Able: Scone. Baker: What has Able: No! Scone! Baker: Scone? Able: Ay, scone. Baker: Just the one? Able: Ay, a singularly singular 'scone!' SD(Pause) Baker: I'd call it a scöne! Able: You would! Baker: What's that supposed to mean? Able: Tomatoes, potatoes, pineapples, scones! It's the different way that you and I say the same things. Baker: Oh. SD(Pause) Baker: Pineapple? Able: Yes - took your time - you'd call it a 'nexotic' fruit; whereas to me it's just a common everyday 'pineapple'. Baker: Oh. SD(Pause) Baker: What a lot of cahones you talk. SD(Pause) Able: No it's gone Baker: Scone or scöne Able: No! My sketch idea. Baker: Upon? Able: A scone. Baker: Oh! SD(Pause) Able: Oh? Is that all you can say? Baker: Well, I mean... it's a shame, and all that; but, it was just a sketch about a... (slowly) ...scone. Able: 'Just' a sketch?! It was a brilliant idea; a work of genius; a creative masterpiece; a... a... Baker: (blandly) ... sketch about a scone. Able: Oh, you; 'you' wouldn't know a genius sketch about a scone if it bit you on the backside! Baker: Is that likely? 'Scone-Sketch Bites Man!' Able: I can see the headline now. Baker: Whatever! (leaves) Able: He... 'sgone!