Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 181
…Goldwyn the Junior relates his father’s stories often, “like when he was told that he couldn’t make a movie about lesbians he said…
He looks at her sideways, inaudibly wondering who the guy with camera is, but passes on bothering to question Connie’s curious ways.
But she cannot help but comment, “A lot of good that CAA inspection did you.”
“That would be our out cue, Cassandra,” Goldwyn is not very good at names.
“Let me play director now. One more time with feeling; it’s Constance Caraway, not Cassandra Coriander, although I may use that as an alias someday,” she makes allowances for her hasty initial introduction, not to mention that he cannot be more than 25 years old. “I am with Constance Caraway Investigation and the pilot of that plane is a close friend of mine.”
She hands him one of her business cards.
“Tallahassee Florida, cool beans. Hey thanks for the tip, fantastic footage. It would cost a fortune to stage that for a movie,” ever enterprising, Goldwyn Jr. will put his footage to good use. “The Blue Ridge Angel, this must be a private plane?”
“Yes, it is the official plane for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and his worldwide Crusades.”
“Did I hear my name?” asks the aforementioned man himself. “Are you a filmmaker young man, I see your fancy camera there?”
“No kidding. I’m a big fan of his work, Metro Goldwyn Mayer I believe. He does say the craziest things.”
“He is known for his malapropisms,” Junior relates Senior’s stories often, “like when he was told that he couldn’t make a movie about lesbians he said, ‘That’s alright, we’ll call them Hungarians’.
Oops. Young Goldwyn has accidently stepped into tabooed doo doo.
Constance Caraway P.I.