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'I don't care if he did follow you home. You can't keep him... now go home, little boy!'
"It's ten to five. Please raise your seatback to its full upright and locked position."
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'You can't just get up and leave without permission.'
"O.K., Peter, time to go."
'For heavens sake Wilson! Did I forget to send you home last night?'
Visitor information - Go home!
AMNESIA WARD, 'It's very simple, really -- you'll be ready to go home when you remember how to get there.'
"Watson is clear-headed, enthusiastic, brimming with energy...it must be 5 o'clock."
Men. Women. Party Poopers.
'A few of us are leaving a little bit early if that's ok with you sir.'
"This is getting out of hand! Every time I drive up to the school, Gracie starts crying!"
'Great guacamole and popcorn, but the chicks suck.'
Turn around and go home - we'll explain later.
"Want me to skip all the boring details?"
'Bleedin' foreigners...going back home, leaving all our jobs.'
'We can't let you work at home because you're the only one that can fix the computer.'
'I'm out here, Dear, replacing our old door mat since we're getting a visit from your mother.'
World's oldest activist: 'YANKEE GO HOME, since 1919'
'You'd better go home now, Ted -- I'm beginning to feel lonesome.'
'He likes to beat the five o'clock rush...he always leaves at noon.'
'Sneaking off early again, Simkins?'
'Go home to my wife? -- But I like happy endings!'
'Why don't you try going home and rearranging the furniture?'