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Bogart never said it.  Peter Brady was watching Bogart and began to imitate him.  Peter asks his mom and Alice what is for dinner and they tell him pork chops and apple sauce.  This is boring enough to be an Airwick story, isn't it?

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Bogart never said it.  Peter Brady was watching Bogart and began to imitate him.  Peter asks his mom and Alice what is for dinner and they tell him pork chops and apple sauce.  This is boring enough to be an Airwick story, isn't it?

I'm not old enough to know all these fine details.

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Peter feared that he was boring so he was trying to have new personalities.  One was "humphrey bogart" and he uttered the infamous phrase.  He tried out a couple different personalities - kind of crazy like..  He had a party to show off his new personality as the "funny guy" but it was a big dud.  Eventually he realized he was just fine the way he was and he didn't need to pretend to be anyone else.  So touching!

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Bogart never said it.  Peter Brady was watching Bogart and began to imitate him.  Peter asks his mom and Alice what is for dinner and they tell him pork chops and apple sauce.  This is boring enough to be an Airwick story, isn't it?



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No pork chops and apple sauce in this house today, but I did make a beer braised pork roast with onions, garlic and green chilies. Yum!


Oh, and I think Peter was the most boring member of the family (even worse than Jan). He really needed a personality transplant. Do you think Parr8 could help with that?

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