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expects you
to get over this immediately.
Hey, Striker, how about a break?
I'm getting tired.
Yeah, all right. Take five.
Thanks.
I found a wonderful apartment for us.
It has a brick fireplace
and a cute bedroom
with mirrors on the ceiling and...
Red Leader!
Red Leader, I'm going down!
Captain Geline. He think he's
a pilot, still fighting the war.
I've found the tunnel, Johnson!
It's this way!
$25 for a cigarette is too much!
- What's his problem?
- It's Lieutenant Hurwitz.
Severe shell shock.
He thinks he's Ethel Merman.
War is hell.
Excuse me, sir. Would you
like coffee before dinner?
No. No, thank you.
- Would you like another cup?
- I will, but Jim won't.
I think I will have
another cup of coffee.
Jim never has a second
cup of coffee at home.
- Excuse me, sister.
- Yes?
There's a little girl
onboard who's ill.
Oh, yes, I saw. Poor child.
Could I borrow your guitar?
I thought maybe I could cheer her up.
- Of course.
- Thank you.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Do you mind if I talk
to your daughter?
I think that'd would be nice.
- Hi, I'm Randy.
- I'm Lisa.
Oh, you have a guitar!
I thought maybe you'd
like to hear a song.
I'd love to.
OK. Let's see...
This is one of my favorites.
You're late. We've been waiting.
- Who's first?
- Go ahead, Clarence.
How's the weather?
We got some heavy stuff ahead.
We've got to climb on top.
Yeah, after the war, I wanted
to get as far away as possible,
so Elaine and I
joined the Peace Corps.
We were assigned
to an isolated tribe, the Molombos.
They'd never seen Americans before.
It was really a challenge,
introducing them
to our western culture.
At first, they didn't know
what to think of us.
But soon, we gained their trust.
It'll help you better
prepare storing foods
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These people had been completely
isolated from civilization.
No one had outlined a physical
fitness program for them,
and they had no athletic equipment.
I started them
on simple calisthenics,
worked up to rudimentary game skills,
and finally,
advanced competitive theory.
I was patient,
and they were eager to learn.
They seemed to enjoy themselves.
Probably due to advanced
American teaching techniques,
we bridged the generations
of isolation,
and communicated successfully
with the Molombos.
They're getting the hang of it.
When we re-enlist,
I'll teach them baseball.
Ted, I don't want to stay here.
It's time to go home
to the plans we made before the war.
A lot of people made plans
before the war. Like George Zip.
At that moment, I realised Elaine
had doubts about our relationship.
And that, as much as anything else,
led to my drinking problem.
We did come back to the States.
I tried a number of jobs.
I could go on,
but I'd probably bore you.
I couldn't blame Elaine.
She wanted a career.
- I can't stand it.
- What is it?
- Yes?
- It's my stomach.
I haven't felt this awful
since we saw that Ronald Reagan film.
I'll see if I can find
some dramamine.
Captain, a woman passenger
is very sick.
Airsick?
I think so,
but I've never seen it so acute.
Find out if a doctor's onboard
as quietly as you can.
Joey, have you ever been
in a Turkish prison?
I shouldn't have had
that second cup of coffee.
Jim never vomits at home.
Sorry to wake you.
I'm looking for a doctor.
There's nothing to worry about.
Stewardess, I think the man
next to me is a doctor.
Sir, excuse me. Sorry to wake you,
are you a doctor?
- That's right.
- We have sick passengers.
- Could you come look at them?
- Yes. Yes, of course.
Let me see your tongue.
I'll be back in a minute.
Tell the captain to land.
She must go to a hospital.
A hospital! What is it?
It's a big building with patients,
but that's not important.
- I must speak to the
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