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  1. I saw just one scene of an old sitcom on TV a few years ago (it was at least three years ago). I don't remember what show the clip was on. The sitcom was in black and white, never saw it before, didn't recognize the actors. The scene went like this: There's a married couple (perhaps in their thirties) who have let their Uncle Jack (I'll call him Jack because I don't remember the character's name) live in an upstairs room of their house, apparently for some time, perhaps a few years. One day Uncle Jack moves out. After he's gone, the wife says to her husband, "I'm sorry to see him go. I real
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