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The Gold Violin - S2-E7

Corrected entry: Ken Cosgrove asks Jane if she would like to go to a Mets game at Shea Stadium. The episode was set in 1962 and Shea Stadium didn't open til 1964. The Mets originally played at the Polo Grounds.

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Correction: Ken says "I have tickets for the Mets tonight. Great seats for, probably, a terrible game. I'll be by at five." There is no mention of Shea.

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