GK: ... after this message from the Cafe Boeuf, where the elite meet to eat.
TR: (FRENCH....W SOUTHERN ACCENT)
GK: Sorry. Pardon. I don't understand your accent. Non comprende.
TR: Ah, pardon, monsieur. I am from the south of France. From the French Bible belt.
GK: There is a Bible belt in France??? I didn't know.
>TR: Yes, yes, of course. Baptistes and auto racing ---- the big cars, go zoom zoom zoom zoom ---- and we have the bouffant magnifique and the musique provinciale.
GK: What is musique provinciale?
TR: Oh you know. (SINGS "FOLSOM PRISON BLUES" IN FRENCH)
GK: So it's country music.
TR: Country music? Quesque que c'est?
GK: That's Johnny Cash you're singing.
GK: Johnny Cash.
TR: No, no. (FRENCH SMUG LAUGHTER) That is Jean Monet.
GK: It's Johnny Cash.
TR: Jean Monet.
GK: Anyway, do you have any specials tonight?
TR: Oui, we have the specials. Tonight we have the Meat and Three. Boeuf plus trois.
GK: Uh huh. What is that?
TR: It is a large boeuf, joined by three smaller boeufs. BOEUF.... boeuf boeuf boeuf.
GK: Do you have any other specials?
TR: Non non non.
GK: No vegetables?
TR: One boeuf is in the shape of a carrot.
GK: No peas, no beans, no greens?
TR: It is called Cafe Boeuf. It is not the Cafe Salade.
GK: I'll have the Meat and Three.
TR: Tres bien monsieur. Would you like music with that?
GK: What music?
TR: (WILLIE, "ON THE ROAD AGAIN" IN FRENCH)
GK: A message from the Cafe Boeuf. Where the elite meet to eat.