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A studio producer, Mr. Banizon, is complaining that he had an idea that he bought from a writer and then hired another writer, the playwright R. Parke Woll, to write the script. However, just before the end of the script, Woll demanded more money. Banizon refused and Woll quit without finishing the script. The problem is, Woll told Banizon the end of the script, but he cannot remember it. Louie throws out several suggestions, but none that are helpful. In exchange for fifty bucks, Pat tells Banizon he will get the ending from Woll.

Pat tracks Woll down to a local bar and joins the group hanging around him. When Woll slips off the to bathroom some time later, Pat follows. Pat talks to Woll about the script, telling him that Banizon's secretary overheard the ending and but that Banizon thinks he has...

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