[Goes to the Theater]
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[ Put away Dull Care! Two hours of Amusement. Don't Miss it! Two hours of fun, fun, fun] Mr. Bunion: I might as well see this show. Yes. I need a little amusement. [Box Office]
[Check Room ] Mr. Bunion: I want to check this valise and go in and see the show. Yes. I understand the show is a good one. I want to be amused, yes.
Performer #1: Keep on the happy side of life. Do not frown or worry as you go. There's a brighter time coming for us all. I know it 'cause my papa told me so.
Mr. Bunion: That isn't so awful bad. She sings quite well.
Performer #2: We are happy only when we are at work, our duties we should never never shirk. 'Tis the honest toil that brings to us a happy happy home.
Mr. Bunion: It brings him whatever he can get. Poor fellow, I presume.
Performer #3: She loved him with a love intense, and longed to see his milling face again. He went away she hasn't seen him since and now her heart is full pain a a a an. She's sitting by the---
Mr. Bunion: He's probably forgotten the date he had, poor girl.
Performer #4: The man who has a million is no better off than you, his troubles they are great while yours are small. So listen until me and I"ll tell of this song, life is a pleasure after all.
Mr. Bunion: It is if you say so old man, but, oh, well, this is only a show.
Performer #5: Nobodee eva dun nothing for meeeeee I neva did nothing' for nobody, no how. Some folks live on than fat of the lan' I live on the fat of the airh. Nobody cares for me, no ?
Mr. Bunion: I kind of like that song and he sings it very good.
[Check Room] Mr. Bunion: That's it, number twenty three! Your show is quite amusing.
Man: I've lost the check but I guess it's yours. No one seemed to claim it. Yes, sir.