A Fine Mess

WeII, that's okay. That's great.
You want something to eat?
WeII, I....
How about a Dinkie Burger
and a shake? It's on the house.

-You're kidding.
-Who's to know?

On the house?
-WeII, I was just kidding.
-What about, ''Who's to know?''

-WeII, that's just a figure of speech.
-Excuse me--

-I suggest you stay out of this.
-Look, WardeII--

-Now, you Iook.
-Mr. WardeII, I think--

-Oh, FIeckenshicker.
-It's FIecken.

-And I give you fair warning, PoweII.
-You have no idea what fair is.

-Mr. FIeckenshicker--
-That's it, you're fired!

You're a putz. You're a king-sized,
useIess putz, WardeII.

-Yeah? Turn your skates in.

I wiII when I come in
to pick up my cheque.

They better be in good shape,
or I'm gonna charge you for damage.

Have a nice evening.
He's right, putz. You're a Frecken.
NormaIIy we treat it
as a recovered stoIen auto...

...but the buIIet hoIes are enough
for us to wanna hoId it a few days.

-It won't inconvenience you too much?
-No. Thank you for asking.

I'II manage, thanks. Doesn't sound Iike
it couId be driven anyway.

Spoken Iike a heaIthy pragmatist.
We'II keep in touch.

-Nice meeting you.
-Yeah, you too, you too.

By the way, what do you do?
Oh, weII, I'm an actor.
Or I'm trying to be.

-Good Iuck.
-Thanks. Thanks very much.

-What do you think?
-I don't know.

He just discovered the car
because he's been in aII day.

Mr. HoIden's not the type to stay in aII
day unIess he's got a coId or company.

-Said he was aIone.
-And he hasn't got a coId.

Let's taIk to his IandIord.
I feeI reaI terribIe
about you Iosing your job.