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in your spare time, of course.
Oh, the briefcase
is a slight gift from the bank.
Well, thank you.
Thank you very much, Mr Milton.
- Glad to have you back with us, Al.
- Thank you, sir.
Sweetheart, l knew you'd be heartbroken.
But listen, you can get another blonde.
What about Sylvia Mack?
Oh, you're crazy.
l think her legs are cute.
l'm sorry too, but he doesn't
want me to work nights.
He says it's inconvenient.
Oh, he's wonderful. And how!
Snappy uniform, a whole
ribbon counter on his chest.
- Sure, l'll bring him in sometime.
- (door bell)
Hey, the door bell's ringing.
l guess that's my Freddy.
Bye.
Hey, Marie, have you got an extra key?
l'd like to have it.
- What are you looking at?
- Holy smoke, honey!
That's the first time l've ever seen you
in civilian clothes.
Well, from now on, honey,
you're not gonna see me in anything else.
l just got it out of the mothballs
over at Pop's house.
l called up the Blue Devil.
- Who?
- The nightclub. l told 'em l'm through.
- Oh, swell.
- But let's go there for dinner.
l'd like to introduce you.
They've heard all about you.
Anything you say, honey.
Here's some perfume l bought in Paris.
Oh! Fleurette No. 5!
And this scarf's cute!
To think of having things from Paris!
Freddy, honey, you're just a big hunk
of heaven. What's that a picture of?
Bomb hits on Dsseldorf.
That's my B-1 7.
What are those?
- Little black flowers that grow in the sky.
- Huh?
- Hey, that's me!
- l had it pasted above my bombsight.
- lt took a lot of trips over Germany.
- That's sweet.
The guys'd kid me about it. They'd take
a look at it and ask ''Who's the dame?''
When l told 'em it was my wife they'd say
''Nobody's got a wife looks like that.''
''What's her telephone number?''
When we go out
will you wear your uniform?
- Oh, no.
- For my sake.
- l'm sorry, baby.
- l'd be so proud to be out with you.
Won't you, please?
Well, seeing as it's you and seeing as l
can't find any place to hang it, all right.
But it's the last time.
lf you don't like me in civilian clothes,
we'll just have to stay here all the time.
Would that be so bad?
You gotta get yourself some new clothes.
That suit's awful.
l know, it's terrible. But they tell me
you can't buy anything new now.
l know where you can get
snappy suits made to order.
- You mean there's a black market?
- lf you know the right people,
and don't care how much you spend...
We're not worrying about that, baby.
l got money, cash money.
Nearly 1 ,000 bucks,
from the good old US Treasury.
Oh, now you look wonderful!
You look like yourself.
lt's so wonderful,
l can hardly believe it.
Now we can have a real honeymoon,
without a care in the world.
Just as if nothing had ever happened.
Just as if you'd never gone away.
We're right back where we started.
- Don't say that, Marie.
- Don't say what?
That we're right back where we started.
We never wanna be back there.
But why not? What is it?
What's the matter?
Oh, never mind. Skip it. l went back to the
drugstore today and l just got reminded.
Come on, let's go out and have fun.
- Hello, Wilma.
- Good afternoon, Mr Parrish.
- Have you seen Homer?
- He's in the woodshed.
He wants to practise shooting.
So he can go hunting.
You'd have thought he'd seen
enough shooting in the war.
l guess he just wants to find
something to occupy himself.
l guess so.
l wish there was something
l knew to do for him.
His mother and l have tried
to make him feel at home,
but he just keeps to himself all the time.
Hello, Luella.
What are you kids doing?
Nothing. We're just playing.
That's his girl. They're engaged.
- Oh. Hello, Wilma.
- Hello.
- Looking for something?
- No. Go right ahead.
- How'd you do, Homer?
- Only fair.
Well, you did fine.
l'll do better.
l've been wanting to talk to you.
- What about?
- About everything. About us.
What about us?
We're all right, aren't we?
No. Listen to me, Homer.
l'm listening.

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