Welcome to the Western editionof "Two Drink Minimum."
Um, actually there isn'treally a Western edition.
This, I've got to do somethingto kind of keep myself up.
Otherwise I'm goingto fall asleep
and drive the showinto the ditch.
Um, I've been having--actually that's not true.
I've been having a greattime in New York, you know.
We've been going out.
I've been, all I've been eatingis pizza all week, though.
Man, I'm going to have to havemy colon irrigated with one
of those firehoses or something.
But it is, it's good pizza.
And New York is very proudof their pizza, you know?
That's for sure.
I guess so.
It's like one of the, that's,probably one of the main things
about New York is the pizza,pizza and the cockroaches.
Not together, usually,but sometimes.
Anyway, I'm usuallyin California.
I like to go to, youknow, California,
you got a salad bar.
We go to see, go to anall you can eat salad bar.
But I haven't been ableto find one in New York.
About as close as I've comeis a all you can smoke cafe.
(GRAVELLY VOICE) We'd likeanother round, please.
But I guess they kindof have those salad
bars in the Korean markets.
You know, you go inthe markets, they
have the, right in thegrocery store, big salad bar.
But you want to stickclose to the salad.
Don't eat that other, the hotdishes at the end of the thing,
Because it'll be--I would try them
if I thought they were,like, a native dish
from the land of the proprietor.
--usually it's justlike they're trying
to cover every base in theneighborhood, you know.
They got beefstroganoff, and sushi,
and chow mein, and eggplantparmesan, and matzo ball soup,
Man, I'm surprised they don'thave some Martian dish laying
there just in case theyland on Park Avenue.
(MARTIAN VOICE) This placesucks, no baked sarznacs.
I'll have a pack of ghouls.