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Spencer on the Ill-Fated Titanic II -- But Who Will Play Leo?

Could it be a randy video-friendly Coral Gables attorney with a rapscallion goat who refuses to look at the second camera on a two-camera shoot?

You decide:


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  1. And we wish you and your family a healthy and safe cruise ship voyage.....

    Douche.

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  2. Dude, straighten the tie before you record.

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  3. 6:45 AM Law offices of you know who, in Coral Gables, Florida.

    SA: Item eleven. Sadie Sakowitcz slip and fall Publix in Aventura.
    Lawyer 1: Interrogatories sent. Offer currently 3,900.00.
    SA: Injuries?
    L1: Bruised butt.
    SA: Get it above 5 then cut and run.
    SA: Item twelve- Someone please tell me this is true- they're building a new Titanic?
    L2: Longtime rumor out of Australia and China. No money in development.
    SA: But is there something out there?
    L3: A website that hasn't been updated since 2012
    SA: Hmmm...OK get the you tube boys out here.
    GLADYS! GLADYS Call my dry cleaners. I need the blue suit today please.
    SA: Get me a script for pre-approval by noon. I have the summary judgement motion on the Sanchez food poisoning case against Pollo Tropical. I'll be done by 11.
    I want make-up here. Get me a mock-up of the Titanic and maybe that clip of Leo on the front of the ship.
    SA Alright, we're done. Let's huddle up.

    1! 2! 3! SPENCER SUES THE WORLD FOR ME

    SA: That's a wrap. Where's my soy mocha latte?? WHo has it? And that croissant from Au Chocolate.

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  4. S. World: tight work

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  5. Cool Bentley he's driving around South Beach. Go Spenny, Go!

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