U.S. Rep Pete King Wants Your Cell Phone Camera To Go ?Beep”
Oh, those alert tones will wake you from a sound sleep and make your heart skip a beat or two. The Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) system was created by an act of Congress in 2006, allowing for emergency communication to be sent directly and automatically to cellular phones and other mobile devices.
U.S. Rep Pete King Wants Your Cell Phone Camera to Go “Beep”
Inspired by action films of the 80's, especially Arnold Schwarzenegger's Commando, Adam convinces Murray to fund his own action movie, Recipe for Death , which will require $80 worth of gear to spice things up. Adam and his dad bond over the experience, but Murray starts to take his "producer" role a bit too seriously and wants to make changes, including replacing Barry as lead actor with Mr. Mellor. Adam soon nixes the project after Murray's meddling becomes unbearable, but he secretly goes to Pops for another $80 to do the movie his own way. Realizing he let his son down, Murray brings Adam a real film camera, which he borrowed from a relative who shoots bar mitzvahs. Murray, Adam, Barry and Mr. Mellor then all work together to shoot the perfect action film. Elsewhere, Erica sees Lainey in a new sweater dress, and wants one of her own. She convinces Beverly to take her to the mall by calling it a "shopping experience" they can both enjoy, with the ulterior motive of making a detour to the hip new clothing store Benetton. When they arrive, Beverly notices that the Gimbels department store is closing, which distracts her. Though Erica manages to drag Beverly to Benetton and get her to spring for the sweater dress, they are soon banned from the store after an argument when the cashier won't honor Beverly's Gimbels coupon. Back home, a furious Erica starts cutting up many of Beverly's sweaters with Lainey in an attempt to create a sweater dress, but all the efforts fail. Horrified after seeing her ruined sweaters and learning that Erica really just wanted her credit card, Beverly is despondent. Erica consoles her mother and says she really would enjoy a shopping trip...this time to Gimbels, where Beverly can use coupons on top of the closeout prices to replace many of her sweaters.
When Adam's drama teacher Mrs. Cinoman changes the school play from the annual production of The Wizard of Oz to the exciting new musical Phantom of the Opera, Adam and most of the student body wants to be involved, including the popular kids and Lainey. Barry is surprised that everyone is enamored with the musical and angered that Adam's part requires him to kiss Lainey. Barry becomes a stage hand in order to sabotage their intimate scene, but Mrs. Cinoman gets in the crossfire and gets hurt when a chandelier crashes on stage. The play gets cancelled since they didn't get legal permission, and Barry admits to Adam that he was surprised that Adam could succeed in a place where Barry can't. Meanwhile, Erica wants to take it easy for her senior year by blowing off hard classes, so she takes a home economics class with a bunch of football jocks who also want an "easy A". However, Beverly becomes a substitute teacher for the class, and gives Erica and jocks an 'F' for not taking cooking seriously. Principal Ball and Coach Mellor force her to change the grades and tell her that home economics is a blow-off class, exhilarating Erica and devastating Beverly. Later, Erica realizes her mom works hard at home to scrimp and save so she and Murray can pay for her college tuition. Erica then tries to prepare a home cooked meal, but it isn't easy as it looks. In the end, mother and daughter come together and make dinner for the whole family.
FADE FROM BLACK: Int. of Don Corleone's home office -dayBONASERA (seated in front of the Don's desk, facing the camera)I believe in America. America has made my fortune. And I raised my daughter in the American fashion. I gave her freedom, but -- I taught her never to dishonor her family. She found a boyfriend; not an Italian. She went to the movies with him; she stayed out late. I didn't protest. Two months ago, he took her for a drive, with another boyfriend. They made her drink whiskey. And then they tried to take advantage of her. She resisted. She kept her honor. So they beat her, like an animal. When I went to the hospital, her nose was a'broken. Her jaw was a'shattered, held together by wire. She couldn't even weep because of the pain. But I wept. Why did I weep? She was the light of my life -- beautiful girl. Now she will never be beautiful again.[Bonasera breaks down. The Don gestures to Sonny to give Bonasera a drink]Sorry...[Bonasera, taking the drink, sips from the shot glass]I -- I went to the police, like a good American. These two boys were brought to trial. The judge sentenced them to three years in prison -- suspended sentence. Suspended sentence! They went free that very day! I stood in the courtroom like a fool. And those two bastard, they smiled at me. Then I said to my wife, "for justice, we must go to Don Corleone."VITO CORLEONE (sitting behind his desk, petting a cat)Why did you go to the police? Why didn't you come to me first?BONASERAWhat do you want of me? Tell me anything. But do what I beg you to do.VITO CORLEONEWhat is that?[Bonasera gets up to whisper his request into Don Corleone's ear]That I cannot do. BONASERAI'll give you anything you ask.VITO CORLEONEWe've known each other many years, but this is the first time you came to me for counsel, for help. I can't remember the last time that you invited me to your house for a cup of coffee, even though my wife is godmother to your only child. But let's be frank here: you never wanted my friendship. And uh, you were afraid to be in my debt.BONASERAI didn't want to get into trouble.VITO CORLEONEI understand. You found paradise in America, had a good trade, made a good living. The police protected you; and there were courts of law. And you didn't need a friend of me. But uh, now you come to me and you say -- "Don Corleone give me justice." -- But you don't ask with respect. You don't offer friendship. You don't even think to call me Godfather. Instead, you come into my house on the day my daughter is to be married, and you uh ask me to do murder, for money.BONASERAI ask you for justice.VITO CORLEONEThat is not justice; your daughter is still alive.BONASERAThen they can suffer then, as she suffers. (then)How much shall I pay you?VITO CORLEONE (stands, turning his back toward Bonasera)Bonasera... Bonasera... What have I ever done to make you treat me so disrespectfully? Had you come to me in friendship, then this scum that ruined your daughter would be suffering this very day. And that by chance if an honest man such as yourself should make enemies, then they would become my enemies. And then they would fear you.BONASERABe my friend --(then, after bowing and the Don shrugs)-- Godfather?VITO CORLEONE (after Bonasera kisses his hand)Good.(then)Some day, and that day may never come, I'll call upon you to do a service for me. But uh, until that day -- accept this justice as a gift on my daughter's wedding day.BONASERA (as he leaves the room)Grazie, Godfather.VITO CORLEONEPrego.(then, to Tom Hagen, after Bonasera leaves the room)Ah, give this to ah, Clemenza. I want reliable people; people that aren't gonna be carried away. I'm mean, we're not murderers, despite of what this undertaker says.CUT TO: Connie's Wedding reception. We hear the music "Connie's Wedding (The Godfather Tarantella)" -dayCUT TO: Connie and Carlo at the head tableCUT TO: The family gathers for a family portraitVITO CORLEONE (to Sonny)Where's Michael?SONNY CORLEONEDon't worry; it's early.VITO CORLEONEWe're not taking the picture without Michael(then, he tells the photographer, in Italian)TOM HAGENWhat's the matter, Sonny?SONNY CORLEONEIt's MichaelCUT TO: The Don meeting some guests outsideCUT TO: Mama dancing with Sonny's twin girlsCUT TO: Connie and Carlo laughing with guests at head tableCUT TO: Long shot of guests dancingCUT TO: FBI arrive at entranceCUT TO: Clemenza dancing with his wifeCUT TO: FBI take license plate numbersCUT TO: Tessio sitting at a table with Carmella & twins, tossing himself an orangeCUT TO: FBI continuing to take license plate numbersCUT TO: Don Barzini arrivesVITO CORLEONEEh, Don Barzini.(then, Vito introduces Barzini to someone, in Italian)CUT TO: Clemenza is dancing, gets tired, and spins off the dancefloor, laughing.CLEMENZA (after dancing)Hey, Paulie! Let me have some wine. Paulie! More wine...PAULIE (OS to someone) Scusi, please(then, in view, to Clemenza, handing him a pitcher quarter-full of wine)Ah, you look teriff' on the dance floorCLEMENZAHey, what are you a dance judge or something? Fatt' i cazzi tuoi ["Mind your own damn business"]Go take a walk around the neighborhood -- do your job.CUT TO: Sonny pinches Lucy Mancini's cheek as he walks towards his wife, SandraSONNYHey Sandra, do me a favor, huh; watch the kids -- don't let'em run wild, all right?SANDRAWell, you watch yourself, all right?CUT TO: Reception continues with Part 2 of Connie's Wedding Song (The Godfather Mazurka). We first see Tessio dancing with a young girl standing on his feet.OS: Eh Tessio, cosa fai? ["What are you doing?"]CUT TO: Don Corleone dancing with his wife, Carmella (Mama)CUT TO: Connie collecting gifts for her bridal purse. Paulie is watching.PAULIETwenty- Thirty-grand. In small bills, cash. In that little silk purse. Madon', if this was someone else's wedding, sfortunato ["Oh, how unlucky I am!"]!BUTTONMAN (from afar, tossing him sandwiches)Hey, Paulie! I got two gobbagool... gabagol [cappicola] an' a prosciutto!PAULIEEh, you stupid jerk!CUT TO: A photographer takes Barzini's picture. Barzini motions to his men to get the cameraPHOTOGRAPHEREh, what's the matter?[The men bring the film to Barzini, who exposes and crumples it]CUT TO: Tom going up to his wife, Theresa, who's sitting at a table at the receptionTOMI have to go back to workTHERESAOh, TomTOM (after he kisses his wife)It's part of the wedding: No Sicilian can refuse any request on his daughter's wedding day.LUCA (rehearsing his lines as Tom passes him)Don Corleone, I am honored and grateful that you have invited me to your home...CUT TO: Sonny goes out into the driveway to see the FBI guys. The Mazurka ends.SONNYEh -- what's this -- Get outta here; it's a private party, go on! (then, to FBI man in car)What's is it? Hey, it's my sister's wedding(then, he spits after being shown a badge. He turns and walks away)Goddamn FBI don't respect nothing [jazz music begins to play from party](then, to photographer)Eh, come here; come here; come here; come here, come here; come here; come here...(then smashes camera, which Paulie kicks, and flips cash to him) [music ends]***Extra dialogue from The SAGA only***NAZORINE (off screen)He was captured by the American army. Then he was sent to New Jersey, as a prisoner of war...***CUT TO: Nazorine and Enzo in Don Corleone's office -dayNAZORINE (seated in front of the Don't desk)But towards the end, he was uh paroled to help with the American uh war effort. So for the last six months he's been working in my pastry shop.VITO CORLEONE (seated)Nazorine, my friend, what can I do for you?NAZORINEWell now that the war is over, this boy, Enzo -- they want to repatriate him back to Italy. Godfather, I have a daughter. You see, she and Enzo...VITO CORLEONEYou want Enzo to stay in this country, and you want your daughter to be married.NAZORINE (stands)You understand everything.[they shake hands, Nazorine turns to leave]VITO CORLEONEBene.NAZORINE (now by the door with Tom Hagen)Mr. Hagen, thank you.(then, turning to Don Corleone)An' wait til you see the beautiful wedding cake I made for your daughter! Ooof! [gestures] Like this! The bride and the groom and the angel...TOM (after Nazorine exits)Who should I give this job to?VITO CORLEONENot to our paisan. Give it to a Jew congressman, in another district. Who else is on the list?CUT TO: Michael and Kay arrive, make some introductions. Kay says hello to one of the guests, and someone says Michael's name. They dance to "Ev'rytime I Look In Your Eyes" as the Don watches from his window -dayCUT TO: The Don's office -dayTOMHe's not on the list, but Luca Brasi wants to see youVITO CORLEONEIs this -- Is this necessary?TOMHe didn't expect to be invited to the wedding, so he wanted to thank you.VITO CORLEONEAll right.CUT TO: Outside of the Corleone residence, Luca sits, rehearsing his lines -dayLUCA BRASI (rehearsing his lines aloud)Don Corleone, I am honored and grateful that you have invited me to your home on the wedding day of your daughter. And may their first child be a masculine child. (then, starting over, which continues throughout the following dialogue)Don -- Don Corleone...KAYMichael, that man over there is talking to himself. See that scary guy over there?LUCA'S VOICE...on the wedding day of your daughter...MICHAEL (after glancing over at Luca)He's a very scary guy.KAYWell, who is he? What's his name?MICHAELHis name is Luca Brasi -- an' he helps my father out sometimes.[Luca stands up, facing Mike and Kay, seemingly coming toward them]KAYOh, Michael, wait a minute; he's coming over here...TOM (appearing in view)Mike! MICHAELOh! TOM (embracing Michael)Heh...! You look terrific!MICHAELMy brother, Tom Hagen -- this is Kay Adams.TOM How do you do.KAYHow do you do, TomTOM (into Michael's ear)Your father's been asking for you(then, to Kay, before he leaves)Very nice to meet youKAYNice to meet you(then, after Tom exits to bring Luca into the Don's office)If he's your brother, why does he have a different name?MICHAELOh, ah, that -- when my brother Sonny was a kid, he found Tom Hagen in the street. And he had no home -- and so my father took him in -- and he's been with us ever since. He's a good lawyer. Not a Sicilian, but -- I think he's gonna be consiglieri.KAYWhat's that?MICHAELThat's um, like a counselor -- an advisor -- very important to the family. (then)You like your lasagna? CUT TO: Luca Brasi in Don Corleone's office -dayLUCA BRASI (after kissing the Don's left cheek)Don Corleone, I am honored and grateful that you have invited me to your daugh-- ter's wedding...(then, after realizing he messed up his rehearsed lines, he fails to recover)...on the day of your daughter's wedding. And I hope that their first child be a masculine child. I pledge my ever-ending loyalty. --[Playing kids run into the room and then are escorted out by Tom](then, as Luca hands Don Corleone a cash-filled envelope)For your daughter's bridal purse.VITO CORLEONEThank you, Luca, my most valued friend.LUCA BRASIDon Corleone, I'm gonna leave you now, because I know you are busy.VITO CORLEONEThank you.[Tom escorts Luca out]CUT TO: Bride & groom dance to "The Godfather Fox Trot"CUT TO: Sonny moves closer to Lucy to whisper into her earCUT TO: Sandra gestures to other women about the size of Sonny's manhood; they laugh; Sandra turns to see Lucy get up to meet SonnyCUT TO: Singing and dancing on stageVOICE (urging Mama Corleone to come onto the stage to sing)Signora Corleone! -- [more]MAMA (laughingly)No -- no -- no! [more](then, once on stage)La stessa storia? ["the same story?"] La stessa storia!(then sings the first verse to "Luna Mezz'a Mare")(then, Mama calls Nazorine to the stage)CUT TO: Sonny goes upstairsCUT TO: An old man continues "Luna Mezz'a Mare" while Nazorine dances and laughs on stageCUT TO: Lucy Mancini goes upstairsCUT TO: The old man who was singing is now dancingCUT TO: Don's office.TOMSenator Cauly apologized for not coming personally -- he said you'd understand. Also, some of the judges. They've all sent gifts. (then, toasting to the Don)Salute![OS: Screaming of joy from the party outside]VITO CORLEONEWhat is that outside?CUT TO: Outside, Johnny Fontane enters the party, signing autographsCONNIE (while running up to Johnny, then hugging him)Johnny! Johnny! Johnny! I love you!CUT TO: Don's office. The Don is looking out the windowVITOHe came all the way from California to come to the wedding; I told you he was going to come.TOMIt's been two years; he's probably in trouble again.VITOHe's a good godson.CUT TO: Bandstand area -dayMAMA CORLEONEJohnny, Johnny! [In Italian: "Sing a song"] (then, in English) Sing a song.[the crowd encourages Johnny, and he gives in]CUT TO: Michael and Kay's table -dayKAYMike, you never told me you knew Johnny Fontane!MICHAELSure... You wanna meet him?KAYHuh? Oh, well, sure!MICHAELMy father helped him with his career.JOHNNY (OS)For my Connie...KAYHe did? How?JOHNNY (OS, singing "I Have But One Heart")"I have but one heart..."MICHAELLet's listen to the song... KAYOh, Michael...CUT TO: Johnny singing to Connie, who's seated. Then PAN the crowd cheering and screaming as Johnny singsJOHNNY (singing, continues)"...this heart I bring you / I have but one heart / To share with you / I have but one dream / That I can cling to / You are the one dream/I pray comes true..."KAYPlease, Michael, tell me.JOHNNY (OS, continues the song)"My darling, until I saw you..."MICHAELWell, when Johnny was first starting out, he was signed to this personal service contract; with a big band leader. And as his career got better and better, he wanted to get out of it. Now, Johnny is my father's godson. And my father went to see this band leader, and he offered him $10,000 to let Johnny go. But the band leader said no. So the next day, my father went to see him; only this time with Luca Brasi. And within an hour, he signed a release, for a certified check for $1,000.KAYHow'd he do that?MICHAELMy father made him an offer he couldn't refuse.KAYWhat was that?MICHAELLuca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains -- or his signature -- would be on the contract. (then)That's a true story.(then, after we see Johnny ending the song)That's my family, Kay. It's not me.CUT TO: Bandstand area -dayMAMA (OS)Bene! Bene![The song is finished, and we hear applause. The Don goes out to meet and hug Johnny, and they, and other guests, toast. The Mazurka music and dancing continue]VITO (to the surrounding guests)My godson comes all the way from California...give him a glass of wineVOICE (OS)Salute!JOHNNY (whispers into the Don's ear that he wants to talk to him)VITO CORLEONEI'll take care of it.(then, to Tom)Tom, I want you to find Santino. Tell him to come to the office.[Tom looks up, as if knowing what Sonny's up to]CUT TO: Michael and Kay's table at the receptionMICHAEL (with Kay, gets tapped in the head by Fredo)Oh!(then, noticing Fredo)How are you, Fredo?(then)Fredo -- my brother Fredo -- this is Kay AdamsKAYOh, hiFREDO (apparently drunk)How'ya doing?(then, after Fredo kisses Kay on the cheek)This is my brother, Mike.MICHAELAre you having a good time?FREDOHuh? yeah...(then)This your friend, huh?CUT TO: Johnny Fontane in the Don's office. -dayJOHNNYI don't know what to do. My voice is -- is weak. It's weak. Anyway, uh, if I had this part in the picture, ya'know, it puts me right back up on top again. But this, uh -- this man out there, he won't give it to me; the head of the studio.VITO CORLEONEWhat's his name?JOHNNYWoltz -- Woltz. He -- He won't give it to me -- and ah, he says there's no chance. No chance.CUT TO: Tom looking for Sonny inside the houseTOM (at the bottom of the stairs)Sonny? Sonny?[Sonny and Lucy are going at it, standing against a door in an upstairs bedroom. Tom goes upstairs, then knocks on the bedroom door]TOMSonny? Sonny you in there?SONNY (stopping the action)What?TOMYour old man wants to see you.SONNYYeah, one minute.[Tom smiles, and walks away, as Sonny and Lucy continue]LUCYOh, Sonny!CUT TO: A woman singing Italian song, opera-like, on the stage -dayCUT TO: The Don's officeJOHNNY (as Tom quietly enters the Don's office)A month ago he bought the movie rights to this book. A bestseller -- and the main character, it's a guy just like me. I uh -- I wouldn't even have to act -- just be myself. Oh, Godfather, I don't know what to do. I do