The clip pretending-to-be-eunice from What's Up, Doc? with Ryan O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal. Powered by: Anyclip. a...
The clip pretending-to-be-eunice from What's Up, Doc? with Ryan O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Good evening, Prof. Hosquith, this is Howard Bannister.
- How do you do? - Thank you.
What's this, what incredible adventure did you have?
What adventure did I have? What adventure did I have?
You mustn't be modest about a simply incredible thing like that.
You'll have to tell us all about it, Bannister. Come along to the table, now.
Good show, Bannister, good show.
- And this must be Miss Burns. - How do you do?
- You! - Eunice, Howard, Eunice.
We've almost got that stammer cured. Sit down, dear.
- How? How? - Howard. Howard.
He still gets stuck on names. It's probably the excitement...
...of meeting you for the first time. I must say I can feel it myself.
- Can you? - Can I? My heart is going a mile a minute.
Why, you can just feel it pounding. Can't you feel it?
Yes, I think I can. Yes, it's absolutely...
It's certainly in there pounding.
It's amazing, you should feel it, gentlemen.
Sit down, gentlemen.
- Can I sit next to you? - I wouldn't have it another way.
Why don't you sit on my right, Bannister? If you could move, Mr. Simon.
- But, sir, this is not... - I know, Bannister.
This isn't the seating plan according to the place cards...
...but we can break a few of the minor social customs.
Sir, I must point out...
I must point out that "foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. "
- Emerson! - I beg your pardon, my dear?
Ralph Waldo Emerson, born 1803, died 1882.
- You like Emerson? - I adore him!
I adore anyone who adores him.
I adore anyone who adores anyone who adores Emerson. Your turn.
She's a delight, Bannister. You're a lucky dog.
- But this isn't... - Admit it.
- Admit you're a lucky dog. - I'm a lucky dog. But...
- Miss Burns, may I call you Eunice? - No!
Howard means that back where we come from...
...everyone calls me Burnsy. - Burnsy? I like that.