3Burnie: You haven’t seen that residential parking pass? Gavin: Why would I have seen that? Gus: I’ve seen it around several-
*Gavin laughs* *Gavin laughs*
Gus: -all over Austin. There’s many places. Burnie: Why would you pay attention any street sign ever? Burnie: Why would you ever do that, Gavin? Barbara: Yeah, you’re asking Gavin about street signs. Gavin: Do you pay attention to- *wheezes* Burnie: Do I pay attention street signs? Burnie: Yes, Gavin. I do. All the time.
Gavin: No, wait- Gavin: But do you pay attention to plane signs when you’re on the plane? Burnie: When you park with- let’s say Meg drives you somewhere. Gavin: Uh-huh. Burnie: And you guys are going out to dinner? Burnie: Don’t you sometimes have to figure out where you’re gonna park? Burnie: So when that part-
Gavin: Do I have to do that? Burnie: When that part of it comes up, are you just like, “I’m of no help to anybody here.” Burnie: And you just wander off on your phone-
Gavin: But what if I wasn’t in the car- Burnie: -while Meg figures out whether or not she can park in a space?
Gavin: *laughs* What if I wasn’t- Gavin: She’s- She’s very capable of figuring out her own parking. Gavin: What d’you think, she needs me to help her? Burnie: You don’t even participate, though, is what I’m saying. Gavin: Does the pilot need help when you’re on a plane? Does he need help driving-
Gus: Yeah, he does! Gus: There’s two of them. There’s a co-pilot.
Gavin: Yeah? Gus: The other person sitting in the front? Gus: They help!
Gavin: Does he rely- does he rely on the passengers to-? Gus: That’s not what you’re saying. No one in the backseats’ helping. Gus: There are two people in the front seat, is she your chaffeur? Gavin: *laughing* Why would she-?
Gus: Does she drive you around and you sit in the back seat, pretending not to listen her while you read the Financial Times? *Barbara laughing*
Gus: I don’t think so! *Barbara laughing*
*Gus chuckles* Gavin: *laughs* I’m just saying that if you don’t use the vehicle, you’re not gonna look at the signs for it. Burnie: But when you’re parking and you try to figure stuff out. Like when you’re-
Gavin: *wheezes* What’s to figure out? Burnie: Oh my God, okay, you are kid-
Barbara: I understand where you’re coming from- Barbara: -and I also understand where you’re coming from. Gavin: Yeah, when you see a helipad but you don’t know when you can park in it? *Barbara stifling laughter* Gavin: Or do you not care because you have a helicopter? Burnie: Well, if I’m in a helicopter, I’ll probably figure that out after the- my 80th trip in the fucking- Burnie: -helicopter?
Gus: If you’re in a helicopter, I bet you’re looking like,
“Oh, I hope we can land there.” Burnie: Yeah.
Gus: I hope that is a proper- Gus: -place for a helicopter to land.
Burnie: Hey, Gus!
*Gavin laughing* Gus: This doesn’t look seem like a helicopter landing, I think we’re gonna crash! Burnie: Gus, did you know that airplanes when they show up at airports, they park at gates?
*Barbara laughing* Burnie: They don’t just throw people out of the side of the plane? Onto the tarmac?
Gus: *choking on laughter* Yeah?
*Barbara and Gavin laughing* Burnie: Did you know that?
Gus: When you’re in the back of a- when you’re in the back of a plane- Gus: -do you ever look and think,
“Oh, I hope we’re landing in an airport.” Burnie: Yeah.
Gus: “Is this a place a plane can land?” Gus: “Hm. I hope there’s a not a no plane sign here!”
Burnie: Sure. Burnie: And I wonder if there’s one of those airports where they just back the planes in- Burnie: -as opposed to pulling in forwards. I mean, that happens sometimes too-
Gavin: Yeah… wait! Gavin: Where do you-?
Burnie: I don’t know! Cuz I’m not a fucking commercial pilot!
*everyone except Burnie laughs* Burnie: So I’ve never fucking paid attention!
Gavin: Where do you park your jetski?
*Barbara laughs* Gus: *wheezes and laughs* Burnie: If I ride a jet ski, I’ll- I’ll be able to tell you that-
Gavin: IF I DRIVE A CAR- Gavin: -I’LL BE ABLE TO TELL YOU WHERE TO PARK!
Gus: He said ride- Burnie: If I- I’m saying if I ride on a jetski!
*Barbara laughs* Burnie: If I’m riding behind someone, I’ll figure out where to park jetskis. Gavin: Or will the person driving it, who owns the jetski, figure it out because they probably parked it- Gavin: -seven hundred times?
Burnie: You’ve been a passenger of a car eight billion times- *Gavin wheezes*
*Barbara laughs* Burnie: -and you’ve never- you’ve never looked at where to park a car, or figured it out- Gavin: What’s to figure out-?!
Burnie: You’re just a babe! Lost in the woods! Burnie: Doing your own thing! Nobody else’s experiences matters-
Gavin: You’re making me sound like-
*Barbara laughs* Burnie: -in any way whatsoever.
Gavin: You’re making it- you’re making it sound like if I was in the car- Gavin: -Meg would just be like, “pbbt!”
Gus: That’s not what he’s making it sound like! Burnie: Not at all.
Barbara: It’s a- it’s a joint effort, it’s helping. Gavin: It’s not a joint effort. Gus: It’s like if- common courtesy!
Barbara: Because she’s looking for parking, you could be looking around- Barbara: -being like, “Oh, there’s a spot! Oh, I see this!”
Gavin: I mean, I’ll navigate!
Burnie: You live with Meg. Burnie: You live with Meg.
Gavin: Yep. Burnie: So let’s just say, it’s your job to pay the electricity bill. That’s your job.
Gavin: Uh-huh. Burnie: She doesn’t do it at all. And one day, she turns on all the lights. Gavin: And you’re like, “Well, that runs up the electricity bill,” and she goes- Burnie: “PFFFBBBBBT!!!” Burnie: You know what I mean?! And that’s gonna affect you, right?! You’re going to be like-
*Gavin losing it* Burnie: “Hey, you’re in this with me! Turn off the fucking lights!” Burnie: She’s like “I don’t pay the bill. That’s not my responsibility.” Burnie: Flip, flip, flip, flip, flip, flip, flip!