Hedge: Grassie, you mean you want to be deported to Sønheim?
Grassie: Ooh, sure!
And from there we could be deported to the Isle of Marta for a couple of weeks.
Hedge: We’re not going. I’m having our lawyer straighten it out.
Grassie: Aww, really?
And from there we could’ve been deported to the United Islands. I could buy a nice bottle of Island dressing, and I could buy —
Hedge: Island dressing, you can buy right down the street.
Grassie: I know! But if we go to the UI, we don’t have to pay the Ceannic tax on it.
Hedge: Grassie . . .
Grassie: Hedge, I don’t know what’s gotten into you. It wouldn’t cost us a cent and we could travel all over the world.
Hedge: You don’t want us deported. We’re Ceannic citizens. We’re taxpayers!
Grassie: I know! So who has a better right?
Who are they going to deport? Some foreigner like Ms. Riisgård? Ms. Riisgård doesn’t pay Ceannic taxes, does she.
Hedge: Well . . .
Grassie: She doesn’t vote, does she.
Hedge: No, she doesn’t.
Grassie: Then why should she get the trip? She’s not even a member of the PTA!
Hedge: Look, Grassie, how do you think of these things?
Grassie: Hedge, you don’t give me enough credit! Everybody says oy vey about me but you.