GK: This portion of our show brought to you by the Café Boeuf Austin, with your host, Francois the maitre'd ----
TR: Non non non. Café Boeuf Aus-TANN.
GK: Bon jour, Francois.
TR: What brochure? I have no brochures.
GK: A table for one, s'il vous plait?
TR: Chevrolet? Where?
GK: Une table pour une.
TR: What about a prune. We do not serve prunes here.
GK: Here. This is good. Tres bien.
GK: Non, non, non.
TR: Do you care to hear the specials today, monsieur?
GK: No, thanks. I'd like a salad, please.
TR: En salade. Excellent. And what else?
GK: That's all.
TR: Une salade.
TR: Wee? You need a men's room?
GK: One salad.
TR: You want the salad in the men's room?
GK: No, no. And no dressing.
TR: If you are undressing, you should do that in the men's room.
GK: Salad dressing. On the side. Okay?
TR: Okay. How about a nice wine?
GK: What do you recommend?
TR: I recommend the (FRENCH). Or if you prefer a vin rouge, the (FRENCH). Or the (FRENCH) is also excellent. As we would say (FRENCH PHRASE OF PRAISE).
GK: Well, let me have a glass of the last one.
TR: Which one, monsieur?
GK: The (HE ATTEMPTS FRENCH).
TR: I'm sorry, you have left your suitcase at the train station?
GK: Never mind.
TR: What do you expect me to do about that, monsieur? I am only a maitre'd, I am not your personal assistant. (HE MUTTERS IN FRENCH)
GK: A message from the Café Boeuf Austin.
GK: That's what I said. Where the elite meet to greet and eat. An oasis of refinement here in the city of Austin.
Lovingly selected from the earliest archives of A Prairie Home Companion, this heirloom collection represents the music from earliest years of the now legendary show: 1974–1976. With songs and tunes from jazz pianist Butch Thompson, mandolin maestro Peter Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and the first house band, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas and Mary DuShane).