I ate some Triscuit crackers
in the car. You should’ve had some.
Well, maybe if
you’d told me… there were delicious
Triscuit crackers, I could
have enjoyed them with you. I’m sorry.
Well, sorry doesn’t put
the Triscuit crackers in my stomach. Does it, Carl?
Gentlemen. I’m sorry
to have kept you waiting. Have you all met? Eric Gordon,
my executive vice president. And our operations manager,
Carl Alphonse. Sit down, gentlemen.
Sit down.Beautiful table.Good seeing you, sir.Where’s Billy? Juanita said he’d be down
in a few minutes. I’m sure you’ll all be
very impressed. Shampoo is better! I go on first
and clean the hair. Conditioner is better. I leave the hair
silky and smooth. Oh, really, fool?
Really! Stop looking at me,
swan! [Slurping][Slurping Continues]Eh, Carl, what’s up?
Billy. I see you got
a little sun today.
You think so? I fell asleep by the pool
for a few hours. Did you fall asleep,
or did you pass out? Ah-ha-ha-ha-ha!
Shut up! That’s enough, Billy. Because you took
your own sweet-ass time
coming down here tonight, these gentlemen
are going to miss
their last flights home. This guy can stay in my room,
I’ll tell you that much. [Laughing] [Gnawing Sounds] Billy,
eat your soup. It’s good soup. Well, gentlemen,I can’t thank you enough for
coming out here this evening.[Shouting Gibberish] Please, Billy.
No gibberish tonight.
Please, I beg you. Sorry, Daddy. This is a big night
for me tonight.I have an important announcement
to make.[Gibberish] That’s it, Billy.
Get the hell out of here! [Gibberish] – Nice talkin’ to you, Billy.
– [Continues Gibberish]