Yuk, who delivered cheap Chinese caskets to the Thortonberry Funeral Parlor.
After Bobby was murdered by his uncle then placed into a Chinese casket, Clyde was one of the gravediggers who interred Bobby's casket while Mr. Thortonberry's doctor expressed doubt about the reported cause of death as an accident.
Clyde is aware of this as well, and tenders his resignation, also telling off his abusive boss saying he knows Bobby's death was not accidental. While Clyde cannot prove anything before the law, he remarks "I know what I know". Ezra accepts Clyde's resignation in a less than warm manner, shouting at Clyde that he is an incompetent employee and for unknown reasons also calls Clyde a pervert and orders him to get out and stay out.
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Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Clyde is a funeral home organist in the episode "Fitting Punishment". His death is only brought about by the betrayal by a former friend. Judas His death provokes great mourning on the part of his people.
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After he dies, the hero manages to "live on" in a number of ways: stories say that he is not really dead, or that his ghost or spirit continues to help and inspire people. His actions and deeds may not always gain approval or admiration, but rather are sometimes decried in the ballads as mildly stated criticism to outright condemnation and refutation of all the other 11 elements. Now Bonnie and Clyde are the Barrow gang, I'm sure you all have read How they rob and steal And those who squeal Are usually found dying or dead.
There's lots of untruths to these write-ups; They're not so ruthless as that; Their nature is raw; They hate all the law The stool pigeons, spotters, and rats.
They call them cold-blooded killers; They say they are heartless and mean; But I say this with pride, That I once knew Clyde When he was honest and upright and clean. But the laws fooled around, Kept taking him down And locking him up in a cell, Till he said to me, "I'll never be free, So I'll meet a few of them in hell.
The road gets dimmer and dimmer; Sometimes you can hardly see; But it's fight, man to man, And do all you can, For they know they can never be free. From heart-break some people have suffered; From weariness some people have died; But take it all in all, Our troubles are small Till we get like Bonnie and Clyde. If a policeman is killed in Dallas, And they have no clue or guide; If they can't find a fiend, They just wipe their slate clean And hand it on Bonnie and Clyde. A newsboy once said to his buddy; "I wish old Clyde would get jumped; In these awful hard times We'd make a few dimes If five or six cops would get bumped.
If they try to act like citizens And rent them a nice little flat, About the third night They're invited to fight By a sub-gun's rat-tat-tat.
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They don't think they're too tough or desperate, They know that the law always wins; They've been shot at before, But they do not ignore That death is the wages of sin. Some day they'll go down together; And they'll bury them side by side; To few it'll be grief To the law a relief But it's death for Bonnie and Clyde.