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Everyone says they want their money back and George says they can have it after 60 days and they all whine like little bitches. George explains that they agreed to those terms when they bought their shares but of course they are lazy and didn’t read the fine print and now they want their money or they’re going to get lawyers because life’s not fair when you don’t take responsibility for your actions!
Some moron runs in and says Potter is paying fifty cents on the dollar so better to get half your money now than wait a week for the FULL AMOUNT. Oy. George has to explain that if they do that Potter wins, yadda yadda, why aren’t these people wise to Potter’s ways by now? It’s shocking nobody has killed him.
Unfortunately George doesn’t have any cash – except he does! Mary holds up their honeymoon money and he offers it to everyone to hold them over until the bank reopens next week. Or never. Most people just take $20 but some jerks take more. One nice lady asks for $17.50 and George kisses her.
The Building and Loan makes it to 6pm with $2 left. They put them in the safe calling them mama dollar and papa dollar and ask them to have babies real quick. That’s actually not how it works. George suddenly realizes he’s married and wonders where Mary is. She’s on the phone! She wants him to come home – and gives him a strange address, calling it the Waldorf Hotel. Freaks.
George walks up to the Bedford Falls Waldorf Hotel and it’s the old mansion Mary loved. A police officer hangs posters of faraway places in the window as some guy (the taxi driver?) opens the door like a doorman. George walks in and believe me, it’s a bit of a fixer upper. Mary has a fire going, food on the table, and the bed made. They’re good to go!
George walks over and sees that Mary has invented the first Ronco rotisserie machine by hooking a grilling spit to a record player on a stool. Ingenious! Well, she did go to college. “Welcome home, Mr. Bailey,” she says. Men outside start singing and I hope they leave before Mary and George get busy. Awkward!
Mary asks him if he remembers the night they broke the windows in the house. “This is what I wished for,” she says. Yes, and your wish came true because you killed Bailey Sr. Nice job, murderer!