First Famous Outlines
COSTELLO: Hé, Abbott, say to me about this new club of ball downtown. I hear that they are really good.
ABBOTT: They are, Costello.
COSTELLO: Well, which is on the team? Which are their names?
ABBOTT: I will say to you that, the players nowadays, they sure have some funny names, names goofy...
COSTELLO: Well, for example, which is lit first?
COSTELLO: Is this what I want to know. Who is lit first?
COSTELLO: Who is the first baseman?
ABBOTT: It is its name, which.
COSTELLO: Who is his name?
ABBOTT: Right-hand side. Its name is which.
COSTELLO: Thus, somebody named who plays the first base?
ABBOTT: With precision.
COSTELLO: I see. Which is the name of the type on the second basis?
ABBOTT: You are right. What is the name of the type on the second basis.
COSTELLO: Which is its name?
ABBOTT: What is its name. Its name is what.
COSTELLO: And third base?
ABBOTT: I do not know.
COSTELLO: You do not know his name, or is its name me do not know?
ABBOTT: Its name is me do not know.
COSTELLO: Fascination. Thus, primarily, all the players on this team have names which are answers to the questions, or are pronouns which can be easily interpreted like answers to the questions. Do you have a jug?
COSTELLO: And a glove of baseball?
COSTELLO: It must be muddling like hell.
ABBOTT: You do not badinez.
COSTELLO: To tell me their names well, thank you, bud.
ABBOTT: You are welcome, Lou.