The clip Chet and Roman discuss view from The Great Outdoors (1988) with John Candy, Dan Aykroyd
That was quite a surprise. You got me.
And the whole week you'll be here.
Oh, wow. Just something.
Anyway, you're an intelligent man.
Make a good living.
Got a good life.
Answer me this.
Why would you want to come to a no-man's-land like this
and live like a barbarian for a week?
You wouldn't understand.
I have great memories of this country. I used to come here with my dad
and I want the boys to have the same memories.
Look around you, Roman, for God's sakes, this is beautiful country.
Take a good look.
I'll tell you what I see, if you want to know.
Yeah, I'm curious.
The underdeveloped resources of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan,
a consortium exploiting over a billion dollars in forest products.
I see a paper mill and a mining operation,
a green belt between lakeside condos and a waste management facility
focusing on the newest rage in waste - medical refuse.
Infected bandages, body parts, IV tubing, syringes,
fluid, blood, radioactive waste - all contained,
sunken in the lake and sealed for centuries.
I ask you, what do you see?
I just see...
No one ever accused you of having a grand vision.
While the ambitious scramble for wealth and power,
the Chets of the world can lay back
and casually stroll along life's path.
That's a compliment.