Mom and Dad have come to Grandma and Grandpa's house for Thanksgiving
MOM and DAD: Hi Grandpa!
MOM: Happy Thanksgiving.
DAD: Is there anything we can do to help?
GRANDPA: I’m glad you asked that. Go out back and chop off the turkey’s head.
DAD: Oh. I was hoping you would have me set the table.
GRANDPA: Too bad. Get chopping!
MOM: Be brave dear.
DAD: But honey, you know the sight of blood makes me queasy.
MOM: I’m needed in the kitchen.
DAD: Well, sometimes a man has to do what a man has to do—
(A son and a daughter [Terri] enter.)
DAD: Make his kids do the work.
SON: Hey Dad, is dinner ready yet?
DAD: Son, this is a very special Thanksgiving because I’m giving you a very special responsibility. I need you to chop off the turkey’s head.
DAD: And while you’re at it, pluck the feathers, take out the innards, and give it to Grandma to put in the
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