42. Well, here we are, back in Bighton, standing in front of our hotel. 43. Today, we’re visiting new English friends of mine, who live here in Brighton. 44. What?Today? 45. Yes, today, honey, so – where was I? Right, they’re friends of mine. 46. Their names are Peter and Rosie. Now, Peter’s a salesman. 47. He works for a full company. 7. And Rosie works at the American Embassy in London. 8. … 9. So they are very busy people, and it’s real sweet of themmake timesee us. 0. We are very lucky. . Cansay something? 2. …. 3. 3.I wantgo play golf today, Deborah. 4. You know what the weatherlike in England. Today it’s sunny, thereno rain. 5. Ok, it’s damn cold, but still, it’s a great day for golf. So that’s whatwantdo today. 6. Sure honey, but we’re seeing Peter and Rosie today. You can play golf tomorrow. 7. I ca play golf tomorrow. The weather wo be like this tomorrow. It would probably rain. 8. Well, itwinter. Honey. Even in the States it rains a lot in the winter. 9. Yeah, well, in England it rains a lot in the spring, the summer, the fall and the winter. 20. But it’s not raining today, so let’s go play golf, ok? Hey, I’ll tell you what. 2. We can go play golf this afternoon, and we can still go see your friends in the evening. 22. No, that wo work, I’m afraid. 23. Why the hell not. 24. Because I’m cooking dinner for us all. 25. They’re inviting usdinner and you’re cooking it? It’s crazy. 26. We’re cooking it, honey, just because I’m a woman. 27. That does meanmust do all the cooking, now does it? Hey, will you look at us? 28. Here we are, just standing in front of the hotel, talking. 29. Let’s get going: we have a lot of shoppingdo! 30. There’s a really good supermarket down this road, we can get everything we need there. 3. … 32. … 33. Well, my ideato do something really typically American. 34. Sothink I’ll make some Jambalaya. 35. Jambalaya? But that’s southern food. It’s from Pittsburgh, not New Orleans! 36. So what’s typical Pittsburgh food, then? Burger and fries? 37. No, Alan, Peter and Rosie are sophisticated people, they travel all around. 38. I wantcook them something real special. Ah, here we are, “Waithose” 39. I ca see any shopping carts. 40. Over there. Honey, where it says “trolleys” 4. “Trolleys”?that what they call shopping carts here? I’ll go and get one. 42. Geez, this shopping cartso small! What with this country. 43. It’ll be big enough for it, Alan. We are only cooking one dinner. 44. Here we are. 45. What we need? 46. First of all, rice 47. Hey, look. 48. One pound. Is that enough? 49. Honey,can see you are not a great expert on food. 50. What do you mean? 5. Well, first of all, easy cook riceyukky, and second of all, you do wantuse American rice anyway. 52. Why the hell not, why you’re cooking an American dinner? 53. Honey, we’re in Europe now. trybe a bit sophisticated, ok? 54. We’ll go for the Italian rice. 55. We need tomatoes, or “tomatoes” or they say here. 56. And peppers – red peppers, and prawn. 57. And bacon. And lots of all, we need sausages. Great, that’s it. Let’s go and pay. 58. Where’s the check-out? Or do they call it, like,do know. 59. This country. 60. They call it here just like we do. 6. Here it is. 62. Good. Do we have enough cash for all this staff? 63. Of course we do, honey. Anyway, this, this is, like, the third world. 64. … 65. … 66. So, let’s pay, and then we can goPeter and Rosie’s. 67. And start cooking delicious Jambalaya. 68. Let’s go for it.