I Heart Huckabees

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[ Machine Beeps ]
[ Woman ] I wanted to thank you
for what you did with the oak tree.

I played in that tree when I was little.
I thought we had a chance...

- but they chopped it to pieces.
- [ Phone Ringing ]

[ Woman's Voice ]
Hi. I have some questions...

about power lines over the playground
where my daughter goes to school.

Please call me.
I'm Marjorie at 96--

- Hey, we got to talk, man.
- Hey, what's going on? Where is everybody?

- Brad moved the meeting.
- He what?

- To Huckabees corporate.
- Listen. Okay. I want you to do this.

I want you to get me the national office
on the phone right now.

Call Orrin Spence and tell him
that Brad is trying to hijack my coalition.

- This should've gone
to the other chapter a week ago.
- I want those flyers...

- outta the parking lot.
- It's a free country. The poems work.

- Oh, you are pissing people off.
- Oh, no, I'm not.

- Yeah, you really are. You're pissing people--
- No, I'm not.

If my poems had gone out with the
Shania mailing, it'd be a different story.

You know what? You're not leading
this coalition anymore.

- I am the coalition. I wrote the charter.
- Uh-huh. Not for long.

- Tell him it's important.
- I'm not going to any meeting at Huckabees.

- I can't get 'em.
- Can you just keep trying? Just keep trying.

Orrin Spence. Brad cannot
do this to us, all right?

- How can she get you out of the charter, man?
- She can't!

This is my work situation, the one
I was telling you about. It's a little--

I'll describe it later
to you if we could just--

- Don't worry, Albert. We're gonna
knock that meeting on its ass.
- Copy these and get these out.

You're fighting suburban sprawl and this fellow,
Brad Stand, and you have had a falling out.

Remember, I told you
not to come by my work?

Oh, yes, I remember. Now, tell me,
did the coalition inspire the poetry?

- Or did the poetry inspire the coalition?
- This is looking weird.

- Can we schedule a time when you can come by?
- This thread of your--

This has nothing to do with my coincidence.
My coincidence has to do with an African man.

Viv.! Viv.! Mr. Corn is having a crisis.
You better talk to him. Mr. Corn, crisis.