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Season 1 | Episode: 3 | Scene: Jack Reads Kenneth | Line: 225

Jack:  
Will you, little Kenneth Ellen Parcell From Stone Mountain, Georgia. Growing up in your mama’s tract house. Dreaming of working on a TV show. Dreaming of making all the way to the NBC?
Kenneth:  
You’re scaring me Mr. Donaghy.
Jack:  
You've come a long way, haven't you, Kenneth Ellen, with your cheap loafers and your page jacket? But You’ll always be a pig farmer's son, boy, cause I smell fried baloney all over you.
Jack:  
I'm all in
Kenneth:  
I'm out of chips, Mr. Donaghy.
 
Jack
Jack

Hey, I got a fun idea. You put your page jacket on the table. And if you win, you can get it back. If you lose... you go on home. You go on home, little Kenneth Ellen. All the way to stone mountain.


Everyone:  
Go for it! He's Bluffing! Do it! Test yourself. Don't do it.
Jack:  
I’ve got a pair of two’s.
Kenneth:  
Well let’s just seeby-weeby. I’ve got a two, a four, a nine, a six, and a King.
Jack:  
That means I win.
Liz:  
Kenneth Why did you bet that terrible hand?

 
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