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The Pajama Game- Act 1
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Oh, is this the Committee?
That's right, Mr. Sorokin. This is the committee.
Charley, this Grievance Committee is different.
Never mind the snow job.
I'm sorry. All right... Look, I shoved the kid. What's the next move?
He says you hit him.
Her name is Miss Williams
What's the difference?
Oh, I'm sorry Miss Williams.
It doesn't matter.
Well, he ought to know the Committee's right name.
Take it easy. Look, Mr. Sorokin. I have quite a few problems of my own right now. This helper says you socked him.
Let's be practical. This is a lot of darned nonsense.
We don't happen to think so, Mr. Sorokin. You're not supposed to strike an employee. We have rules about that.
I know. For both sides, I hope. Listen, Miss Williams, I'll spread it on the table. This young man needs vocational guidance.
You think so?
I don't see what all this has to do with it.
Well, it seems you haven't made a very good impression on our new superintendent.
Look, Miss Williams. I've got to get this factory going. Can't we take this up later?
Of course we can, Mr. Sorokin. That's in the rule book too.
Go tell the nurse to check your arm... then send me a report.
Thanks for your cooperation, Miss Williams.
It's all in the rule book.
I must read that rule book sometime.
You certainly should.
Hello. Say Babe, what about that kid hat got hit? What'd the super have to say for himself?
That's one for the birds, Prez. That kid hasn't even got a bruise on his arm. He's a faker.
You think so, huh, Babe?
Sure, he's a phony. If that guy Sorokin ever really hit him he'd break him in two.
He's so wonderful.
The new Super. I think he's simply woo-woo, don't you?
I didn't notice.
Yeah... she lit up.
You girls are getting...
Loves comes at last to Babe Williams.
Oh, get off it! I hardly looked at the man. I'm the Grievance Committee. Love- are you nuts?
Some people can't tell when it hits them...
Have a seat.
I wanted to talk to you about that assault and battery case.
Well, we thought we would just forget about that, Mr. Sorokin.
Yeah. We all knew that injured arm was a lot of nonsense. To tell you the truth, we've had trouble with him before.
I can believe that. If you only knew what I had to go through to get him to kick across with a screwdriver. I'd have been justified if I have socked him.
Well we won't go into that. But anyhow we have it down in our books as a slight nudge.
Personally, I think a little physical punishment is good for people once in a while.
Oh, you do? Captain Bligh!!
How about a date?
How about going out to dinner some night?
Well, I don't know.
Maybe check up on some of the local hot spots?
Thanks. But I don't think so.
What is this strange power I have over women?
It really wouldn't work, not at all.
Looks like I struck out that time.
It's nothing personal.
But you see you're the Superintendent and I'm the Grievance Committee.
Well, if it isn't Miss Grievance Committee.
Say, Eddie, I want an enlargement of this.
You tell him Miss Williams is a very cold-hard-boiled doll and he wouldn't like her at all if he got to know her.
No, I don't. Some people have no sense at all, darn fool.
What happened to you?
Hey, hey. Don't get foolish.
I'll do it.
Oh, no Babe.
Can you knock the apple off my head, Heinzie?
Making you nervous? How do you think I feel?
Where's my apple?
I think that's enough!
Give it to me.
Come on now! Don't be a darned fool!
Keep out of this! Go on shoot, Professor!
My, but you're an impetuous girl.
I get along all right.
That defiant policy of your is going to get you into trouble some day, Catherine Williams.
Well, it's been working out all right so far.
Listen, I've got a new policy in mind. For both you and me.
Let's quite fighting.
Come here, Catherine.
Where are we going?
Gee, baby... you're terrific.
You're not so bad yourself...
A petrified bat.
Now, Pop, Sid is not interested in petrified bats.
Well, what the heck dear... I didn't say he was.
I know you.
The tyranny of women.
Old number fifteen waits for no man.
Pop belt your ears off?
But I like you better.
No, no, no.
Are you hungry?
Not exactly hungry. Not the way you mean anyway.
Say, Sid. You like stamps?
Say, he has got a full set of Mint Columbians.
Sure he has. That's why I work at Sleep Tite.
He's a nice guy, Babe-
You're a good boy, Sid. He likes you too.
I feel good, Babe. I feel like home.
I wonder if we've got any Onions.
I'm gonna make a Western. Want one?
Food is not uppermost in my thoughts at the moment.
Guess you'll want some coffee too.
No... it'll keep me awake. Now cut it out.
What's the matter, lover?
The Pygmy tribes in Africa may have a war.
I think I'll make that Western.
Oh, Babe, have a heart!
Every darned apron in the wash.
That's your great worry in life, eh?
I don't want to get grease spots on this dress. I paid twenty bucks for it.
Take it off.
Look out, I'm cooking.
Sid. There's something I got to talk about.
I think you're wonderful and I love you. But we're in for a lot of trouble.
No. Baby, why should we be?
There's something going to come between us.
Not any who. Seven-and-a-half cents.
That contract, Lover... that's important. Maybe we ought to face that before...
Don't talk nonsense.
Sid, you mustn't treat me like a baby.
I'm not, darling.
You've got to listen. I don't know why the Union's so important to me... but it is... I guess you got to be on a team. And that's why no matter what's with us... I'm going to be fighting for my side and fighting hard.
How do you feel about me, Babe?
I love you terribly.
If we both feel that way about each other, isn't that enough?
You don't know me.
Babe, I love you.
All right. I can take it if you can.
Hello, Babe. We're talkin' about you.
Are you coming?
No. I've got a date.
Here I am.
Hi! Did I keep you waiting?
That makes it much nicer when you get here.
I've got one more thing to do! Do you mind another five minutes?
I don't mind anything. I love you.
...are you happy?
I don't even touch the ground.
It's good, isn't it?
So good I can hardly believe it. Tell me.
I love you.
I love you more than all the heroes in all the history books in the world.
I love you more.
Who did that?
That's fine. First vacation I've had in three years. I need one,
-So long girls.
Keep thy shop, and thy shop will keep thee.
Group 0 is the entire match, group 1 covers the first set of parentheses, and group 2 covers the second set of parentheses.
The correct answer is : He has a job as an ........ for a graphic design company. (ILLUSTRATE)
Bobby would have been playing ball - until the cows came home - if it hadn't been for Suzie dragging him home for dinner.
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