(Walking past a car, there’s a sound of a crying baby.)
Alan: Baby for you.
Greg: Is that what that is? It sounds like somebody trying to juice a pelican.
(Talking about how film companies often devolve into bad sequels)
Alan: Inside Out was pretty good though. Or so I hear.
Greg: But that wasn’t a sequel.
Alan: Right. So Pixar can still make good original stuff.
Greg: But the other half is stuff like “Tugboats 4: Return of Eeeeeeeee-youuuuuuuu”
Alan (joining in): eeeeeeee
Ian (joining in): eeeeeeeee
Greg: We sound like bagpipes.
Ian: Keithpipes are when you take out Keith’s stomach and turn it into a musical instrument.
Keith: No. Don’t do this.
Alan: So who’s organizing dinner?
Mars: We’re playing Scrabble, so you are.
Greg: And I want to go to the gym.
Mars: And we want to go see Frozen. Get to it.
Ian: Yeah. Start filming Frozen!
Alan: And there’s the 3D Grilled Cheese Steakburger.
Greg: Of course it’s 3D. What kind of advertisement is that? Unless they steamroll it before they serve it to you…
Greg: Do we have to look up how to typeset the bat signal?
(Greg is processing statistics of journal text)
Greg: Inquiring squeaks want to know.
Greg: Because they are data scientists. They just happen to be hamsters as well. It’s a thing that can happen. Are you biased against hamsters?
(Alan is watching The Voice and Christina is on the screen)
Greg: What was she dipped in to make her that color?
(Discussing birth control and preventing pregnancy)
Jon: Where does immaculate conception fall into this? I’m very concerned about this.
Greg: You personally?
(Discussing the pancake problem)
Mars: Can we make malicious pancakes when we get home?
Ian: Instead of blueberries you add malace.
Mars: What aisle of the supermarket is the malace in?
Keith: I’m not sure Giant Eagle has that.
Greg: Oh they do.