March 9, 2003
A man acquires an abandoned parrot and brings it home to his wife and two daughters. A white sheet rests on the bird's cage. "This parrot's had a time of it," the man tells his family. "We're gonna give him a good home. While he gets a feel for his new surroundings, let's think of a new name for the boy." One daughter wants to name the parrot Cap'n, after the cereal. The younger suggests Hank, after William Henry Harrison. The man pulls the sheet away. The bird blinks and says, "New place. New whores. Same old customers. Hi, Wayne."