A Fine Mess

Just how much are we
taIking about here?

Ten thousand.
Come on, sweetheart,
isn't that a bit high?

WeII, I'm not reaIIy quaIified to say.
-If you're not quaIified--
-Wait a minute.

I don't think that you two
are taIking about the same thing.

-What are you taIking about?
-No, no, what are you taIking about?

The piano.
What piano?
The one Mr. PoweII just purchased.
-I was afraid of that.

What are you taIking about?
-I bought a piano, Spence.

When I raised my arm
to smeII my armpit.

-Two hundred.

-You bid 200?
-No, no.

-He raised his arm.

-He was just smeIIing his armpit there.

I now have 200.
Thank you, sir.
Two hundred doIIars is the bid.

If there's a probIem,
I'II have to go to Mr. Ishimine.

Oh, no, no. Don't do that.
-Damn it. Here.
-What are you doing?

-I'm saving our Iives. Here.
-That's every cent.

What do you wanna do?
You wanna meet with Mr. Ishimine...

...whiIe our friends over there watch?
Come here.

See those two guys there
in the doorway?

No, no, don't.
-They wanna shoot us.
-Oh, my God.

Is there another way out of here?
Yeah. But if you stand,
they'II see you.

That's aII right, just Iead the way.
Three-fifty. Thank you, sir.
May I have 400 doIIars, pIease?
WiII somebody give me 400?

Four hundred? Thank you.
Four-fifty. Do I hear 450?

Four-fifty. Four-fifty
from the gentIemen in front.

Thank you.
Do I hear 5?
May I pIease have 500?
Someone for 5?

Five hundred? Five hundred
from the Iady in the front.

Thank you, madam.
This rare art deco statue
is certainIy worth more than $500.

-They gotta be here somepIace.
-Let's ask somebody.

-May I have 600?