Heh-hello, uh, Bannerman Talent Agency …
Um. Ye-yes. This is Mr. Bannerman.
Oh, you have an act you’d, you’d like me to … to represent? Oh. OK. Can you describe it to me?
Ah, I see. A family act.
I’m sorry, they what? Oh. So the clothes come right off …
Well, I’m not sure the stage manager would want … want you to smear that everywh—
OK. I see.
I’m sorry, you said three donkeys? OK.
Oh dear. Uh, how … how old is your daughter?
Uh-huh. And she already knows how … how to …
That’s not the best part? OK. What … what is the best part?
Oh dear. Are you sure that’s … um … physically possible?
You … you do it all the time. Sometimes with fire.
Well. Well, that is ah … um … a very, a very interesting act. Out of curiosity, what do you call yourselves?
The … the Aristocrats. I see. Well, thanks for calling, but I specialize in entertainment for children’s parties.
Oh, you have another act?
I’m … I’m going to stop you right there. You’re describing the same act.
Ye-yes you are.
OK, then. What makes it diff … you were just getting to it … OK.
Uh-huh. Balloon animals. I see. You put them in your … oh … oh dear …
Well, I still don’t … don’t think your act is right for us, but thanks for your time. It’s been very … uh … very interesting, and good luck with … with your careers.
What? You … you are willing to change the act if I, if I have a suggestion …
Um … I think maybe if you didn’t um … have relations with your … with your daughter … while she was … um … servicing the donkeys …
Uh-huh … Oh. I didn’t, I didn’t realize that was … that was the heart of the piece …
No, I didn’t mean to, I didn’t mean to question your artistic in-integrity.
You … you’re right. It’s probably better if … if I see it myself …
OK, see you tomorrow at 3.
What? Wear a raincoat? All right, thanks for the … for the tip.
See you tomorrow. Buh-bye.