[Man from Europe]
Mr. Hep: I want you to meet a friend of mine to whom I am showing our city, sir.
Mr. Bunion: Good! Thank you! Ah, yes!
Visitor: Mr. Hep is showing me the city, Ha! Ha! Ha! Yes! Yes!
Mr. Bunion: It's a great old town!
Visitor: Well, you see, I have just returned from a months visit in Europe and I'm pretty hard to please. I never have been in New York before, always having lived in Hicksville, Indiana, my home. But I--
Visitor: spent a solid month in Europe and well, I suppose its because I've seen so much there that my dear friend has so much difficulty pleasing me, now.
Visitor: In the first place, New York hasn't the buildings, the cafes and the style that they have over there. I shouldn't want t live in New York, it's too--
Visitor: far behind the times. Its big, yes. A big village. But I ! As for me give me either Hicksville or London. Go over there and come back here and you'll see for yourself.
Visitor: Well, let's proceed. We've seen about all haven't we? Paris is a beautiful place. I was there two days, oh! This is Fifth Ave., eh? Now you see if this was a European city, you'd see no such hotels as those. The hotels are--
Mr. Bunion: This for you! You old monotonous box! There are other burdens which make you as light as air.