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M A G G I E   P O L L I T T
↳  “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1958)

“I wanted to get rid of Skipper. But not if it meant losing you. He blames me for Skipper’s death. Maybe I got rid of Skipper. Skipper won out anyway. I didn’t get rid of him at all. Isn’t it an awful joke, honey? I lost you anyway.”

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