TICKET TRAIN Inspector: Tickets! Bernard: Ah, no, thank you. Inspector: Pardon? Bernard: I don't want a ticket, thank you. Inspector: I'm not selling tickets, sir. Bernard: No? Inspector: No. I want to see your ticket. Bernard: Oh! I haven't got a ticket.
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Bernard: Ah, no, thank you.
Bernard: I don't want a ticket, thank you.
Inspector: I'm not selling tickets, sir.
Inspector: No. I want to see your ticket.
Bernard: Oh! I haven't got a ticket.
Inspector: You haven't got a ticket?
Bernard: No. I never buy ticket.
Inspector: Why not?
Bernard: Because I haven't got much money.
Inspector: Sir, you're travelling on a train.
When people travel by train, they always buy a ticket.
Inspector: And you're sitting in a first-class compartment.
When people sit in a first-class compartment, they always buy a first-class ticket.
Bernard: No, they don't.
Bernard: A lot of people don't buy tickets.
The King doesn't buy a ticket, does he? Eh? Eh?
Inspector: No, sir, but...
Bernard: And where's yours?
Bernard: Yes, your ticket. Have you got a ticket?
Inspector: Me, sir?
Bernard: Yes, you.
Inspector: No, I haven't got a ticket.
Bernard: Ooh! Are you a famous man?
Inspector: Famous? Well... Sir, I am a ticket-inspector.
Inspector: I inspect tickets. Are you going to show me your ticket?
Bernard: No, I haven't got a ticket.
Bernard: What are you going to do?
Inspector: I'm going to write your name in my book.
Inspector: What is your name?
Bernard: Mickey Mouse.
Inspector: Mickey... Your name, sir!
Bernard: Barack Obama, Leo Messi, Jose Mourinho,
Pau Gasol, George Clooney, Andreu Buenafuente, Brad Pitt, Jesulín de Ubrique...
Inspector: Yes, sir. I see. Well, if you're not going to tell me your name,
please, leave the train.
Inspector: Leave the train.
Bernard: I can't
Inspector: You can't what?
Bernard: I can't leave the train.
Inspector: Why not?
Bernard: It's moving.
Inspector: Not now, sir. At the first station.
Inspector: It's in the Book, sir. When you travel by train,
you buy a ticket and if you don't buy a ticket...
Bernard: Yes, yes, yes, you leave the train. OK.
Inspector: Here we are, sir. We're coming to a station.
Please, leave the train now.
Inspector: Yes, sir. I'm sorry, but...
Bernard: Oh! That's OK.
Bernard: Yes, this is my station. Good-bye!