(dialing) hello, briarcliff stables? this is mr. post. yeah, i'll be bringing my horse around tomorrow morning. yeah. uh, is ilsa still in stall 5? fine. then would you put mister ed in stall 6? yeah. and when you take ilsa her dinner tonight, would you throw in a bouquet of carrots? i'm sure she'll know who it's from. eeee, the whole thing was just a joke. yeah, some joke. i could have lost all my hair worrying about losing it. well, it was a dirty trick, ed, but at least you know you're all right. and the fillies will be calling you curly again. (laughing) yeah. ho ho ho... holy smoke. my little black book. hmm. gee. get the glue, wilbur. we've got a lot of pasting to do.
from the briarcliff stables. he looks just like mr. ed, doesn't he? well, his hair is a little longer. well, we can give him a crew cut. thorndyke will never know the difference. ed, has a longer tail. so he got his tail caught in a lawn mower. anything else? well... ed's nose is a little shorter. hey, if you think i'm going to pay for a nose job for this nag you're crazy. now wait a minute, rog, let's be sensible we can't go fooling thorndyke with another horse. that's dishonest. you're darn right it is. its low underhanded, crooked and get carol ready we're leaving in five minutes. look, ed. here's your paper. thank you, joey. hi, mister ed. huh? gee, i saw his picture in today's paper. did he really save that little girl? well, actually this horse... actually, this horse is one of the bravest animals that you will ever see. brave? if his ears were any bigger he'd be a rabbit. i bet he isn't afraid of anything. no, he's not, joey. a true hero is afraid of nothing. why, to save a human life this animal would go through fire and water. ha, ha, he woul
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