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Kara (who has amnesia and thinks her name's Linda), a
waitress, goes to Lex's table and sees his cup.

Kara: Can I warm you up? Is she asking if she could pour him some extra warm coffee?
Lex: Sure.

Kara: I'm starting to see you
more than some of the reguIars.

Lex: BIame it on the pie.
It's by far (up until now?)the second best (second in quality compared the his
former or just the second one he had tried and tasted so good?) I've ever had.

Kara: Second best.
I'II pass that aIong to the kitchen,
give them some incentive.

Lex: Lex.

Kara: Linda.

Lex: Linda. Doesn't suit you.

Kara: ReaIIy? Who do I, uh, Iook Iike? Do I remind you of someone?
Or 'Do you think I should be something else than a waitress?
Lex: I don't know. Someone who doesn't beIong here,
that's for sure.
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Kara: Can I warm you up? Is she asking if she could pour him some extra warm coffee? -- Yes

It's by far (up until now?---- No; very much) the second best (second in quality he had tried and tasted) I've ever had.

Kara: ReaIIy? Who do I, uh, Iook Iike? Do I remind you of someone?-- Yes
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Comments  
Thanks, Mister Micawber!
Just one question. How can I distinct situations like the one with the pie.
If it were the same in quality as the one he had tried before what would have said?
One of the best pies?