"It's Shirley at the Planted Pot. There's just no easy way to tell you this, Jim. We did everything we could. Your fern died."
—message left on Jim Rockford's answering machine, "Colter City Wildcat," episode by Don Carlos Dunaway, 1976, The Rockford Files
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