Hoke is employed as chauffeur to Daisy Wertham by her son, Boolie.
START: BOOLIE: Isn’t it your day off? To what do I owe this honor?
HOKE: We got to talk.
BOOLIE: What is it?
HOKE: It’s Mist’ Sinclair Harris.
BOOLIE: My cousin Sinclair?
END: BOOLIE: So it does. Beginning this week.
HOKE: Das mighty nice of you Mist’ Werthan. I ‘preciate it. Mist’ Werthan, you ever had people fightin’ over you?
HOKE: Well, I tell you. It feel good
Alfre Uhry, Driving Miss Daisy, Dramatists Play Service Inc., 1987, pp.24-25.
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