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[hears helicopters at Corky's wedding]
[runs outside. Screams at the Copters]
Get out of here, you vultures! You're not getting one lousy picture. I've got a *bazooka*! And I'm not afraid to use it!
Murphy, get in here!
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So glad to see this pathetic reboot cancelled. I knew when I watched the first (and my last) episode that it would be gone soon. I watch television to be entertained not to see political opinions from pantsuit wearing hasbeen Hillary wannabe old cows who need to impose their views on everyone. All I can say is hahahahahahahahahaha🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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