Addison : (drops in on Wilbur, and he is all smiles) I just returned from luncheon at the civic committee. (holds out hand) Congratulate me!
Wilbur: Why - somebody else pick up the tab?
Addison: This is serious. Thanks to me, there's going to be a statue of Paul Revere in the park.
Wilbur: Good! Now, if those Redcoats decide to come back, we'll be ready for them.
Addison: Please! Paul Revere happens to be one of my illustrious ancestors.
Ed: (outraged that Paul Revere's horse will not be acknowledged on the plaque of the upcoming Revere statue) Where would Paul Revere have been without his horse?
Wilbur: I don't know.
Ed: Oh, why are they always leaving horses out of American history?
Wilbur: I don't know - I flunked American history.
Ed: Who pulled the covered wagons? Horses!
Wilbur: Ah, yes, but men like me were inside those wagons.
Ed: That's why they were covered.
Wilbur: That's an old joke.
Ed: Well, Custer's last stand - we were there too.
Wilbur: That was a disaster though.
Ed: What do you think the Indians were riding - rabbits?
Wilbur: (Korzak's statue of Paul Revere statue is unveiled, but the statue is producing shock and laughter) Mr. Korzak, what have you done?
Korzak: (waves his hands for silence) Silence! This is a masterpiece! It represents the pure essence of Paul Revere! Didn't you people know I was an impressionistic sculptor?
Wilbur: Mr. Korzak, you mind if I make one little suggestion?
Korzak: Well, yes, of course.
Wilbur: Put the cover back on.