024. Rob Smart to Kid Care.
- 1025. Rob Smart to Kid Care, please.
- 1026. You have to eat, Mrs. Goldfarb.
- 1027. If we're gonna get you healthy,
you have to eat. Okay?
- 1028. Work with the attendants. I'm gonna try
new medications. They should help.
- 1029. Hello?
- 1030. Marion?
- 1031. Harry?
- 1032. Marion, I've been thinking about you
- 1033. Are you okay?
- 1034. When are you coming home?
- 1035. Soon.
- 1036. When?
- 1037. Soon.
- 1038. — You're holding out, right?
- 1039. Can you come today?
- 1040. Yeah.
- 1041. Yeah. I'll come.
- 1042. I'll come today.
- 1043. You just wait for me, all right?
- 1044. — Okay, Harry.
— I'm coming back, Marion.
- 1045. — Yeah.
- 1046. Yeah?
- 1047. I'm really sorry, Marion.
- 1048. I know.
- 1049. Mrs. Goldfarb?
- 1050. You all right?
- 1051. So, Mrs. Goldfarb,
we've tried several medications…
- 1052. …and you don't seem
to be responding.
- 1053. I believe we might be at a point…
- 1054. …where we might want to try
some alternative methods.
- 1055. We've had excellent results
with ЕСТ in the past.
- 1056. So if I can just get
your John Hancock…
- 1057. …we'll get underway.
- 1058. Great. Thanks.
- 1059. — Oh, Jesus Christ.
— Somebody help us.
- 1060. — I need a doctor, man.
— My friend is sick.
- 1061. — I need some help, please. Help us.
— I can't take it, man. My arm.
- 1062. — My fucking arm.
— Just hang in fucking tight.
- 1063. — Oh, man!
— Help us!
- 1064. Somebody fucking help us, please!
- 1065. Maid Marion.
- 1066. Welcome.
- 1067. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
— Yes, sir.
- 1068. Okay for work.
- 1069. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
— Yes, sir.
- 1070. Okay for work.
- 1071. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
— Yes, sir.
- 1072. Okay for work.
- 1073. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
— Yes, sir.
- 1074. Okay for work. Can you hear me?
Can you see me?
- 1075. — Yes, sir.
— Okay for work.
- 1076. — Fellows, meet Marion.
— Can you hear me? Can you see me?
- 1077. Okay for work.
- 1078. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
— Yes, sir.
- 1079. Okay for work.
- 1080. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
— Yes, sir.
- 1081. Okay for work.
- 1082. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
- 1083. Okay for work.
- 1084. — Can you hear me? Can you see me?
- 1085. Say sir. Goddamn New York,
- 1086. Learn some manners.
- 1087. Can you hear me? Can you see me?
- 1088. — Yes, sir.
— Okay for work.
- 1089. — Mouthpiece.
— Can you hear me? Can you see me?
- 1090. Says he's got something wrong
with his arm.
- 1091. I don't think he'll be putting dope
in that arm.
- 1092. Smells worse than he do.
- 1093. Test.
- 1094. Get him to the hospital.
I don't expect he'll live out the week.
- 1095. Ready, and one.
- 1096. That's the trouble
with you New York dope fiends.
- 1097. You got a rotten attitude,
you know that, man?
- 1098. — So what are we gonna do now?
— Ass to ass.
- 1099. Ass to ass.
- 1100. Put your spineless back into it.
- 1101. Come on.
- 1102. Ready, and two.
- 1103. Ass to ass.
- 1104. Put it in there.
- 1105. That's it.
- 1106. — Nice and easy.
— Keep it in.
- 1107. That's the way.
- 1108. Lose the clothes. I need one gram.
- 1109. Don't give up. Don't give up.
- 1110. Move it. Move it. Move it.
- 1111. Okay. Ready, and three.
- 1112. Come, come, come.
- 1113. Come, come, come.
- 1114. We're gonna take it off at the shoulder.
Let's move it, people.
- 1115. Come, come, come.
- 1116. Marion!
- 1117. Marion?
- 1118. It's all right.
- 1119. Don't worry. You're in a hospital.
- 1120. — Marion?
— Who's that?
- 1121. She'll be sent for. She'll come.
- 1122. No.
- 1123. No?
- 1124. No, she won't.
- 1125. She'll come.
- 1126. — All right. We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 1127. — We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 1128. — We got a winner.
— We got a winner.
- 1129. Our next winner
is that delightful personality…
- 1130. …straight
from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.
- 1131. Please give a juicy welcome
to Mrs. Sara Goldfarb.
- 1132. I'm delighted to tell you that you have
just won the grand prize.
- 1133. Oh, no.
- 1134. Let me tell you what you've won.
- 1135. Your prize has a sweet smile
and his own private business.
- 1136. He just got engaged and is about
to get married this summer.
- 1137. Will you please give a warm
and juicy welcome.
- 1138. Harry Goldfarb.
- 1139. Juice by Harry. Juice by Harry.
- 1140. Juice by Harry. Whoa, Harry.
- 1141. Harry got juice. Harry got juice.
- 1142. I love you, Harry.
- 1143. I love you, too, Ma.