JASON: It's too hot. I'm not sure I can walk any more.
CHRIS: Oh, c'mon. You're not so old.
I want to go to Monkey Island and look at the monkeys.
JASON: What? They have a monkey island here? Really?
CHRIS: Of course they do.
This is an excellent zoo. They have all kinds of monkeys here.
JASON: Great. Let's go. I love monkeys. That's why I started going out with you.
CHRIS: You're very funny today.
As for me, I've always loved boars and rhinos.
I like their smell. Maybe that's why I chose you.
JASON: I wish we could get some good iced coffee somewhere.
Wouldn't it be great if zoos had Starbucks in them?
Then I could buy you a few espressos and you'd climb over the fence into the lion cage.
I wouldn't have to worry about you any more.
JASON: Hah, hah, hah. Hey, look at that polar bear.
CHRIS: Oh, terrible.
JASON: Yes, I can't believe they have him out in the sun like this. Isn't it too hot?
CHRIS: It's sad. Sometimes I think zoos should treat animals better than they do.
Look at the space they have him in. It isn't enough.
JASON: No. It isn't. They should have him indoors in the air conditioning.
They should give him a nice tank to swim in, and fresh seal meat every day.
They should let him have an iced coffee every couple days.
CHRIS: You're thinking about yourself again. Always so selfish.
JASON: I feel sorry for that bear. Just like him, I'm too hot.
Both he and I--we should be in a nice cold wilderness right now.
We're both sick of southern California.
CHRIS: Do you really want to move away? To Alaska?
JASON: Yes, when I graduate. I will move away from California. That's for sure.
And I will take the bear with me. We will open an iced coffee cafe in Alaska.
He will do tricks for the customers and I will make the coffee.
It will be a great success.
CHRIS: You are a clown, Jason. You are just a clown.
JASON: Thank you. I respect clowns. Thank you very much.
So where is that Monkey Island?
CHRIS: Over this way. Follow me.