SHELDON: Listen to this: "A Native American and a native New Yorker are walking through Manhattan... ARTHUR
SHELDON (off-panel): When suddenly, the Native American says he can hear a cricket. The New Yorker doesn't believe it... there's just too much city noise. Native American (Listening) New Yorker
SHELDON (off-panel): But the Native American crosses the street, digs through a planter, and pulls out a cricket. 'How'd you DO that?!?', asks the New Yorker. Native American (holding cricket) New Yorker
Native American (holding coins): We all hear different things. We LISTEN for what we value. Here - I'll show you. Watch as I drop these coins.
SHELDON (off-panel): ...And as they fell, clinking to the ground, every head turned to look." Native American (dropping coins) New Yorker People
SHELDON: ...Isn't that a cool story? ARTHUR: I'm sorry, what? I wasn't listening.