FIRST DRAFT SCRIPT:
EPISODE: 0301 (039)
A PERIOD PIECE
October 17, 1988
Michael G. Moye
AL BUNDY .............. ED O'NEILL
PEGGY BUNDY ........... KATEY SAGAL
STEVE RHOADES ......... DAVID GARRISON
MARCY RHOADES ......... AMANDA BEARSE
KELLY BUNDY ........... CHRISTINA APPLEGATE
BUD BUNDY ............. DAVID FAUSTINO
INT. BUNDY LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN - NIGHT
(PEGGY AND AL ARE ON THE COUCH. FAST FOOD WRAPPERS ARE IN FRONT OF THEM. AL CRUMPLES AN EMPTY
WRAPPER AND TOSSES IT. HE PUTS HIS ARM AROUND HER)
AL Another great meal, Peg. Y'know, honey, you're incredible, I mean you ignore the
children, you neglect the house, and still you find time to let the dinner get cold
before you serve it. How do you do it?
PEGGY (MODESTLY) Well, Al. I care enough about me, not to care about you.
(HE GIVES HER A LITTLE SQUEEZE)
AL Y'know, it's times like these I just want to take you upstairs, and plug that hole in
AL Listen, Peg. My week off starts tonight, so if there's anyplace you've always wanted to
go, pack up, take the kids and I'll see you in a week.
PEGGY Not this year, Al. If I leave you alone, all you do is mess up the house.
(SHE KICKS A BAG OFF THE COFFEE TABLE SO SHE CAN PUT HER FEET UP)
PEGGY This year you're gonna do all the things you promised you'll do when you have the time.
(SHE TAKES OUT LIST)
PEGGY Let's see. Consumate marriage. Nah, that's more of a do-it-yourself job.
(CROSSES IT OFF. AL REACTS)
PEGGY Here we go. Here's stuff you can do. Paint the house, plant the lawn, caulk the windows,
... (SNEAKING IT IN) ... do the laundry. (SNEAKS LOOK AT HIM) Fix the toilet, clean the
gutters, and, if you have time, talk to the children.
AL Both Bud and Nancy?
PEGGY It's Kelly, Al.
AL Whatever. Look, Peg, this is my week off. Do you know what a week off is? Well, you know
what you do every day since we've been married? See, they only give me five days to do
PEGGY Al, if you won't do these chores, who will?
AL How 'bout Sid and Nancy?
PEGGY That's Bud and Kelly.
AL Yeah, them.
AL Can you get that, Peg?
PEGGY (TAKES LIST AND WRITES) Answer door. (HANDS LIST TO AL) Good night.
(SHE EXITS UPSTAIRS. AL ANSWERS THE DOOR TO STEVE)
AL Hi Steve. Sorry you can't stay.
STEVE Yes I can. Marcy gave me 'til nine. Al, I've got great news. Remember what we talked
about last week?
AL Odorless, tasteless poison?
STEVE No, no. Before that, Al. About us going fishing. Well, I got us a cabin away from
everything. It's on a lake so loaded with fish they jump on your hook. It's just the
way wilderness should be. "No trespassing" signs everywhere. And a Seven-Eleven just
ten minutes away. What do you think?
AL What do I think?
(AL MIMICS THE OPENING BARS OF "DUELING BANJOES" FROM DELIVERANCE. THEN STEVE TAKES THE
SECOND BAR. THEY MIMIC TOGETHER A FEW BEATS)
AL Let's not wake up Peg. If she hears me having fun, she'll want some too. How long do
we have the cabin for?
STEVE Five whole days.
AL Five days. Oh, man.
STEVE Uh, Al. The cabin cost me two hundred and fifty dollars.
AL No need to apologize to me, Steve. If I'm going for free I have no right to complain.
Now, listen, Buddy.
(HE USHERS STEVE OUT)
AL We'll use your car, pick me up at six. Don't knock. The door will be open and I'll be
STEVE All right. Look, Al. Maybe you can't afford to chip in for the cabin, but let's clear
up one point up front. The food...
(AL HOLDS UP HIS HAND TO STOP HIM)
AL I'm way ahead of you here, Steve. But like I said before, when I go somewhere for free,
I eat whatever is put on my plate.
STEVE (MUTTERS) I gotta find some friends.
INT. BUNDY LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN - MORNING
(AL ENTERS QUIETLY FROM UPSTAIRS CARRYING A SUITCASE. HE PUTS IT BY THE TACKLE BOX BY THE
DOOR. HE CROSSES TO THE KITCHEN, AND SITS DOWN TO WRITE A NOTE)
AL (WRITES) Dear Peg. (THINKS A BEAT, THEN CROSSES SOMETHING OUT) Peg. By the time you
read this there will be nothing you can do about it. I was called away on an emergency
fishing trip. I'll be away a week. I wouldn't blame you if you took the kids and left
me. But if you do, take the dog too. I guess this is goodbye. Love, Al. (CROSSES
SOMETHING OUT) Al.
(HE STARTS TO TAKE IT TO THE REFRIGERATOR, THEN CHANGES HIS MIND AND TAPES IT TO THE TV. THE
DOOR OPENS AND STEVE STICKS HIS HEAD IN)
STEVE (SINGING WHISPER) Cock-a-doodle-doo.
(AL MOTIONS HIM IN AND HEADS TO FRIDGE FOR BEER. STEVE AND MARCY, DRESSED FOR CABINING,
ENTER. AL TIPTOES BACK WITH BEER)
AL Hi, Steve. Hi, Marce.
(AL PULLS STEVE ASIDE)
AL Uh, Steve, isn't she gonna find out about the trip?
STEVE What kind of a guy do you think I am? Like I'd really go away for a week without my
MARCY Where's Peggy? (CALLING UPSTAIRS) Come on, Peggy. Time to go.
PEGGY (O.S.) Marcy, is that you?
MARCY Yeah. C'mon. Wake the kids. We're going fishing.
PEGGY (O.S.) Shhh. You'll wake up Al.
(AL REACTS AND STARES AT STEVE. HE TAKES THE NOTE OFF THE TV UNHAPPILY)
INT. MICHIGAN CABIN - DAY
(MARCY ENTERS TAKING PICTURES OF EVERYTHING, PEGGY FOLLOWS. THEY OOH AND AAH)
MARCY I love it! It's so rustic! (TAKING DEEP BREATH) And that air smells great!
PEGGY Grab it while you can. Al is almost in.
(AL, STEVE AND BUD ENTER. THEY ARE LOADED DOWN WITH STUFF)
AL Okay. Peg, this hairdryer is yours. Marcy, this case of bottled water is yours. And I
believe this hernia is mine.
MARCY It's a beautiful cabin, Steve.
(DURING THE FOLLOWING MARCY UNPACKS AND PUTS THINGS AWAY)
BUD Great job, Mr. Rhoades.
(BUT PUTS OUT HIS HAND FOR "FIVE". STEVE GOES TO SLAP HIM FIVE BUT BUD PULLS HIS HAND AWAY
AND SMOOTHS HIS HAIR. STEVE REACTS)
PEGGY Isn't he cute?
STEVE (MUTTERS) Even squid love their young.
(KELLY ENTERS, WITH THE FISHING EQUIPMENT. SHE TOSSES THEM DOWN)
KELLY What a dump.
AL Kelly, honey, let me explain something about fishing rods. When you throw them down,
you break them. Then daddy can't fish. And if daddy can't fish, he's stuck with mommy.
Which means we drove up here for nothing.
KELLY I didn't ask to come, and I didn't ask to be born.
AL (BEAT) Peg?
PEGGY It's her time of the month, Al.
AL Then why the hell did we bring her?
(KELLY THROWS HERSELF IN A CHAIR AND MOANS)
BUD Squeaked through another month, eh, Kell?
KELLY Your mother.
BUD Your father.
PEGGY Now, kids. We came up here to have fun. Leave your sister alone before she rips your
heart out, dear.
AL Look, Kelly. I came up here for a good time. I understand why you have to do this. I
just don't understand why it has to be now.
KELLY Go away. Where's my room?
STEVE This is it.
KELLY You mean there's no bedroom?
STEVE Of course not, it's a cabin.
KELLY It's an outhouse.
AL Hey, this cost me and Steve a small fortune and you're gonna like it.
PEGGY C'mon, everybody. Let's have fun. Let's go shopping. We passed a nice little rustic
store on the way up, where men were chopping wood with their shirts off. We could go
MARCY I know what we can do, let's go on a nature hunt. We can collect leaves and arrowheads
and take pictures of the wildlife.
AL Then we can get naked and sing "This Land Is Your Land". Steve, I don't know about
you, but I'm goin' fishin'.
STEVE I'm with you, buddy.
BUD Just us men, eh, Mr. Rhoades?
STEVE You said it.
(BUD PUTS OUT HIS HAND FOR "FIVE". STEVE GIVES IT TO HIM. BUD FAKES HIM OUT AGAIN. HE
SNICKERS. AL SMILES PROUDLY. AL EXITS. BUD STRUTS OUT. STEVE STICKS HIS FOOT OUT AND TRIPS
BUD AS HE EXITS. STEVE LOOKS PROUD AND EXITS)
INT. MICHIGAN CABIN - LATER
(THE DOOR OPENS. THE GUYS ENTER HAPPILY)
AL Hey, girls. What do you say to this?
(THEY HOLD UP ONE LITTLE FISH EACH. WE SEE THE GIRLS STARING AT THEM HATEFULLY, ROCKING AND
HOLDING THEIR STOMACHS. THE GUYS LOOK AT EACH OTHER)
AL Oh, no.
STEVE What is it, Al?
(SHOT OF KELLY ROCKING AND HOLDING HER STOMACH. SHOT OF MARCY ROCKING AND HOLDING HER STOMACH.
SHOT OF PEGGY ROCKING AND HOLDING HER STOMACH)
AL Periods, Steve. Three of 'em.
(THE GIRLS ROCK. THE GUYS LOOK FRIGHTENED)
END OF ACT ONE
INT. MICHIGAN CABIN - NIGHT
(THE GUYS HUDDLE TOGETHER CLEANING THE FISH. THEY NERVOUSLY LOOK OVER AT THE GIRLS. PEGGY
LIES ON A BED FANNING HERSELF. KELLY ROCKS AND MOANS. MARCY MASSAGES HER TEMPLES. SHE HAS A
COMPRESS ON HER FOREHEAD. THE GUYS TALK SOFTLY AMONGST THEMSELVES)
AL (IN AWE) All three at once. What do they do? Give it to each other?
STEVE Actually, it's an interesting phenomenon that happens quite often. I read they did a
study of a girls' college dormitory and most of the women wound up getting their
periods at the same time.
AL What a weapon this could be for the country. You keep 'em together, herd 'em into a
bomber and drop 'em over Moscow. We could bring Russia to its knees.
STEVE What if they shoot the plane down?
(AL SHRUGS UNCONCERNED)
BUD What should we do now? We got this fish and all.
(THEY LOOK AT THE GIRLS. THE GIRLS HATE THEM)
AL I guess we should clean the fish.
(THEY SILENTLY START TO SCALE THE FISH)
PEGGY (ANNOYED) Will you please keep the noise down?
MARCY (MUTTERS) Morons.
(AL STARTS PICKING THE SCALES OFF ONE AT A TIME)
AL Uh, Peg. Do you know where my fish cleaning knife is?
(PEGGY GETS UP, CROSSES TO HIM, TAKES THE FISH AND THROWS IT OUT THE WINDOW. SHE SITS BACK
AL That's it. Look, let's go to the general store, buy an axe, and on the way back we can
decide whether it's for them or us.
STEVE Now, Al. Let's not panic. What women need at a time like this is compassion, love and
understanding. Partners through life, partners through strife.
(HE WALKS OVER TO MARCY)
STEVE Marcy. Let's talk.
MARCY Fine. Let's talk about fourteen months ago when I wanted to see that movie and you
were too tired. And the time you wore that gray sweater. I hate that sweater. I hate
you, Steve. Everything about you. Every breath you take, every move you make. You,
sir, stink. I feel so bloated, so ugly. Oh, Peggy, see how mean he is to me?
(THE GIRLS STARE HATEFULLY AT STEVE. A BEAT, THEN STEVE GOES BACK TO THE GUYS)
STEVE Well, Marcy's okay. She hasn't hit full fury yet.
AL Bud, go over and say something nice to your sister.
BUD Bud, dad, I don't even like her.
AL Who does? Just go.
(BUD CROSSES TO KELLY)
BUD Hi, Kell. Nice veneer of sweat.
(KELLY GETS UP. BUD SMILES AT AL. WE SEE AL AND STEVE WATCHING)
(AL AND STEVE REACT. BUD WALKS BACK DOUBLED OVER)
BUD (PAINED) You're next, dad.
AL No, son. I just did what Custer should have. Used scouts. (TO STEVE) This is your
fault. We could have been having guy fun. Instead we're in guy hell. Why did you
invite your wife?
STEVE I didn't know she was going to be periodic, Al.
AL Well, you should have suspected she'd do something. 'Cause we were gonna have a good
time. That's why they invented this period thing. Back before man, women didn't have
periods. Gee, it would have been nice to have lived then. You know who was a good
woman. Veronica, y'know, from the "Archie" comics.
STEVE Well, you know, she did have kind of an attitude, Al.
AL You're right. There are no good onces.
MARCY It's cold in here.
PEGGY It's hot in here.
KELLY It's hot and cold in here.
BUD We're in major league trouble here, men.
(AL LOOKS OVER AT PEGGY. SHE WINKS AT HIM AND MAKES A KISSING SOUND TO AL. HE REACTS)
AL No. I'm in major league trouble here. But it's nothing we can't handle. Let's go to
bed. They can suffer while we sleep, we'll wake up refreshed, go fishing, and let them
kill each other off.
(AS THEY LAY OUT THEIR SLEEPING BAGS, WE:)
INT. CABIN - MORNING
SUPER: "DAY TWO" 6:52 A.M.
(WE SEE THE WOMEN SLEEPING. WE SEE BUD SLEEPING IN A CHAIR. BUD STIRS AWAKE)
BUD It's day! Let's go, men.
(WE SEE AL AND STEVE ARE GONE)
BUD Oh, nice. Thanks, dad.
(HE GETS UP, PICKS UP A FISHING POLR AND TRIES TO TIPTOE OUT. THE GIRLS WAKE UP)
PEGGY God, I feel foul.
MARCY Where's Steve?
BUD I owe them nothing. They went fishing to escape you. Me, I like women. Let's plot our
PEGGY Isn't that just like men?
MARCY The rest of the month they expect us to be at their beck and call.
(PEGGY NODS IN AGREEMENT)
MARCY But the moment we need just a little compassion, love and understanding, they're out
BUD I told them. Men are the lowest.
KELLY Let's pretend Bud's a man and kill him.
(MARCY LOOKS TOWARD PEGGY FOR APPROVAL)
PEGGY Nah. He's my insurance. If Al leaves, there'll be someone there to take out the
KELLY I'm hungry. I want chocolate. I want to go home.
MARCY This place is a mess. Your son is a mess. I can't stand a mess.
(SHE STARTS TO CLEAN)
PEGGY (SINGS) "I'm in the mood for love"...
AL (O.S.) Run, Steve, run.
(AL AND STEVE ENTER, SCARED. THEY SLAM THE DOOR)
PEGGY What happened?
AL We were walking through the woods, quiet as you please, when all of a sudden the
ground started shaking and something crashed through the bush. I thought it was you,
Peg, but it didn't have high heels.
STEVE It was a bear. A big one. That smelled.
(THEY LOOK OUT THE WINDOW)
STEVE There he is.
AL That's a moose, Steve. The bear is over there, spraying your tires.
STEVE My Mercedes! Stop that. Bad! Bad bear.
BUD What do they want? We have no food.
STEVE They don't want us, Bud. Let me talk to your father alone.
(THEY GUYS GATHER)
STEVE See, wild animals can sense when women...
AL Are killing their husbands?
STEVE No. When they're... cycling.
(AL STARES AT HIM)
STEVE Period, Al. Period. They want our women.
AL Then our women they shall have. Hey, Peg...
PEGGY Al, we decided we want to go home.
AL Great. I'll pack, you warm up the car.
STEVE Don't you understand? We're trapped.
KELLY Someone has to go for help. And chocolate.
STEVE Gee, I'd love to, honey, but I can't. There's a moose filling my gas tank. I'd hate to
interrupt him right now.
AL Then one of us will have to make a run for it.
(EVERYONE LOOKS AT BUD)
BUD Uh, uh. Not me. I didn't marry any of 'em.
SFX: THUMP AGAINST DOOR
AL Peg, your date's here.
(THE GUYS LOOK OUT THE WINDOW)
PEGGY (INDICATES GUYS) Look at them. Our protectors. The Great White Hunters. In the old days,
men would go out, fight that bear, and come back with supper and a nice rug. Now, you
send them out for milk, they come back with a leaking carton, a runny nose, and a bad
back. They're really quite worthless, you know.
MARCY I hate it when they leave the toilet seat up.
PEGGY They won't pick up after themselves. And then they never know where anything is. They
ask us, "Where's my shoes, where's my shirt, where's my underwear?"
KELLY Like we'd wear them.
MARCY Or touch them.
PEGGY Or wash them.
MARCY I hate the way they won't ask directions when they're lost.
PEGGY And the way they burp and hold up the victory sign.
KELLY And the way they ask you to chip in for the motel room.
(PEGGY AND MARCY STARE AT HER)
KELLY So... I've heard.
(THE GUYS COME AWAY FROM THE WINDOW)
AL Well, the cast of Bambi is out there now. And in here we've got some of the seven
dwarves. Puffy, Crabby and Horny. So, I guess it's safe to say this day is shot. What
say we all turn in?
PEGGY Al, it's seven-thirty in the morning.
AL Peg, we're in the woods. You get up early, you go to bed early. Good night.
(HE MAKES KISSING NOISES. HE LAYS DOWN AND SETTLES IN. WE SEE A BEAR WALK BY THE WINDOW)
AL Oh, and I'm sleeping in tomorrow, so don't wake me up early. I want to get in a good
INT. MICHIGAN CABIN - MORNING
SUPER: "DAY FOUR 11:30 A.M."
(AL STRETCHES, SCRATCHES HIMSELF AND GETS OUT OF HIS SLEEPING BAG)
AL What's today?
PEGGY It's Thursday, Al.
AL Did I miss anything?
PEGGY Yes. You missed us making a simple porridge of wood, soot, and bug parts.
MARCY And a chipmunk throwing itself against the window.
PEGGY Yeah, that and Wednesday. That's about it.
KELLY Daddy, we're starving to death.
BUD And some of us are aging badly.
KELLY Zip it, pimple farm. Daddy, do something.
AL Well, it's too early to go to sleep. How's the car doing?
STEVE Well, Al. You can still just about tell it's a Mercedes. Of course, the tires are flat
but that's probably from the porcupine quills, and that cougar that went in through
the sun roof only looks like he's driving. 'Cause I've got the keys. So I guess the
laugh is on him.
BUD (AT WINDOW) Dad, I don't know how much longer we can hold out. The beavers have cut
down a tree and the moose has it mounted in his antlers and is charging toward the
MARCY Oh, that's ridiculous.
MARCY Oh, this is great.
AL All right. Somebody has to take charge here. (TO GIRLS) I want you three to cut out
this period stuff, right now.
STEVE Al, please. They were fine until you woke up. Don't try and reason with them when
they're like this.
MARCY Like this? You want to know what this is, Steve? When we get our periods, our female
hormone level drops. That gives the male hormones in our body a chance to run wild. So
when we're like "this", we're like you.
AL If that's true, then once a month, Peg should be able to earn a living.
BUD Look! A car! It's a park ranger.
(AL RUSHES TO WINDOW)
AL Help! Help! Periods in here! (BEAT) He's stopping. He's getting out! (GLUM) Oh.
STEVE What? What?
AL He's running his key along the side of your Mercedes. Now he's getting back in his
car and driving away.
(STEVE RUNS TO WINDOW)
STEVE My car! Sprayed, buffed, and keyed. It's just like taking it to the car wash.
(MARCY STARTS TO CLEAN AND CRY)
MARCY We're going to die and we're out of Windex.
KELLY I want chocolate!
PEGGY (SOTTO, SEXILY) Al, let's go into the bathroom and do it. C'mon. No one will know. Not
AL Steve, gimme the keys to the car. I'm gonna ride on the rims to the general store or
Canada, whichever comes first.
STEVE There are animals all over the car, Al.
AL Yeah. But they're not on their periods. I'm gonna need a weapon. What've we got?
INT. MICHIGAN CABIN - LATER THAT DAY
(AL WEARS A JACKET COVERED WITH PROTRUDING FISHHOOKS. HE HOLDS A CAN OF RAID. ON HIS HEAD HE
WEARS MAKESHIFT ANTLERS FROM THE COATRACK. REMAINS OF THE RACK ARE ON THE FLOOR)
BUD Dad, explain again why you need the Suit Of Many Hooks.
AL Like the wily porcupine, I now have my armor of quills.
BUD But unlike the wily porcupine, won't the animals stick to you?
AL That's what the mighty horns are for, son. When one gets close, I lower my head in an
aggressive manner. That should end the fight right there. And then I have my secret
weapon. (HOLDS UP RAID) If all else fails, I spray 'em in the face with insect
PEGGY So you're like the wily porcupine, the mighty moose, the smelly skunk and the idiot
husband all rolled into one?
AL That I am, Peg. Lock the door behind me. I'll be back with the Marines.
(HE GIVES "THUMBS UP". HE OPENS THE DOOR)
(HE GOES OUT, SPRAYING AHEAD OF HIM. PEGGY CLOSES THE DOOR)
MARCY (MATTER OF FACT) He's not gonna make it, you know.
PEGGY It won't be the first time.
(THEY ALL LOOK OUT THE WINDOW)
PEGGY Well, he's made it through the mosquitos. He's hurdling a beaver. Go, Al, go. Oops.
MARCY I can't watch. I have to clean.
(SHE STARTS TO CLEAN)
PEGGY You really should see this, Marcy. The wolf is closing in. Al ducked behind a tree.
(BEAT) He's stuck to the tree. Well, so much for his mighty quills. Wow, look at him
shake. Uh oh, he's out of spray. He's lowering his head. So is the moose. Here he
MARCY Food! I found food.
(THEY ALL RUSH FROM THE WINDOW AND GO TO MARCY, WHO HAS FOUND A STASH ON THE FLOOR BEHIND A
TABLE. WE HEAR A HUGE THUMP)
AL (O.S.) Oww!
KELLY It's chocolate! We're saved.
AL (O.S.) Help!
PEGGY Get the opener.
(WE HEAR THE DOOR TRYING TO OPEN)
AL (O.S.) Let me in. Please.
(THEY ALL START TO RIP OPEN THE FOOD. A BEAT, THEN WE SEE AL'S FACE, HORRIFIED, AT THE WINDOW.
HE MIMES "HELP". HE SEES SOMETHING O.S. HE FRANTICALLY SHAKES HIS RAID CAN AND SPRAYS. THEN
HE THROWS THE CAN AND RUNS. EVERYONE EATS HAPPILY. WE SEE A BEAR WALK BY THE WINDOW)
INT. MICHIGAN CABIN - DAY
SUPER: "DAY FIVE"
(STEVE SITS IN A CORNER, EXHAUSTED, EATING BEEF JERKY. HE SADLY HOLDS THE MERCEDES EMBLEM. BUD
SLEEPS WITH HIS THUMB IN HIS MOUTH. AL IS IN A HEAP, WITH A BANDAGE ON HIS HEAD, HIS ARM IN
A SLING, AND HIS PANTS ARE IN SHREDS. THE COAT OF MANY HOOKS IS HANGING ON THE WALL. IT
HOLDS FEATHERS, SOME FUR, A BUSH AND SEVERAL PINE CONES. AL HOLDS HIS HEAD)
AL Thanks for inviting me, Steve. Where to next, buddy? Lion Country Safari? About twenty-
eight days from now?
(THE GIRLS ENTER FROM OUTSIDE WITH BASKETS OF WILDFLOWERS. THEY ARE HAPPY)
KELLY I feel so much better.
PEGGY Me, too.
MARCY Guys, guess what? We saw two wrens make a nest.
AL Did you happen to find the rest of my ear, too?
MARCY You're not going to bring me down, "Mr. Cloudy Day".
PEGGY Let's start packing. (TO AL) You have to go to work tomorrow.
(AL AND STEVE START TO PACK)
PEGGY You know, a week goes by so fast. (TO MARCY) Why don't we chip in and buy a little cabin
like this so we can do this all the time? What do you say, guys?
(AL AND STEVE STARE AT THEM A BEAT, THEN GO BACK TO PACKING)
PEGGY (TO MARCY) What's their problem? They've been sourpusses all day. I don't understand
men at all. After all, we're the ones who have the periods.
(THEY SKIP OUT THE DOOR)
END OF ACT TWO
Scribed by Nitzan Gilkis
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