Scott and Kelly run through the streets of Taxco, looking for their charge. They finally go to a shop and the girl they're looking for, Kathy, jumps out and tries to scare them. Kathy warns them not to tell her when she can and can't go shopping and they half-jokingly threaten to break her legs...Read the full recap
Kathy: Anyway, next time don't tell me I can't go shopping by myself.
Scott: Of course, we could sprain her ankles.
Kelly: We could break 'em, break both legs.
Kathy: Ooh, I bet you could kill a girl that way.
Kathy: Let's go out and find one.
Scott: Kathy, we are two aging men.
Kelly: Whom you have beaten to their arthritic kneecaps.
Kathy: Do you know what you two are?
Kelly: What's that?
Kathy: Mexico poopers, that's what. And that's how it's going to read in my diary.
Scott: Right. You can also put down that we are two simple, honest lads who have the terrible job of keeping you out of trouble and the newspapers so that you don't embarass your easily-embarassable father. So let's go get something to eat, shall we?
(on the phone)
Kelly: Scotty? Listen. No you're not. You're not. How can you possibly be asleep when you're talking to me? Yes. Now wake up, will you?
Kelly: What's eating you, anyway?
Scott: I don't know, man. It's tensions or something. It's as if... it's as if a dead cat walked across my grave.
Kelly: Well, that's silly. How could a dead cat walk?
Scott: Well, that's what I mean. Cause tension just having me think about it.
Scott: You all right?
Kelly: Yeah, I'm all right. I've heard of guys stringing along for years on one kicking.
Kathy: Punjab and The Asp on duty.
Punjab and The Asp are characters from the Little Orphan Annie newspaper comic strip.Punjab is Daddy Warbuck's manservant and The Asp is a typical Asian villain.
Kelly: There's the cave of the seven dwarves.
The seven dwarves are from the German fairy tale that was the basis for Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).