I love it here.
It's beautiful.It's sold out.
The place is paid for.
We must be onan Indian reservation.
And these are all Indians.
Look, Peanut, first of all,
the more politicallycorrect term these daysis Native American.
I certainly wouldn't wantto piss 'em off.
They could try and scalp me,but all they'd get
is a fishing lure.
I guess that is a little lessconfusing of a term, though.
Why?'Cause when you say Indian,
you don't know which onethe hell they're talking about.
What?Is it the onesthat go...
(war chant):♪ Hy-ya, hy-ya, hy-ya.
or the ones that go...
(Indian accent):Thank you for callingcustomer support.
(laughter and cheering)
But in this case, I'm talkingabout the ones that go...
(war chant):♪ Hy-ya. hy-ya, hy-ya.
(deep voice):♪ Hy-ya, hy-ya.
(high-pitched):♪ Hy-ya, hy-ya... how.
Do you know whatthat chant means?
No, but I think it means,
(chanting):♪ I forgot the words,hy-ya, hy-ya. ♪
You know, we have plentyof Native Americanshere this evening.
Oh, goody. Let's play craps.
What? They've gotthe reservationsand the casinos
and making millions of dollarsevery day hand over fist.
They're laughingall the way to the bank.
Oh, that's what it is--they're laughing.