"My wife's death. I used to work in insurance. We were well covered."

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My wife's death. I used to work in insurance. We were well covered.
Death Wish (1974)
Well, I've got an insurance policy that covers it up to about 600 a month.
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I guess they keep her in the hospital until the insurance runs out.
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Well, maybe she had something to do with his death.
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When we were little, my brother Jeff and I used to-
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...I'd stick my willie in a nest of funnelwebs if I had to.
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that bad things like my wife's death
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I used to think, that we, were forever ever ever
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I got my clout back and I'm gonna use it.
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I used to obsess over Mike's old girlfriends.
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They work here. We got it covered. Zed, what you got?
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I'm on my way to death row.
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Well, I'll talk to my son-in-law...