JAY: I love our late-night drives together, Mitt.
MITT: Me too, Jay. Me too. Thanks for bringing me back home after my appearance on your show.
JAY: No problem. You really laid into Obama on Benghazi and the AP seizure scandals. Really makes you wonder…
MITT: Well, like I said earlier, “It’s better to win than to lose, but in the scheme of life, losing an election was not the end of the road.” Speaking of, this isn’t the route I take to get home. Where are we going?
JAY: I thought maybe we could have a picnic, just you, me, and the stars. Would…would you like that?
MITT: Well, sir, there’s nothing in the world I’d like more, so long as I get to hear one honk of your old-timey horn.
JAY: Mitt, you can honk my old-timey horn whenever you want.
MITT: Never replace me with someone younger who’s more handsome, more charismatic, more likable, more “hip.”
JAY: This is in the news…I won’t. *AWOOGA*