The Short and Sweet of Craven and Betty - One
"How many times do I have to tell ya, Betty? Ain't ain't a word."
"Sorry, Mr. Danger. Let me repeat myself at the risk of soundin' de ja viewic."
"De ja whatic?"
"Ya know? When somethin' ya said sounds like somethin' else ya said, only it ain't exactly what ya said when ya thought ya said it."
"I'd ask you to repeat that that, but I think it would hurt too much. What you mean is de ja voodoo, Betty. That's when you feel like you been someplace before, only you ain't."
"Ya mean like that time ya passed out in the bowl of nuts at Mulligan's saloon an' I had ta carry ya home, an' ya kept swearin' ya didn't remember me pullin' peanuts outta ya nose with the tweezers I had ta borrow from that floozy ya was eyeballin' cockeyed?"
"You know darn well I never done no such thing, Betty!"
"Okay, okay, Mr. Danger. If ya say so. I ain't gonna- Sorry. I isn't gonna say it again."
"That's better, Betty. In a profession like ours good electrocution leads to better understanding"
"Ya got that right," said Betty. "Amen and pass me the mustard on that one."