Mrs. Grainger: That didn't worry me.
Felix Unger: It didn't?
Mrs. Grainger: Well, a little at first, when Randy mentioned spitting, but after all, that's why I entered him into this program... A boy who lives alone with his mother needs a man's influence, and after a day with Uncle Oscar, Randy was all boy. Of course, there were a few things which had to be adjusted, like calling his grandmother 'a sweet old broad', but I can handle that.
Randy Grainger: [sheepishly] She straightened me out.”
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