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You can start by sweeping the floor.
Mayor Goldie Wilson.
I like the sound of that.
Hey, Dad! George! Hey, you on the bike!
He's a peeping Tom!
Dad!
Wait a minute. Who are you?
Stella! Another one of these damn kids
jumped in front of my car!
Come out herel
Help me take him in the house!
Mom?
That you?
There, there, now.
Just relax.
You've been asleep
for almost nine hours now.
I had a horrible nightmare.
I dreamed that I went back in time.
It was terrible.
Well
you're safe and sound now
back in good old 1955.
1955?
You're my
My name is Lorraine.
Lorraine Baines?
Yeah.
But you're
You're so
You're so thin!
Just relax, Calvin.
You got a big bruise on your head.
Where are my pants?
Over there
on my hope chest.
I've never seen
purple underwear before, Calvin.
Calvin?
Why do you keep calling me Calvin?
That is your name, isn't it? Calvin Klein.
It's written all over your underwear.
I guess they call you Cal, huh?
No, actually, people
call me Marty.
Pleased to meet you, Calvin
Marty
Klein.
Do you mind if I sit here?
No. Fine.
No. Good. Fine. Good.
That's a big bruise you have there.
Lorraine, are you up there?
Oh, my God! It's my mother!
Quick! Put your pants back on!
Marty, how long have you been in port?
Excuse me?
I guessed you're a sailor.
That's why you wear that life preserver.
Coast guard.
Sam, here's the young man you hit
with your car. He's all right. Thank God.
What were you doing
in the middle of the street?
Don't pay attention to him.
He's in one of his moods.
Quit fiddling with that thing.
Come in here to dinner.
You already know Lorraine.
This is Milton, this is Sally
that's Toby, and over there
in the playpen is little baby Joey.
So, you're my uncle Joey.
Better get used to these bars, kid.
Yes. Joey just loves being in his playpen.
He cries whenever we take him out,
so we leave him in there all the time.
Well, Marty, I hope you like meat loaf.
Well, listen, I really ought to-
Sit here, Marty.
Sam, stop fiddling with that thing
and come in here and eat your dinner.
Look at it roll.
Now we can watch
Jackie Gleason while we eat.
Our first television set.
Dad just picked it up today.
Do you have a television?
Well, yeah.
You know, we have two of them.
Wow! You must be rich.
Honey, he's teasing you.
Nobody has two television sets.
I've seen this one. This is a classic.
This is where Ralph dresses up
as a man from space.
What do you mean, you've seen this?
It's brand-new.
Yeah, well, I saw it on a rerun.
What's a rerun?
You'll find out.
You know, Marty,
you look so familiar to me.
Do I know your mother?
Yeah, I think maybe you do.
Then I'll call her.
I don't want her to worry about you.
You can't.
That is, nobody's home.
Yet.
Listen.
Do you know where Riverside Drive is?
It's on the other end of town.
A block past Maple. East end of town.
A block past Maple.
That's John F. Kennedy Drive.
Who the hell is John F. Kennedy?
Mother?
With Marty's parents out of town
don't you think
he ought to spend the night?
After all,
Dad almost killed him with the car.
That's true, Marty.
I think you should spend the night.
I think you're our responsibility.
Well, gee, I don't know.
He can sleep in my room.
I got to go!
Thanks very much. You were all great.
See you all later.
Much later.
He's a very strange young man.
He's an idiot.
Comes from upbringing.
His parents are probably idiots, too.
Lorraine, you ever have a kid
who acts that way, I'll disown you.
Doc?
Don't say a word.
No names. I want
to know nothing about you.
Listen, Doc-
Quiet!
Don't tell me anything.
You got to help-
Quiet.
I'm going to read your thoughts.
Let's see now.
You come here from a great distance?
Yeah. Exactly.
Don't tell me!
You want me to subscribe
to the "Saturday Evening Post".
No.
Not a word now!
Quiet.
Donations.
You want me to make a donation
to the Coast Guard Youth Auxiliary.
Doc
I'm from the

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