-Can I ask Jay a question?
-You were good about it. You were good about it,
but it is hard. -About… This is serious,
though. -(car alarm blaring) -But…
-(horn honking) All right! What’s going on over there? -Sorry. I’m not…
-SPADE: Is this a bit? -Hang on, there.
-SPADE: I smell a bit. Carry on, man. SPADE:
Oh, good lord, it’s Johnny the P.A.
in Daisy Dukes. What are you doing a bit early
in the… in the bit? I’m sorry. I was just
installing a car alarm for my favorite NASCAR driver,
Kurt Busch. (cheering and applause) Yeah. I don’t think a-a race car
car alarm makes sense. Kurt, did you ask him
to do that? No, David, I did not. I’m sorry about that. -He just comes out
and does stuff? -Yeah. It’s-it’s all right.
I like to meet my fans. -Yeah.
-SPADE: Ooh, boy. Uh, you don’t want
to meet this guy. Just trying to jump-start
my car alarm business. That’s all, okay?
I’ll get out of your hair. Sorry about that. Sorry, Mr. Busch. Uh, here’s your bill. It’s just, uh, $8,000. You should be all wrapped up. -Johnny…
-Hey, Farley, by the way, the-the plugs,
they’re working perfectly. Thank you, Norm. Thank you very much. Hey, Johnny,
you’re still in the bit. Stay focused. Uh… Listen, everything’s gonna work out
there, Pennywise. -Did you have a nice time?
-Uh, this is the first talk show that I’ve been to with my car. And I think I’m going this way
from now on. That’s right.
Ellen will love it. Um, glad you had fun. And it’s been a great show. Wait, wait, wait!
Uh, Davey, Dave, Dave! -Yeah, I’m right here. -Can I
ask, uh, Kurt one more question? Uh, eh. Yeah, go ahead. Mr. Busch, I just want
to say it was an honor. Uh, do you have that $8,000? That’s enough, Johnny. No, I’ve got a hot tip on
a dog race coming up real soon. Just talk to me later.
Talk to me later. All right, talk to him after.
He might want in on it. Go back to being
in everyone’s nightmare.