(to be read aloud)
Bud Abbott: Hello Costello.
Lou Costello: Oh hiya Abbott!
Abbott: How’ve you been?
Costello: Good… good. How about yourself?
Abbott: Been well.
Costello: Oh yeah? I thought you was dead.
Abbott: I was.
Costello: You were what?
Abbott: I was dead.
Costello: Like a zombie?
Abbott: I believe so. That’s what the nice folks down at the morgue were screaming at me anyways.
Costello: Fifty years can really change ya.
Abbott: A lot’s changed.
Costello: Oh yeah.
Abbott: You seen ‘Saw?’
Costello: The motion picture?
Costello: Yeah I saw ‘Saw.’
Abbott: I saw ‘Saw’ too.
Costello: I saw ‘Saw 3!’
Abbott: Oh how was it?
Costello: Real good, Abbott. Real good. Just wish I’d seen the second flick though. How was that one?
Abbott: Never seen it.
Costello: Well whadya mean?
Abbott: I ain’t seen the second ‘Saw’ film.
Costello: Well you just said ya did!
Costello: You did!
Abbott: No. No, I have been meaning to see that ‘Saw’ for a while now though.
Costello: ‘Saw 4?’
Abbott: For a while now, yes.
Costello: Well, I ain’t ever seen that one either.
Abbott: Which one?
Costello: ‘Saw 4.’
Abbott: Oh, neither have I.
Abbott: I haven’t seen ‘Saw 4.’
Costello: You just said ya did!
Abbott: The second film?
Costello: The second film.
Costello: I don’t even know what I’m sayin’!
Abbott: Listen, I’ve seen ‘Saw’ and you’ve seen ‘Saw,’ so what else do we need to discuss?
Costello: I’m not sure anymore.
Abbott: This ain’t no reason to get all worked up, Costello. Let’s just talk about the first motion picture, okay?
Abbott: Say, where’d you see it?
Costello: Ah, I don’t remember, it was a few years ago but I’m pretty sure I saw it at some community theatre.
Abbott: Well that’s nice, those places are usually real cheap to see a film at. Do you remember how much you paid for a ticket there?
Costello: After tax, I think about six cents.
Abbott: Why do you think about that particular film?
Costello: Which fi-
Abbott: ‘Sixth Sense?…’ I love M. Night Shyamalan!