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and a number, a number ? Yes, that’s for one. Always for one. Yes. That’s it. No. You know what… just throw in a couple egg rolls and that would be great. MAN: For years, Coney Island has been trying to attract this kind of development. WOMAN: Yeah. Right. Hopefully, Island Towers is the start of big things to come. And now, it is my honor to introduce to you… one of the men who made this all possible, George Wade. You look great. Go and earn your money, George. Thanks so much. Great. Thank you very much, Assemblyman Perez. Your mom is teaching today… so we’d better grab a bite to eat and be on our way. We have some protesting to do at the community center. I’m not going. What are you talking about? I cannot watch… another building get knocked down. Hey. We didn’t raise you to sit on the sidelines. Ever since you were a little girl, you fought for what you believed in. You were on the White House Enemies list at . Dad, I’m not sitting on the sidelines. I’m going to work. What’s the point? The man’s not listen to me. Besides, you know, he said some things to me that were just so… True. Then you change your tactics, you change your argument. You don’t give up. We didn’t give up on civil rights or equality for women or fair housing. Honey. Hmm. As long as people can change, the world can change. Yeah, but what if people can’t change? Hmm. Well… let me put it this way. I’m sitting here eating a piece of cheesecake made entirely of soy. And I hate it. But I’m eating it. I’m going to work. Bye. Good luck. LUCY: The law is clear on this. If the landlord has not kept up proper maintenance, he cannot evict you. We will help you, Mrs. Munez. Let me run and get you some forms you can fill out, and we’ll get started. Well, hello. Hi. You don’t remember me, do you? Polly St. Clair? You interviewed me? You thought I was having a baby? Oh, yes. Yes, Polly. Wow. So you work here now. Uh-huh. Terrific. How are you? Pregnant. I’m not falling for that one again. No, I’m really pregnant. You can congratulate me now. Polly, I was not born yesterday. I’m pregnant! You want to see the damn sonogram? LUCY: Mrs. Munez, we have two other cases… GEORGE: Hi. Hi. I’m busy. Yes. I need your advice on one last thing… and I promise you will never hear from me again. I just delivered the first speech written entirely by myself since we met… and I think I may have blown it, so I wanted to ask your thoughts. Okay. Then I will read it to you. “I’d like to welcome everyone on this special day.” Island Towers will bring prestige to the neighborhood… and be part of Brooklyn’s renaissance. And we’re very pleased and proud to be here. Unfortunately, there is one fly in the ointment. You see, I gave my word to someone… that we wouldn’t knock down this building behind me. Normally, and those who know me or were married to me can attest to this… my word wouldn’t mean very much. So why does it this time? Well, partly because this building is an architectural gem… and deserves to be landmarked. Partly because people do need a place to do senior’s water ballet and CPR. Preferably not together. But mainly because this person, despite being unusually stubborn… and unwilling to compromise and a very poor dresser, is… She’s… rather like the building she loves so much. A little rough around the edges, but when you look closely… absolutely beautiful. And the only one of her kind. And even though I’ve said cruel things and driven her away… she’s become the voice in my head. And I can’t seem to drown her out. And I don’t want to drown her out. So we are going to keep the community center. Because I gave my word to her… “and because we gave our word to the community.” And I didn’t sleep with June. That’s not in the speech, that’s me letting you know that important fact. Okay. What do you think? I have to get back to work. GEORGE: Right. Right, yes, yes, yes. Sorry to disturb. Congratulations again, Polly. Aside from the split infinitive that was somewhere in the middle… that speech was actually quite perfect, wasn’t it? Yeah. I don’t know what the hell you’re still doing sitting here. And I don’t even like him. George! Oh. LUCY: George, I just want to say thank you. Thank you and I know I can be harsh and demanding… but I want to try and change because I believe people can change. I can change and not be so demanding and, you know, like, meet you halfway. I just… I know… Things just… Once I… GEORGE: Lucy… I am in love with you. And I’m in love with you. Oh, I should just mention that I have resigned… and am now poor. Good. When I say poor, I mean we may have to share a helicopter with another family. Does that work for you? As long as I don’t have to work for you, we will be fine. Excellent. And now I would very much like to discuss that whole bobcat-pretzel thing. Oh, I was just kidding. I’m allergic to bobcats, actually. I’m very sorry to hear that. But I can do the pretzel. That’s excellent news. Hi, Mr. Wong, it’s Lucy Kelson. I need one number , two number sevens… I can’t believe how small this apartment is. It’s shocking.