Ellen is approached by Tom and Larry, two hippie businessmen who want to buy her bookstore. But Ellen refuses to sell no matter how high the price. When Ellen decides to put down her roots and buy a home of her own, she's unprepared for the price. With Spence posing as her lawyer, Ellen pays a visit to Tom and Larry's office and decides to give in to their offer, but with the condition that she stay on at the head employee.
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Title is taken from Patrick Henry's famous line "Give me liberty or give me death!" from his speech to the Second Virginia Convention at St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia on March 23, 1775. See more
Spoofs West Side Story