Mark: Dizzy Gillespie was never like this.
Ironside: Not unless he was Mozart.
Mark: Well, who are those quiet cats?
Ironside: Beecham's String Quartet. Biggest thing in quarters since Rigoletto.
Mark: I've got an exam tomorrow, Chief.
Mark: I hope not.
Ironside: No, no I thought they were supposed to transpose to an F major here. Looks to me like a different allegro here. I'll use the earphones. You can go back and study, Mark.
Mark: I play a mean kazoo if you get tired of this.
Ironside: What'd you say?
Mark: I play a mean kazoo if you get tired of this!
Ironside: You don't have to holler, I'll remember that.
Anton Beecham: Old King Cole was a merry old soul, but at least his fiddlers cared, unlike mine.
Fran: Well, if nobody minds I'm going to zero in on that Darryl Podell. He looks very interesting.
Mark: Now what is Paul Newman going to say of that?
Fran: Now, I don't seem to be getting very far with him.