The Golden Girls (1985–1992): Season 2, Episode 17 - Bedtime Story - full transcript

As the girls figure out how they plan to accommodate some upcoming guests, they recall other unusual sleeping arrangements they've had to endure in the past.

♪ THANK YOU FOR BEING A FRIEND

♪ TRAVELED DOWN THE
ROAD AND BACK AGAIN

♪ YOUR HEART IS TRUE

♪ YOU'RE A PAL AND A CONFIDANTE

♪ AND IF YOU THREW A PARTY

♪ INVITED EVERYONE YOU KNEW

♪ YOU WOULD SEE THE
BIGGEST GIFT WOULD BE FROM ME

♪ AND THE CARD
ATTACHED WOULD SAY

♪ THANK YOU FOR BEING A FRIEND ♪

- SOPHIA, WHAT ARE YOU DOING UP?
- I'M COOKING. I COULDN'T SLEEP.

ME NEITHER. WHAT ARE YOU MAKING?



SAUSAGE AND
PEPPERS, PASTA PESTO,

AND ZITI WITH OIL AND GARLIC.

- OOH-OOH. AND WHAT'S THIS?
- GARBAGE. ROSE COOKED IT.

MM, THIS KITCHEN
SMELLS TERRIFIC.

MY CHIPPED BEEF MUST BE DONE.

SOPHIA, WOULD YOU LIKE A SCOOP
ON SOME LIGHTLY-TOASTED BREAD.

DO I LOOK LIKE BEETLE BAILEY?

MA, GUESS WHO I WAS
ON THE PHONE WITH.

- UNCLE VITO.
- HOW DID YOU KNOW?

I PICKED IT UP AND LISTENED.

IT'S A LITTLE THING I DO.

MY UNCLE VITO IS COMING TO
MIAMI AND HE'S STAYING WITH US.

HE ARRIVES THURSDAY.
HE'S STAYING A WHOLE WEEK.

- WHERE'S HE GONNA STAY?
- MY ROOM. I'LL SLEEP WITH MA.



I WAS STAYING WITH YOU. MY COUSIN
MILO'S COMING, DON'T YOU REMEMBER?

HE'S GONNA BE IN TOWN FOR
THE 14TH ANNUAL HOG EXPO.

IS IT THE 14TH ANNUAL ALREADY?

IT SEEMS JUST LIKE YESTERDAY
IT WAS THE 12TH ANNUAL.

♪ SUNRISE, SUNSET

- ♪ SUNRISE, SUNSET...
- DOROTHY, NOW CUT IT OUT.

WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?

WE'LL FIGURE OUT SOME
ARRANGEMENTS. WE ALWAYS MAKE DO.

EVERYTHING'LL WORK OUT FINE AS LONG
AS I DO NOT HAVE TO SLEEP WITH ROSE.

ME? WHY DON'T YOU WANT TO?

WELL, HONEY, FOR STARTERS,
YOU TALK IN YOUR SLEEP.

LET'S FACE IT, YOU'RE
NO DICK CAVETT AWAKE.

I DO NOT TALK IN MY SLEEP.

OH, YES, YOU DO
TOO. AND YOU SNORE.

NO, I DON'T. DOROTHY SNORES.

RIGHT. DOROTHY, YOU SNORE WORSE THAN
A SAILOR PASSED OUT AT AN ADULT MOTEL

AFTER A NIGHT OF
UNBRIDLED PASSION

WHILE I CALLED A
CAB TO TAKE ME HO...

NEVER MIND. THE
POINT IS, YOU SNORE.

NONE OF YOU IS A
DAY AT THE BEACH.

REMEMBER WHEN WE HAD THAT COLD
SNAP AND THE HEAT GAVE OUT? WHAT A NIGHT.

SALVADORE, IF YOU WANNA FOOL
AROUND, TAKE OFF YOUR T-SHIRT.

YOU'RE GONNA GET
LINGUINE ALL OVER ME.

MA. MA, GO BACK TO SLEEP.
IT'S JUST ME - DOROTHY.

GET THE HELL OUT OF MY BED.

MA, HAVE A HEART. THE
HEAT WENT OUT AGAIN.

I'M FREEZING TO DEATH. YOU'RE THE
ONLY ONE WITH AN ELECTRIC BLANKET.

I'LL DIE UNDER HERE WITH YOU.
YOU'RE LIKE A HEAT SPONGE.

YOU'LL SUCK UP THE HEAT AND
I'LL GET UP A FROZEN FISH STICK.

DON'T BE RIDICULOUS.
TURN UP THE HEAT.

IT'S ALREADY ON NINE. ON TEN
YOU CAN COOK A LEAN CUISINE.

GOOD NIGHT, MA.

YOU KNOW, MA... [CHUCKLES]

THIS REMINDS ME OF THE TIME

THE HEAT WENT OUT IN OUR
APARTMENT IN BROOKLYN.

I WAS ABOUT, OH,
SEVEN YEARS OLD,

'CAUSE I WAS STILL SLEEPING
WITH MY RAG DOLL MRS. DOOLITTLE.

I WOKE UP IN THE NIGHT
WITH MY TEETH CHATTERING.

I GOT OUT OF BED AND TIPTOED
TO YOUR BEDROOM DOOR.

I OPENED IT A CRACK
AND I WHISPERED,

[CHILDISH VOICE] "MOMMY,
MRS. DOOLITTLE IS COLD.

MOMMY, MRS. DOOLITTLE..."

- DOROTHY?
- YES, MA.

CUT THE CRAP, I'M
NOT IN THE MOOD.

OH, GIRLS, GIRLS, CAN I PLEASE
SHARE YOUR ELECTRIC BLANKET?

- [BOTH] NO.
- OH, COME ON!

I CAN'T SLEEP. MY BED'S
NEVER BEEN SO COLD.

ESPECIALLY ON A SATURDAY NIGHT.

OH, ALL RIGHT. GET IN.

BRRRR.

DID YOU HEAR THAT SOUND?

YEAH. IN MY OWN BED,
I'LL DO WHAT I WANT.

I MEANT IT SOUNDED
LIKE THE HEAT KICKING ON.

THANK GOD. GET BACK
TO YOUR OWN BEDS.

- HEY, EVERYBODY.
- WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

TRYING TO GET THE
HEATER TO WORK.

OH, ROSE, YOU'RE A GENIUS.

BOY, THAT'S A SENTENCE
YOU DON'T HEAR EVERY DAY.

SHE'S WORKING GREAT NOW
EXCEPT FOR ONE LITTLE THING.

I TURNED THE AIR CONDITIONER
ON AND NOW IT WON'T GO OFF.

GREAT. IT'S GOING TO BE
COLDER INSIDE THAN IT IS OUTSIDE.

YOU'RE RIGHT. THERE'S AN ICICLE FORMING
ON THE NOSE OF MY BUNNY SLIPPERS.

- MOVE OVER.
- [GRUMBLING]

OW. OH.

THERE. THAT'S NOT SO BAD.

GET YOUR BUNNY
NOSE OUT OF MY BUTT.

- LET'S JUST GET SOME SLEEP.
- GOOD NIGHT, MA.

GOOD NIGHT, MOE.
GOOD NIGHT, LARRY.

I CAN'T SLEEP. I'M ON THE
WRONG SIDE OF THE BED.

I USUALLY SLEEP ON THE RIGHT
AND I WANNA BE ON THE RIGHT.

WHAT THE HELL IS EVERYONE
SO PARTICULAR ABOUT?

IN SICILY, FOUR IN
A BED IS A TREAT.

IT MEANS HALF YOUR
FAMILY IS ON VACATION.

I SLEPT WITH MY TWO
BROTHERS UNTIL I WAS 17.

I WAS ENGAGED TO ONE
FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.

BUT THAT'S A SEPARATE STORY.

I WOULDN'T MIND HEARING IT.

ROSE, SHUT UP. EVERYBODY, STAY
WHERE YOU ARE AND GO TO SLEEP.

I HAVE TO GO TO WORK
EARLY IN THE MORNING.

OH, DARN, I FORGOT SOMETHING.

GO IN YOUR PAJAMAS.

NO, IT'S NOT THAT.

I FORGOT TO SAY MY PRAYERS.

OH, ROSE, GOD WOULDN'T
MIND IF YOU SKIPPED A NIGHT.

HE'S VERY BUSY THESE DAYS.

MOST OF HIS FREE TIME IS SPENT
TALKING TO PAT ROBERTSON.

HELLO, GOD, IT'S
ME... ROSE NYLUND.

SORRY TO GET IN TOUCH SO
LATE. I HOPE I DIDN'T WAKE YOU.

[GROANS] OH, GOD.

ONE AT A TIME, BLANCHE.

ANYWAY, I JUST WANTED TO SAY

I THINK YOU'RE STILL
DOING A TERRIFIC JOB.

COURSE, THERE'S SOME
THINGS I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

LIKE POVERTY.

AND THE SPOKESMODEL
CATEGORY ON STAR SEARCH.

BUT THEN AGAIN, YOU WORK YOUR
WONDERS IN MYSTERIOUS WAYS.

A COUPLE OF YEARS
AGO, ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS,

I'D HAVE FROZEN TO DEATH
'CAUSE I WAS BY MYSELF.

NOW I HAVE DOROTHY AND BLANCHE
AND SOPHIA TO KEEP ME WARM.

NOT JUST ON A COLD WINTER'S
NIGHT, BUT ALL YEAR LONG.

TAKE CARE OF THEM, GOD. IF
ANYTHING HAPPENED, I JUST...

[DOROTHY AS GOD] ROSE,
THANKS FOR THE LOVELY PRAYER.

NOW SHUT UP AND GET INTO BED.

AMEN.

- NICE WORK, DOROTHY.
- WASN'T ME.

SWEET JESUS, AM I IN TROUBLE.

NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP...

YOU KNOW, I'D ALMOST
FORGOTTEN ABOUT THAT NIGHT.

WITH ALL OF US
CRAMPED INTO THAT BED,

I HAD TO SLEEP IN POSITIONS
I NEVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE.

ME TOO.

AH...

- WHEN WILL THE FOOD BE READY?
- MY CHIPPED BEEF IS READY.

- OH, I WANTED SOMETHING HOT.
- MINE'S HOT.

- I WANTED SOMETHING SPICY.
- MINE'S SPICY.

SHE WANTED SOMETHING THAT
WOULDN'T TEST HER GAG REFLEX.

I'LL FIX YOU A PLATE OF MINE.

I'LL TRY SOME OF YOURS, ROSE.

COMING RIGHT UP.

- [THUNDERCLAP]
- OH!

OH, I HATE THUNDERSTORMS.

THEY MAKE ME A NERVOUS WRECK.

THAT'S ANOTHER REASON
I CAN'T BUNK WITH YOU.

EVERYTHING MAKES YOU NERVOUS AND
WHEN YOU'RE NERVOUS, YOU GET UNBEARABLE.

YOU REMEMBER THAT AWFUL NIGHT

YOU BARGED INTO MY
ROOM LIKE A LUNATIC?

I WAS READY TO KILL YOU.

[THUNDERCLAP]

- [KNOCK AT DOOR]
- COME IN.

BLANCHE.

I JUST HEARD ON THE
RADIO TWO KILLERS

ESCAPED FROM THE
GEORGIA STATE PENITENTIARY.

- SO?
- SO!

THEY COULD BE HEADING HERE.

HONEY, THEY ESCAPED IN GEORGIA.

- WHY WOULD THEY COME TO MIAMI?
- FOR THE SAME REASON WE DID.

ELIGIBLE MEN?

I'M SURE THERE'S
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT.

WELL, I... I JUST THOUGHT
YOU OUGHT TO KNOW.

I APPRECIATE IT.

I... I WON'T BOTHER YOU AGAIN.

GOOD NIGHT.

PLEASE, BLANCHE, PLEASE. I'M TOO
SCARED TO GO BACK TO MY ROOM.

THIS KIND OF THING HAS
FRIGHTENED ME SINCE I WAS A GIRL,

WHEN I FIRST HEARD MY PARENTS
WHISPERING ABOUT THE ST. OLAF SLASHER.

SLASHER?

YES. OH, HE TERRORIZED
ST. OLAF FOR MONTHS.

IN THE DARK OF NIGHT, HE'D SNEAK
INTO AN UNSUSPECTING FARMER'S FIELD

AND MERCILESSLY SLASH
HIS SCARECROW TO SHREDS.

HE WAS A SCARECROW SLASHER?

PRIMARILY.

ALTHOUGH HE WAS SUSPECTED IN THE
DISFIGUREMENT OF SEVERAL WHISK BROOMS.

I WAS SO SCARED I'D
SLEEP IN THE CLOSET.

ROSE, GET INTO BED BUT
DON'T SAY ANOTHER WORD.

YOU'LL NEVER EVEN KNOW I'M HERE.

FINE.

- WHEN ARE YOU COMING TO BED?
- IN A MINUTE.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

I AM CONTOURING MY EYEBROWS.

I USE MISS CHRISTIE BRINKLEY AS A GUIDE
'CAUSE WE HAVE THE SAME BONE STRUCTURE.

I HOPE SHE DOESN'T GO TO
POT AFTER THAT BABY COMES.

I DON'T WANT THAT BIG-EYED
HUSBAND OF HERS COMING AFTER ME.

I NEVER DO VERY MUCH
WITH MY EYEBROWS.

THAT'S WHY, FROM THE NOSE UP,
YOU LOOK LIKE WILFRED BRIMLEY.

DON'T SAY ANOTHER
WORD. JUST GO TO SLEEP.

- CAN I LEAVE MY LIGHT ON?
- ALL RIGHT, YES, YES.

[SIGHS WEARILY]

I WANT YOU TO KNOW, I
REALLY APPRECIATE THIS.

DID I JUST SAY GO TO SLEEP?

I CAN'T, I'M TOO SCARED.

- TELL ME A STORY.
- WHAT?

IT WORKED WHEN I WAS LITTLE.

- I DON'T KNOW ANY STORIES.
- MAKE ONE UP!

ALL RIGHT. ONCE UPON A TIME

- THERE WERE THREE BEARS.
- NOT THAT.

- PIGS.
- NO.

ELEPHANTS. THEY LIVED
WITH A GIRL NAMED ROSE.

THE ELEPHANTS
LIVED IN THE HOUSE?

THEY WERE ELEPHANT DOLLS.

WHEN ROSE WENT TO BED
SHE'D TAKE THE ELEPHANTS

BECAUSE THEY MADE
HER FEEL SO SAFE.

- ELEPHANT DOLLS?
- RIGHT. ELEPHANT DOLLS.

UNTIL THEY GOT SO TIRED
OF ROSE ANNOYING THEM

THAT THEY WENT TO
SLEEP SOMEPLACE ELSE.

AND TWO ESCAPED CONVICTS SNUCK
IN AND MURDERED ROSE IN HER SLEEP.

OH!

ROSE. OH, ROSE.

GROW UP.

OH, SOPHIA, THAT
ZITI WAS DELICIOUS.

PLEASE, TELL ME
SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW.

DOROTHY, YOU DIDN'T EVEN
TASTE MY CHIPPED BEEF.

OF COURSE I DID, ROSE.

- YOU DIDN'T LIKE IT.
- THAT'S RIDICULOUS. I LOVED IT.

WELL, THEN, HAVE ANOTHER BITE.

OKAY.

[THUNDERCLAP]

[BLANCHE] OH, NO, THE
POWER LINES MUST BE DOWN.

[SOPHIA] GREAT. I'VE GOT 10LBS OF
FRESH CLAMS IN THE REFRIGERATOR.

MM.

ROSE, THAT WAS DELICIOUS.

THANK YOU.

WHO MOVED MY PURSE?

WHY DOES IT FEEL SO HEAVY?

NOW, LISTEN, ER, YOU KNOW,

WE HAVE THESE PEOPLE
WHO ARE COMING TO VISIT

AND WE STILL HAVEN'T DECIDED
ON OUR SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS.

- I'LL SLEEP WITH SOPHIA.
- NO, I SHOULD SLEEP WITH MA.

WE'VE DONE IT MANY TIMES
BEFORE. WE ALWAYS GET ALONG FINE.

EXCEPT WHEN YOU'RE SICK,
LIKE WHEN YOU HAD BRONCHITIS.

OH, HONEY, I WAS REALLY ILL.

COOL AS A CUCUMBER, THANK GOD.

MA, YOU WOKE ME UP.

IT'S TIME TO TAKE YOUR MEDICINE.

I JUST TOOK MY MEDICINE.

YOU TOOK IT AFTER DINNER,
THEN YOU FELL ASLEEP.

READ ME HOW MUCH YOU'RE
SUPPOSED TO TAKE. I DON'T REMEMBER.

- TWO TEASPOONS EVERY SIX HOURS.
- THAT'S WRONG.

IT'S HERE IN BLACK AND WHITE.

THE PHARMACIST MADE A
MISTAKE. HE'S NOT PERFECT.

IF HE KNEW WHAT HE WAS DOING, HE'D BE
A DOCTOR INSTEAD OF DRESSING LIKE ONE.

GIVE ME A BREAK. I'LL
TAKE MY MEDICINE LATER.

- YOU'RE A LOUSY PATIENT.
- WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM ME?

- I'M SICK.
- I DON'T KNOW THAT?

YOU THINK I SAT HERE FOR THREE
NIGHTS JUST TO LOOK AT YOU?

BELIEVE ME, YOU'RE
NO OIL PAINTING.

I'VE BEEN HERE BECAUSE I
THOUGHT YOU NEEDED ME.

YOU NEEDED ME WHEN YOU
HAD THE MUMPS, THE CHICKENPOX,

WHOOPING COUGH, RUBELLA.

OR WAS RUBELLA
OUR CLEANING LADY?

IT DOESN'T MATTER. THE POINT IS,
IT HURTS ME TO SEE MY BABY SICK.

BUT IF I'M ONLY BEING A
NUISANCE, I'LL LEAVE YOU ALONE.

COME ON, MA,
WAIT. MA, NO, DON'T.

MA. MA, DON'T GO.

MA, MA. PLEASE.
COME BACK HERE, MA.

I DO NEED YOU. I DO NEED YOU.

I'M SORRY, I'M JUST CRANKY.

YOU'RE RIGHT. I AM A LOUSY
PATIENT. I ALWAYS HAVE BEEN.

OH, I REMEMBER WHEN
I WAS A LITTLE GIRL

AND I USED TO GET THOSE
TERRIBLE CHEST COLDS.

AND YOU'D WHIP UP A BATCH
OF THAT HOMEMADE LINIMENT

TO RUB ON MY CHEST.

OOH, THAT WAS NASTY STUFF.

COD-LIVER OIL, GARLIC,
PETROLEUM JELLY, PARSLEY.

I REMEMBER ONCE I
ASKED YOU, "WHY PARSLEY?"

YOU SAID, "PRESENTATION
IS VERY IMPORTANT."

OH, WHENEVER I SAW YOU
COMING DOWN THE HALL

WITH THAT CERAMIC
BOWL AND A PAINTBRUSH,

I'D RUN AND HIDE
UNDER MY BED AND CRY.

THEN YOU'D RUB SOME ON
MY DOLL, MRS. DOOLITTLE,

TO SHOW ME THAT IT DIDN'T HURT.

I'D COME OUT FROM UNDER THE
BED AND YOU'D PUT IT ON MY CHEST.

NEXT DAY I'D ALWAYS FEEL BETTER.

YOU REMEMBER, MA?

GOOD NIGHT, MA.

THANKS FOR EVERYTHING.

I HEARD EVERY WORD.
I WASN'T ASLEEP.

JUST RESTING MY EYES
SO YOU'D LEAVE ME ALONE.

I DID THAT WITH YOUR FATHER.

IT ONLY WORKED
ABOUT HALF OF THE TIME.

ASLEEP, AWAKE - IT
DIDN'T MATTER TO HIM.

MEN ARE BUILT THAT WAY.

NO, IT'S A FACT. DR. ART ULENE EXPLAINED IT
ON THE TODAY SHOW WITH A PLASTIC MODEL.

PLEASE, MA, YOU
SLEPT LIKE A BABY.

I KNOW BECAUSE I SPENT THE
WHOLE NIGHT AWAKE IN THAT CHAIR.

IT COULDN'T BE WORSE THAN
SLEEPING ON A WOODEN BENCH

IN THE MIDDLE OF
A RAILWAY STATION.

BOY, YOU DO IT ANYPLACE,
DON'T YOU, BLANCHE?

BLANCHE IS TALKING
ABOUT COMING BACK

FROM EDNA MCCARTHY'S FUNERAL.

EDNA MCCARTHY IS DEAD?

OH, MY GOD, THAT'S TERRIBLE.

I JUST SENT HER A CHAIN LETTER.

THERE'S A DOLLAR I'LL NEVER SEE.

WHAT A TERRIBLE NIGHT THAT WAS.

WE WERE TRYING TO MAKE A
CONNECTION TO GET BACK TO MIAMI.

WE ONLY HAVE TEN
MINUTES TO CATCH OUR TRAIN.

I CAN'T TAKE ANOTHER
THREE HOURS ON A TRAIN.

I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.

BUT THEN AGAIN, I'VE
ALWAYS LOVED TRAINS.

OH, ER, EXCUSE ME.

WHAT TRACK DOES THE
9:15 TO MIAMI LEAVE ON?

WELL, MA'AM, WE'VE
ONLY GOT ONE TRACK.

BUT WE CALL IT TRACK 19.

NOBODY KNOWS WHY, BUT IT GIVES
EVERYBODY SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT

WHILE THEY'RE WAITING ON THE NEXT
TORNADO TO HIT THEIR MOBILE HOME.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

AND PLEASE SAY HELLO TO
OPIE AND AUNT BEE FOR ME.

LET'S WAIT ON THE PLATFORM.
IT'LL BE ALONG IN A MINUTE.

THE 9:15 TO MIAMI LEFT AT 8:45.

HOW COULD OUR TRAIN HAVE
LEFT A HALF HOUR EARLY?

ALL THE TRAINS OUT OF
APALAPACHOBY LEAVE EARLY.

THAT'S WHAT OUR
TOWN'S FAMOUS FOR.

Y'ALL MAY THINK THIS
SOUNDS KINDA SILLY,

BUT WE ACTUALLY PRINTED
"OUR TRAINS LEAVE EARLY"

RIGHT ON THE TOWN SEAL.

YOU HAVE A TOWN SEAL?

CAN HE PLAY A SONG
ON THOSE HORNS?

NO, BUT HE'LL BALANCE A BALL ON
HIS NOSE IF YOU THROW HIM A CATFISH.

THIS IS LIKE THE TWILIGHT ZONE.

SOMEHOW WE GOT ON A TRAIN
THAT ENDED UP INSIDE ROSE'S MIND.

YEAH, ER, WHEN IS THE
NEXT TRAIN TO MIAMI?

WE'VE GOT ONE SCHEDULED TO
LEAVE AT 6AM TOMORROW MORNING.

DOES THAT MEAN IT'LL
ACTUALLY LEAVE AT 5:30?

WELCOME TO APALAPACHOBY.

OH, I DON'T BELIEVE THIS. THIS HAS TO
BE THE MOST DEPRESSING DAY OF MY LIFE.

FIRST, EDNA MCCARTHY'S
FUNERAL, NOW THIS.

BEING AT HER FUNERAL MADE ME THINK
ABOUT HOW QUICKLY LIFE CAN PASS YOU BY.

MAYBE I OUGHT TO BE
MORE ADVENTUROUS.

MORE ADVENTUROUS?

THE KAMASUTRA HAD TO PUBLISH
A SUPPLEMENT BECAUSE OF YOU.

I DON'T MEAN MEN, I MEAN
THINGS I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO,

BUT NEVER GOT AROUND TO TRYING.

DOROTHY, DIDN'T YOU HAVE
SOMETHING YOU WANTED TO DO,

SOME SECRET DESIRE YOU
KEPT ON THE BACK BURNER?

MM-HM. I ALWAYS WANTED
TO TRY A NUDIST CAMP.

SOME BIG POTS BELONG
ON THE BACK BURNER.

DON'T YOU HAVE A COUSIN
YOU SHOULD BE DATING?

- [TRAIN WHISTLE]
- WAIT A MINUTE.

YOU SAID THERE WEREN'T
ANY TRAINS UNTIL MORNING.

NO MORE TRAINS TO MIAMI.

THAT'S THE 9:20 TO SARASOTA.

[GROANS]

OH, WELL, MAYBE WE SHOULD
TRY AND GET SOME SLEEP.

I WON'T BE ABLE TO
SLEEP. I'M TOO DEPRESSED.

ME TOO.

THIS HAS BEEN A TERRIBLE DAY.

A FRIEND'S FUNERAL, STUCK IN A
STATION IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE,

TRYING TO SLEEP
ON A WOODEN BENCH.

I DON'T THINK I HAVE EVER BEEN
THIS DEPRESSED IN MY ENTIRE LIFE.

ROSE, TAKE OFF SOME OF THAT
MAKE-UP BEFORE YOU GO TO SLEEP.

WHAT?

I DON'T BELIEVE IT.

A CIRCUS! WHERE
DID THEY COME FROM?

THE 9:20 TO SARASOTA'S
A CIRCUS TRAIN.

GIRLS, THIS IS A MIRACLE.

OUR PATHS CROSSED HERE
SO THEY COULD CHEER US UP.

EXCUSE ME. MR. CLOWN.

COULD YOU DO SOMETHING TO PUT SMILES
ON THE FACES OF THREE GLOOMY GUSES?

BUZZ OFF, LADY. I'M
ON A CIGARETTE BREAK.

WHAT A TERRIBLE NIGHT THAT WAS.

IT WASN'T SO BAD. SOMETHING
GOOD CAME OUT OF IT.

I DATED FLOPPO THE CLOWN
FOR SEVERAL MONTHS AFTER THAT.

YOU KNOW, HIS FEET
REALLY WERE THAT BIG.

WHICH, OF COURSE, AS I'M SURE
YOU'RE BOTH AWARE, MEANS...

ER...

MA, IS THERE ANY
MORE OF THAT ZITI?

THERE'S NOT A DROP OF FOOD LEFT.

- LET'S CALL IT A NIGHT.
- WAIT A MINUTE.

WHAT WILL WE DO
ABOUT MILO AND VITO?

THEY'RE FAMILY, THEY'LL UNDERSTAND. LET'S
CHIP IN AND PUT 'EM UP AT THE HOLIDAY INN.

- SOUNDS GOOD TO ME.
- ME TOO. WHAT ABOUT YOU, MA?

YOU KNOW, IN THE RIGHT
HANDS AND THE RIGHT BAG,

THIS CHIPPED BEEF
IS NOT HALF BAD.

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