Wayne Federman - The Island of Manhattan

  • Season 7 , Ep 25
  • 08/14/2003
  • Views: 931

Even the children are sarcastic in New York. (1:51)

Audience: OH!

[LAUGHTER]

Wayne Federman: AH!

THANKS FOR RUINING IT.

[LAUGHTER]

THANK YOU.

SO PEOPLE ARE HERE IN

THE ORCHESTRA SECTION.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

PEOPLE ARE UP IN MEZZANINE.

[YELLING, CHEERING, APPLAUSE]

I GOT MY FAMILY,

IS UP IN THE BALCONY.

[CHEERS AND WHISTLES]

NOT THAT MANY PEOPLE UP THERE.

ALRIGHT.

[LAUGHTER]

I LIKE BEING HERE IN NEW YORK

CITY ON THE ISLAND OF MANHATTAN.

IT'S AN ODD BUT THAT--

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

IT'S--

IT'S REALLY CRAZY THAT

IT'S AN ISLAND, YOU KNOW.

YOU GET HERE BY THE, YOU KNOW,

TUNNEL, BRIDGES, CANOE.

HOW MANY PEOPLE CANOE HERE,

ON THE SIDE OF THE ISLAND

AND THEN TAKE THE RAFT OUT

AND WATCH--

IT'S AN ISLAND HERE

IN MANHATTAN.

I LEARNED SOMETHING WHEN I FIRST

CAME HERE TO NEW YORK CITY--

SARCASM.

[LAUGHTER]

NEW YORK IS THE MOST SARCASTIC

PLACE.

THE FIRST DAY I WAS THERE,

I WAS AT THE BROADWAY DELI

EATING.

I SAW THIS LITTLE KID

TURN TO HIS MOM AND GO,

[HEAVY ACCENT] "NO, I DON'T WANT

MILK WITH THE COOKIE, I'D RATHER

(BLEEP) CHOKE ON IT AND DIE."

[LAUGHTER]

[APPLAUSE]

[CHEERS AND WHISTLES]

THAT MEANS, "YES, THANK YOU,"

IN NEW YORK.

[APPLAUSE]

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