Yeah, no, you know.
I bet it must have sucked up a diaper or something.

Try it again.
You want me to call AAA?
Come all around and let me hop over yours.
I don't know. What if you break mine, too.
Then we will both be sitting ducks.

I didn't break it. It just died.
Yeah, yeah.
All right, hop on. Come on.
Go back.
Hey, I'm already here.

Yeah, but you don't know where we are going.
Why don't you tell me and we will both know.
Man, male egos.
I don't know how you guys make it through the day with them.
What? It is not my ego.
I just don't want to ruin a surprise.
I'm sorry. Are you all right?
I always keep a few of those around.
Thank you.

I have lower back trouble.
I just shovel the ice pack right down there.
Oh, no, no. This is a fresh one.
So, Ellis island.
I have to admit. I have lived in New York my whole life.
And I've never been here.
I figured that most people haven't.
So I got my man Larry here to set us a private tour.
Anything for Hitch.
It was originally known as Oyster Island.
The island was expand to its present size with dirt,
removed during the construction of the New York subway system.
Are you serious?

Did you know this?
Yes. I mean that's why I brought you here.
In fact, over 100 million of Americans can trace their ancestors
back to a single man, woman or a child on the ship's manifest
to an inspector's ledger.
By 1910, 75% of the residents of New York, Chicago, Detroit...