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    Cool Let's do the A's and B's

    What's the meaning of "let's do the A's and B's"?

    An actress receives an screenplay from an old good friend who she doesn't work with for a very while. So it seems it doesn't matter the script is good or bad, and she says: "If he would have sent me the phone book I probably would have said: 'OK, let's do the A's and B's just to work with him again.? "

    Thank You for your help
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    Re: Let's do the A's and B's

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    What's the meaning of "let's do the A's and B's"?

    An actress receives a screenplay from an old good friend who(m) she hasn't worked with for a very while. So it seems it doesn't matter the script is good or bad, and she says: "If he had sent me the phone book I probably would have said: 'OK, let's do the A's and B's just to work with him again.? "

    Thank You for your help
    Here the a's and b's is to be taken literally as she is talking about a phone book. Let's take the letters a and the b....as a script.

    In other words: anything to work with him again.

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