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H.U.D. Greenwich, CT
"We used to live in Connecticut but then we moved to Vermont. I have no idea why."
"It's too late to call them now—they'll be sound asleep. They live in Connecticut!"
"Attention, please, Mr. Lyle Ferguson. As a result of equipment failure at the Cos Cob power station, your train will not be running at all tonight."
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"It feels like me against the world but it's actually just the state of Connecticut."
"To understand Michael, one must understand Hartford in the eighties."
Don't mess with Connecticut
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"Now Entering Connecticut - the 'Now Entering Connecticut' state."
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"What is the American dream, and does it differ in many respects from the Connecticut dream?"
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Moses in Connecticut
Welcome to Yardsale
"You have no idea how refreshing it is to meet someone raffish in West Hartford."
"So then Mr. Brewster, who was a cost analyst for an advertising agency, drove his car all the way from Westport, Connecticut, to New York City!"
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Welcome to Connecticut.
"You'll be flying away soon, but wherever you go, we want you to always remember you're the Connecticut state bird."
"He likes to do it for the Yale-Harvard game."
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"But I'm originally from Connecticut."
"Can we move to Connecticut? I'd like to be closer to my family."
Tennis as a Metaphor for the Tri-State Area
"Well, it sure looks like Texas, and yet . . ."