When the Ghost of Christmas Present Comes

When the Ghost of Christmas Present Comes

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  • What is this place Spirit?
  • Do you mean Cratchit, Spirit? Do you mean this is Cratchit's home.
  • None other.
  • This is the home of your employee, Mr. Scrooge. Don't you know it.
  • Spirit: There are more to come presently. Foolishness, is it? I would say that he gets the pleasure of his family, fifteen times a week times the number of hours in a day! wait, Mr. Scrooge. Wait, listen and watch. You might actually learn something . . .
  • Scrooge: These children are his? On his meagre earnings! What foolishness! Wouldn't you say so? Fifteen shillings a week's what he gets.
  • Mrs. Cratchit: What has ever got your precious father then? And your brother Tiny Tim. And Martha wasn't late last Christmas by half an hour.
  • Peter: Marthmama, Marthmama! Hullo!
  • Belinda: It's Martha, Mother! Here's Martha! Hurrah! Martha! Martha! There's such an enormous goose for us, Martha.
  • Mrs. Cratchit: Why, bless your heart alive, my dear, on how late you are! Martha: We'd a great deal of work to finish up last night, and had to clear away this morning, Mother. Mrs. Cratchit: Well, never mind so long as you are come. Sit ye down before the fire, my dear, and have a warm, Lord bless ye! Martha: Where, here.
  • Belinda. No, no, There's Father coming. Hide, Martha, hide. Peter: Hide, hide. Belinda: Not here. There.
  • Mrs. Cratchit: Not coming. Martha: Ohhh poor Father. Don't be disappointed. Martha: Tis I. Martha: Tiny Tim.
  • Bob and Tiny Tim: Merry Christmas. Bob: Merry Christmas my love. Merry Christmas Peter. Merry Christmas Belinda. Why where's Martha? Bob: Not coming. Not coming upon Christmas Day. Bob: What's this? Bob: Martha! Tiny Tim: Martha! Martha!
  • Belinda: Come brother. You must come here for pudding singing in the copper. Tiny Tim: The pudding. What flavor have we? Peter: Plum! Plum! Tiny Tim: Oh Mother! I love Plum! Mrs. Cratchit: And how did little Tim behave? Bob: As good as gold, and even better. Somehow he gets thoughtful sitting by himself so much, and thinks the strangest things you ever heard.
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