Hacks – S03E02 – Better Late | Transcript

Deborah and Ava struggle to stay out of one another's orbits -- especially when Deborah lands an unexpected opportunity.
Hacks - S03E02 - Better Late

Season 3 – Episode 2
Episode title: Better Late
Original release date: May 2, 2024

Plot: Deborah and Ava struggle to stay out of one another’s orbits — especially when Deborah lands an unexpected opportunity.

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[Mondo Cozmo’s “Plastic Soul”]

[cell phone chimes]

♪ ♪

I did a benefit with Shaquille O’Neal yesterday.

Oh, yeah?

Yeah. And I swear to God, your hands are bigger than his.


Should I do stock market?

Yes. Why the hell wouldn’t you?

I like having all my money in checking, so when I get a receipt at the ATM, I see a high number.

And, uh–Deborah?

Oh, sorry. I–

I’ve been approached about doing a podcast.

I got to say, very impressed you don’t have one.

[indistinct excited chatter] I know, right?

Thank you so much.

[indistinct conversation]

No, no, thank you.


I’m cooking dinner for Ruby tonight.

Did you know you can make dressing?

It doesn’t just come as dressing in a bottle.

Of course.

I travel with my own balsamic.

I’d be selling it, too, if goddamn Newman

hadn’t cornered the market.


[car horns honking]

Sorry. Sorry.

♪ ♪

[indistinct speech]

What time were you born?

I wanna look at your birth chart to see

what houses your planets are in.

Don’t know, but I can tell you

what cities my houses are in–

uh, Vegas, Aspen, LA,

Jackson Hole, Palm Beach,

and if penthouses count, Dubai.

Remind me, do you observe Lent?

Absolutely not.

Do you?

Hi, honey, it’s Josefina.

Deborah took an Ambien

but will text you in the morning…

or in the afternoon if it was 20 milligrams.

Good night.

♪ ♪

♪ Whenever I think of her ♪

♪ ♪

[dog snores]

Hey, quiet on set. We’re close.

Hey, Deborah, I’m Mark, the first AD.


We’re almost ready to go.

We’re just waiting on the fountains.

Can we get your stand-in so you’re out of the sun?

Oh, no, it’s fine, baby. I’ve got an umbrella coming in.


Move it!

[umbrella opens]

[giggles] Hi.



So I bumped into the booker for late night,

and he said again how much they’d love to have you on.

Eh, no.

I-I got too much going on.

Really? Because you did make time

to do this ad for the Vegas Chamber of Commerce.

I love Vegas. I love commerce.

Let’s just pass on it for now.

This is the fourth time they’ve asked.

And your special was a year ago now.

They’re not gonna ask again,

and I really think this is the moment.

The answer is no.

No means no, Jimmy.

Get over it.

I got you, girl.

Okay, yes, but I need you to explain why.


I can’t keep passing

on something that I think as your manager

you should be doing.

That’s the show I almost hosted, Jimmy.

After my special, everybody knows how badly I wanted that.

So if I go on the show and I don’t kill…

it’s like, you know, of course she isn’t hosting.

She’s not even a good guest.



That’s just kind of lame of you.

[scoffs] Excuse me?

Spicy boy.

Deborah, of course you’re gonna kill.

You always kill. All you need to do

is tell a good story, and I bet you have binders

full of amazing stories to tell.


See? All right, you know,

I’m just gonna tell ’em you’re gonna do it, unless you want me

to offer them Vanna White singing “We Are The World.”

In C flat. Do you guys want to hear it?

She sent me a voice memo of the whole thing.

both: No.

Fine, I’ll do it.

Tell them I’ll do it. both: Yes.

Okay, this is a good decision

that was very simple. I’m glad we…

We’re ready!

Worked it out.

Okay, we’re ready.

Break a leg, girl.


We’re ready.



And action.

The shopping!


We got it. That is a wrap on Deborah.

Hey, hey, eye.

What? Are you okay?

Watch my eye. Yeah.

Jimmy, where’s the car?

It’s right over here.

Come here, queen.

All right, we had them double-park.

♪ Love is not a stranger anymore ♪

[moaning, gasping]

Okay, so Tripadvisor is–

Oh, my God, can I just have…


Like, one second?

Yeah, sorry.


Okay, so Tripadvisor is–


Sorry, but if we want to stay in a gligloo

when we’re in Iceland, all the reviews are saying

that we need to book now.

A gligloo?

Glam igloo.


Could be chic.


I know the show hasn’t given you your dates yet, but–

Just book it.

Are you sure?


Let’s do whatever you want.

You’re spending your whole hiatus where I’m shooting.

I’ll tell them they have to work around it,

and they’ll just have to deal.


Very hot number-one-on-thecall-sheet energy, baby.


♪ Oh, baby ♪

♪ You got me ♪

♪ Now that you’re all alone ♪

♪ Can’t you see what you’re doing to me baby ♪

♪ Oh, baby ♪


Deborah, right here.

We’ve got Arnold, Carmen, and Carmen’s cousin.


Oh, my goodness.

Oh, and the cousins are here.

Hey, Deborah, looking gorgeous.

Can you just write, to Kevin,

congrats on your gastric bypass.

Hope this one sticks, honey.

Oh, thank you so much.

Deb, I found out our dogs go to the same groomer.

What’s this?

It’s a candle.

This is two chins ago.

I never would have approved this.

Where’d you get it?

I bought it off of Etsy.

Who the fuck is Betsy?

No, Etsy, it’s a website.

There’s a lot of DV merch on there.

I actually just bought a replica

of your birth certificate.


I’m right here.

Did you know about this?


I’m taking this.

She took my candle.


Let’s call Grandma.

[Clarence Reid’s “Miss Hot Stuff”]

♪ Miss hot stuff ♪

♪ I’m hot for you ♪

♪ Miss hot stuff ♪

♪ Yes ♪

♪ I’m hot for you ♪

[papers thud loudly]

And what are these?

These are websites I printed out.

Oh. Good?

Do you know how many sellers there are on Etsy

making a profit off my name and likeness?

I don’t.

Look at this first one.

This is a throw pillow.

Okay, it says, tax loopholes are my love language.

Now, that’s true, but, I mean, I didn’t authorize this.

Did you?

No, but now I want this pillow.

It’s not funny, Marcus. This needs to stop now.

Okay, okay, I’ll get on it.

Look at this.

It’s a coffee cup that says,

I’m so old, I went apple picking with Eve.

I mean, I like the joke, but I hate that font.

[funk music]

♪ ♪


[soft music]

♪ ♪


[The 5th Dimension’s “Feelin’ Alright?”]

♪ I’ve got to leave before I start to scream ♪


♪ Someone locked the door and took the keys ♪

♪ Are you feeling all right? Uh-huh ♪

♪ I ain’t feeling that good myself now ♪

♪ Oh, no ♪

♪ Feeling all right ♪


This is your last late night story.

You’ve gone through the whole Rolodex?

Uh-huh. It’s USO debacle in Germany.

That’s a good one, but that hinges

on the Berlin Wall still being erect.

I just think you do the other one,

change Studio 54 to Buddha Bar and Quaaludes to fentanyl.

Oh, that is sad.

Buddha Bar is no Studio 54.

Yeah, sure.

God damn it.

Martha Stewart is so lucky she went to jail.

I mean, that shit’s evergreen.

Why don’t you tell a more recent story?

You can talk about your new horsehair bed from Austria.

Remember when we thought it wouldn’t fit

through the window but then it did?

Yeah, very relatable.

Are you sure you didn’t miss anything in there?

Let me check.

Did it, did it.

Oh, Benihana’s with O.J. Simpson.


Forget it.

You know what?

I’m going to make a new story.


[funky music]

Scott Thompson?

Carrot Top, yeah. How can I help you?

As you know, this land has been zoned

a historic environmental preservation zone.

We’re going to need you to vacate

the premises immediately so we can begin demolition.

Demolition? What the fuck are you talking about?

Yes, sir. There was a city council meeting

where this was discussed.

No one has ever discussed anything with me about any–

Please put whatever belongings

will fit into this bag.

Are you fucking kidding me?

Demolition will begin in 20 minutes.

20 minutes? This is a joke.

Mr. Top, we sent several notices.

You didn’t send jack shit, and I don’t think

you have the right fucking house.

See if you have the right fucking house on there.

1929 Chickasaw Way.

God damn it!

[whistles] [engine turning over]

Wait, wait, wait, wait.

Wait, no, stop, you can’t do this!



I got you. I got you.


Oh, thanks so much.

I needed a story for late night.

This is going to play like gangbusters.

Do not have anything better to do with your time?

What the fuck is wrong with you?

Oh, lighten up.

What’s wrong with me?

What’s wrong with your landscaper?

Look at this shrub. It’s dead.

I should take that out.

Jesus. No, stop it.

Stop, stop, stop!

I fucking love that bush!

♪ ♪



So you’re “DebbieTwoTon,” huh?


Ezekiel, do you know what this is?

A candle.

But who is on the candle?

The greatest living comedian of our time.

You have a problem.

First of all, this candle is not soy based.

That’s going to be a dirty burn.


But your real problem is that you’re running

an Etsy store selling unauthorized merchandise.

And my very litigious business associate can sue you

for trademark infringement.

It would be an honor to be in litigation with Deborah.

And, also, I will not be policed by some straight guy

who doesn’t get it because he’s not even a fan.

I’m not straight.

Prove it.

And just so you know, I am the original fan.

I created the first Deborah Vance merchandise.

I am the original fan.

I’ve seen every one of her specials over 40 times.

Okay. Then what was her most well-attended overseas show?

Stockholm ’97. Her birthday.

Her real birthday.

Same day, two years earlier. Bra size?

None. She does custom.

What’s her favorite food if calories don’t count?

Potatoes dauphinoise. If calories do count?

Endive salad, no croutons.


What’s her favorite snack?

Ezekiel, that’s a trick question.

Deborah Vance doesn’t snack,

but she’s contractually obligated to say–

both: Wheat Thins.

Are you as turned on as I am?


You have 48 hours to fulfill all outstanding orders,

and then you will shut this site down.

I had no choice.

I have always wanted a Deborah Vance tour jacket,

and they were always too small.

So I made some in my size, and they sold out within a day.

There is a community of people out there

who are hungry for this stuff, and I gave it to them.

Then, naturally, I branched out into unlicensed cookbooks,

oven mitts, cell phone cases.

You know, the more you talk, the stronger my lawsuit gets.

Okay, okay.

But if I don’t do it, someone else will.

[sighs] Good day, Ezekiel.

♪ ♪


Here we go. Come on. Keep going.




Made you something. Matcha.

Oh, thanks. Put it over on the big tire.


And time. [device beeps]

Good. Go right into squat jumps.

Down, explode. Nice.

So I was just thinking, maybe we should get

some new silverware.

[panting] Yeah, sure.

You have 15 seconds. Push.

It’s just that I have my silverware,

and you have your silverware,

but I just thought it would be nice

if we had, like, our silverware.

Yeah, sure. New silverware.

Time. Nice. Back on the rope. [device beeps]

Back on the rope. Right to it.

Okay. Enjoy your matcha.

Don’t know why she’s doing all that.

Perfect the way she is.

Love you.

And time. [device beeps]


She has scoliosis. [door opens]

I know.

Ready for the bike?

I’m ready.


And then I told him we could sue him if he didn’t stop.

Good. That should settle it.

But then he said something interesting.

Basically, people were asking him to make these products.

He was only meeting a demand that was already there.


So I think we should bring him in and the other sellers.

They understand the Deborah Vance marketplace,

because they are the marketplace.

Oh, so we bring them in, and then we sue them.

No, no.

We bring in the independent creators,

and we spotlight them on QVC.

Listen, we’ve had an amazing year.

Your profile is raised,

and that’s been hugely helpful for the company.

But if we want to really scale up,

we’ve got to start branching out and putting your stamp

of approval on outside products,

the way Oprah did with her Favorite Things.

I like Oprah.

Everyone does.

But this would be a special hour every week on QVC

devoted to the House of Vance.

And for every sale, we get a cut, naturally.

And after that, we sue them.

Oh, Jesus, I’m kidding.

But I’m afraid that QVC might think

we’re diluting the brand.

I mean, it could backfire.

It won’t.

Trust me.

Okay. [chuckles]

Let’s pitch it on Monday’s call.

All right.

[bright music]

♪ ♪


Yeah, mama.

So how you feeling?

Really good.

You were right. This is the right moment to do this.


It’s going to kill.

All gold.


Is that hazelnut coffee?




And then I went right over his shrubs.

I guess you could say I trimmed Carrot’s top.



Does that work?

Yeah, that’s fun.

[knock at door]

Hey, so, little problem.

Danny’s got salmonella from the egg toss

he did with Christiane Amanpour yesterday.

We have to cancel and air a rerun.

No. Oh.

Really sorry, Deborah.

Shit, I’ve got to release the audience.

Shit, will you guys excuse me a minute?

Wait, hey, um, what if Deborah guest-hosts?

I mean, Danny’s a fan, right?

And you know she’d be great. She almost hosted herself.

Would you?

[scoffs] Yeah, I can do that.


Um, I have to get approval from Winnie Landell, but–

Oh, my God, Winnie Landell, I know her.

We met in Montreal.


Yeah, yeah.

We’re going to have to move really fast if this is–

Yeah, let’s go. Where are my writers?

You made them wait outside because they have

hazelnut coffee breath.

Well, find some mints.


We have a monologue to write.

We’re going to need a guest for the second act.

You know, let us help with that.

We can help.

Yeah, we can help with that.


♪ Give me some more of that funky good loving ♪

We have some pitches that we think

you’re really going to like, Deborah.

Great, great. Okay. Well, we don’t have much time,

so there’s no such thing as a bad idea.

Let’s hear them.


So maybe an in-studio sketch where you try not to set

your desk on fire but can’t.


Because of the whole, like, burning-down-the-house thing.

Yeah, I got it. I got it.

Anything else?

What about a desk piece where you go through celebrities

and guess their favorite sex position?

Like Daniel Radcliffe’s could be Dobby style.



Like doggy style…

but Dobby.

So how long till we tape, again?

About an hour.



What if we put you in a Lincoln hat,

and you punch a sack of corn?

No, no, no. I totally get it. It’s fine.

We’ll circle back. Okay, all right, bye.

Shit, she’s in New York.

What about your mom?


My mom’s Deidre Hall from “Days of Our Lives.”

Honestly, she’s always camera ready,

but I’m not sure it’s worth it.

Oh, my God, Reese Witherspoon, I love her.

Do you have a connection to her?

I feel like I do. I love her.

I just said that.

Someone needs to listen.

What if you sing?

You know, you could really show off your musical-comedy chops.

Musical comedy is an oxymoron.

Yes, of course.

What about a desk piece, and we call “Deb-it or Credit.”

Good, good. So what is it?

Oh, I don’t know.

I was just seeing if you liked the title first.

Oh, oh, you wear a wig, right?


Maybe something with that?

Something with wigs?


[phone buzzing]


Yeah, hi, this is going to be quick,

because I don’t have much time.


Loving this energy. Very “Bourne Identity.”

Well, listen, Danny Collins is out sick.

Oh, shit.

But trimming Carrot Top’s bush.

Yeah, I know, I know. But listen.

I’m going to guest host. And so that’s happening.

Oh, my God, that’s amazing. Yeah.

We’re throwing together a show, like, right now, now.

So would it be okay if I, uh,

you know, asked you your opinion about a joke?

Sure. Okay, thanks. How’s this?

Danny has salmonella.

The good news is, no one can directly

connect me with the purchase of any toxic chemicals.

What about the good news is, we’re saving the network money

’cause I only cost 80 cents on the dollar.

[laughs] That’s good.

That’s good. I like that.

Well, I’m getting a lot of texts here from my mom.

She’s wondering if she can get a car and driver to the show

and then keep it after.

His mom has an incredible body.

Kayla, I don’t want to hear that, though.

It’s a compliment.


What? Perfect ass.

Kayla, this is my mother you’re talking about.

You’re giving me a bad taste in my mouth.

Stop talking about my mom.

Okay, sorry that I complimented your mom’s body.

You never say anything about my mom’s body.

It would be wildly inappropriate if I did.

Why would I talk about your mother’s body?

She’s cute.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. That would be funny.

And–yes. And for a desk piece.

Oh, the visual.

The visual would be great.

Oh, my God.

And then we could tag it with–

[laughs] Yes, oh, that’s perfect.

Yes. Oh, my God, that’s the perfect opener.

Thank you.


Look, I know you probably can’t, but…

it’d be so much easier if you just came here.

Hello? [line beeps]


Sorry. Lost service in the elevator.

Okay. So, yeah, I think that works for the opener,

but then I think you got to go right into the Danny stuff.

Okay. Yeah, you’re right, you’re right, you’re right.

Okay, but the poison line, is that too lateral?

No, no, I don’t think you need it at all.

Okay, last question before she agrees.

Does the hair and makeup department

use cruelty-free products?

I mean, I’ll ask.

I’m just going to get her here.

I’ll figure it out.

Guess what.


We do not have to worry anymore.

We don’t need a guest. Deborah figured it out.

Well, what’s the idea?

She did not tell me. She actually said to get away.

So… [laughs]

But I think it’s going to be good.

We don’t need to worry. [phone buzzes]

Well, this is going to suck. Would you excuse me?

Hey, Mommy.

Yeah, it turns out they do test on animals, big-time.

I know.

She said Kinos only. No LEDs. 2,900 Kelvin.

And move “A” camera 30 degrees clockwise

so we get more of her good side.

And do you have any copper-colored lav mics?

If not, I’m going to need a can of spray paint.

♪ ♪

Hanging there, sweetheart, to the right.

You see it hanging there? The pink.

The pink.

Perfect, perfect, perfect.

Good evening. How’s everyone doing tonight?

Good, good.

Sorry, I think you got to make that bigger.


Yeah, her text font is, like, double the size of that.

No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

These are going to block her good side.

I need those on the back wall. Small ones over there.


Are you ready to be the best audience

late night has ever heard?

[cheers and applause]

[soft music]

♪ ♪


[warm-up comic speaks indistinctly]

[cheers and applause]

Ladies and gentleman, please welcome your host,

Deborah Vance!

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

Thank you.

♪ ♪

Colors look amazing.

Thank you so much.

As you might know, Danny is out with a health issue.

And out of respect for his privacy,

I can’t say much more than that.

But should you experience an erection lasting longer

than six hours, this is a medical emergency,

and you should consult a doctor.


[cheers and applause]

I recently found out there’s a group of people on Etsy

who are selling knockoff Deborah Vance merchandise

with things I supposedly said

printed on them, which leads us to a segment I like to call,

Did I Say It? [cheers and applause]

A poster that says, “I may love jewelry,

but a ring has no place on my coffee table.”

Do you think I said it? crowd: Yes!

[bell ringing]

Yes, I did, right before

a friendship-ending argument with Nancy Reagan.

[laughter and applause]

So good.

We are down a guest, but I’m going to fix that.


You sir, you.

Fourth row. Yes, you, you. Yeah. Come here.

[cheers and applause]

So what do you do for work?

I’m actually a TSA agent.

Okay, that’s all the time we have, ladies and gentlemen.

[laughter, rim shot] No, I’m kidding, I’m kidding.

You must find some weird stuff in people’s suitcases.

It’s kind of X rated.

Oh, now you have to tell us.

Come on.

A few years ago,

this guy went through the metal detector.

I guess he was wearing a–

can I say “cuck cage” on TV?


Well, Lance, I think you just did.

What on Earth is that?

It’s like a metal cage that goes on a man’s–

TSA wand.


And you can only take it off with a key.

But his wife had the key.

And where was she?

In Miami.


Hey. Don’t you need to get back to your actual job?

Oh, my God. Fuck. Shit.

I’m supposed to get them coffee.


So, according to these cards,

you broke your hand training for the film?


Actually, it’s an interesting story.

Okay, I’m going to stop you right there.

Are you just bored to tears from having

to tell this story over and over and over again

to the press and make it sound natural?

You’re going to get me in trouble.


I told that so many times, I said it in my sleep

and woke my girlfriend up.

Well, she gets to sleep with you,

so she doesn’t get to complain.

Oh, come on, it’s not a Me Too if I do it!


No, but, seriously, look at those arms.

How much can you bench?

Uh, bench–300, 310 pounds.

What? No. Prove it.

Bench-press me.

[cheers and applause]

Shut up!

Brad! Give it up for Brad!


Thank you, thank you.

Thank you so much, every one of you,

for making it so special.

Danny, thank you for loaning me the chair for the night.

He will be back tomorrow.

All of you, thank you, and good night.

You were great.

[upbeat music playing]

♪ ♪


That guy was, like, really cute.

That was really good.

Should I call him?

She was great. Unbelievably great.

So good.

[indistinct chatter]

Thanks. Thank you.

Oh, my God, Deborah.

That was–I mean, what an incredible show.

Thanks. Thanks.

You were just unbelievable.

Thank you.

Ah. Whew.

Is it okay if I just hang here for a minute?

Oh, yeah, yeah, take your time.

I’ll see you backstage.


[indistinct chatter]

[lights click]

[soft music]

♪ ♪

[cheers and applause]

[upbeat music playing]

[phone buzzing]


You were right about that last monologue joke.

It killed.

Told you so.

And you did a shockingly good job

not kink-shaming cuck cages.

Oh, I got another call. [line beeping]

Yeah. I’m going to take this.

Can you–

Yeah, sure.


Deborah, it’s Danny Collins.

Hey. How are you feeling?

Oh, not bad.

In between having my last rites read to me,

I saw the show. You did a hell of a job.

Thank you.

Seriously, you were having so much fun up there.

Yeah, well, it’s a fun gig.

Eh, at first.

At this point, I’m basically on cruise control.

Between you and me and my wife’s divorce lawyer,

I’m leaving when my contract is up in a few months.


It’ll be some other guy’s show soon.

Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you for stepping up.

Oh, my pleasure. Anytime.

[chuckles] Thanks for calling, Danny.

Love you, Deborah.




Yeah, that was definitely an I’ll-call-you-back situation.

I know, I know, I’m sorry.

Listen, you said you have a hiatus coming up

from your show, right?

How long is it?

Uh, three months.

Do you have any plans?



I was thinking, do you think it just makes more sense

if I visit for, like, a weekend,

since you’ll be working so much?



Um, this, uh-this work thing came up.

Shit. I mean, that’s totally fine if it’s for work.

Is it for the show?

You know what? It’s actually, um…

for Deborah.

Are you serious?

I know. I know.

But listen, they’re replacing the late show host,

and I think she has a real shot at it.

She asked me to help her just on my hiatus.

But you’ll be working so much, right?

So this could be good.

Good for who?

It’s just for a couple months.

I don’t care how long it’s for.

I mean, she fired you and then cut you off.

That’s fucked up.

You couldn’t stop talking about it for months,

about how unhealthy it was.

And now we’re finally in a good place.

It makes me feel like you’re more serious about her

than you are about your job, our life here, me.

What? What are you talking about?

I’m so serious about you.

I mean, we’re getting married.



I found the ring, okay?

Ava, what are you talking about?




Ask me. I’ll say yes.

Oh, my God.

Or I can ask you.

We’re gay. There are no rules.

Oh, my God.

Ruby Rojas…

from the first time I saw you at Little Dom’s–

Oh, my God, Ava, stop. Stop. Okay, stop.

[sighs] This ring is from the show.

This is how Wolf Girl gets her powers.

I have it here to help me get into character.

And I have to wear it to practice while I’m wielding the flail.


I’m gonna stand up.

I knew you didn’t read the graphic novel.

I don’t know how to follow the fucking boxes.

Wait. You want to get married?

I thought so.

You thought so?

I misunderstood.


Listen, this has gotten completely out of hand.


And I’m sorry about the trip.

I’m sorry I just proposed.

But it’s different this time.

I’m just going to be working with her temporarily.

You’re not going to be working with her.

You’re going to be working for her.

You’ll always be working for her.

You’re making this such a bigger deal

than it needs to be.

You’re canceling our plans to go work with someone who was borderline abusive because she might get a job.

Look, I know that you respect this person.

And I know you’re proud of the work you did together, but it was also really hard, and not just when she fired you– the whole time.

She slapped you. She sued you.

You said she was toxic.

I said that stuff when I was mad at her.

I’m so sorry. You just don’t get it.



I guess I don’t get it.


[inhales deeply]

I think we need to take some space.

What? No.

Come on. [scoffs]


I’ll, um, I’ll go to Iceland alone.

And, um… you do your thing.

And we’ll see where we’re at when we’re back… if you’re back.



Are you serious?

[cover of Steely Dan’s “Dirty Work”]

♪ ♪

♪ Times are hard ♪

♪ You’re afraid to pay the fee ♪

♪ So you find yourself somebody ♪

♪ Who can do the job for free ♪

[doorbell rings]

♪ When you need a bit of lovin’ ♪

♪ ‘Cause your man is out of town ♪

♪ That’s the time… ♪

Welcome back.


♪ And you know I’ll be around ♪

Shoes off.

♪ I’m a fool to do your dirty work ♪

♪ Oh, yeah ♪

♪ I don’t want to do your dirty work ♪

♪ No more ♪

♪ I’m a fool to do your dirty work ♪

♪ Oh, yeah ♪

♪ I don’t want to do your dirty work ♪

♪ No more ♪

♪ I’m a fool to do your dirty work ♪

♪ Oh, yeah ♪

♪ ♪

♪ I’m a fool to do your dirty work ♪

♪ Oh, yeah ♪

♪ I don’t want to do your dirty work ♪

♪ No more ♪

♪ I don’t want to do your dirty work ♪

♪ No more ♪

♪ I’m a fool to do your dirty work ♪

♪ Oh, yeah ♪

♪ I don’t want… ♪


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