The stooges get jobs as census takers and wind up in a fancy mansion looking for people to survey. Moe and Larry are recruited to join a bri...更多>
Moe: Are you married or happy? Moe: Now, calm yourself. We're census takers, madam. How old are you? Larry: What address is this?
Lady having bridge party
: One hundred and two. Moe: You don't look a day over eighty. Lady having bridge party: Young man, I'm twenty-nine. Moe: Oh, yeah? Lady having bridge party: Well, how do I look? Moe: Oh, you look like a million. Larry: Ah, she can't be that old. (Larry and Moe open her mouth and check her teeth.) Forty-three. Moe: Fifty. Larry: Forty-three! Moe: Fifty! Larry: Forty-three! Moe: Fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, (mouth begins to move much faster) fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty, fifty... Curly: Sooold American! Curly: Roses are red, and how do you do? Drink four of these and woo, woo, woo, woo! Larry: [after all three are unable to find anyone else to interview] Where is everybody? Curly: Maybe it's The Fourth of July. Moe: The Fourth of July in October? Curly: You never can tell... look what they did to Thanksgiving! Moe: Boy, you got brains like Napoleon. Larry: Napoleon's dead. Moe: I know it. Curly: I'm gettin' sick and tired of this! How old are you? Football player: Ninteen! Curly: Now we're gettin' somewhere! Football player: Eighty-three! Twenty-seven! Twenty-two! Curly: Why don't you make up your mind? Moe: Pardon us, madame, we're census takers. What's your name? Larry: And your address? Curly: What's more important, what's your phone number? Nyuk, nyuk . . . [Woman hits them with her purse] Moe: Boy, look at that. There must be a hundred thousand people in there. We'll make a fortune! Curly: Woo-woo! Moe: How much is four cents times a hundred thousand? Curly: [With shock] Nyahhh . . . [gives in, stands up straight and begins to type in the air with typewriter sound effects. Sweeps his head with the sound of the typewriter bar being pushed back. Finally pulls a strip of paper from his mouth. Reads paper] Curly: A dollar and a half. Moe: A dollar and a half?! Curly: That's without the tax!