Seymour: So Eddie, did you know that when the French invented playing cards, each suit stood for a different class of society. The hearts represented the church, the spades symbolized the army, the diamonds were the aristocracy, and the clubs, the peasants. 600 years later, not much has changed. Clubs are still bleeding to the diamonds and being re-assured by the hearts that the spades are protecting their interests.
Eddie: Ah, plus ca change, right?