BJÖRK: (chirping) Tibet! Tibet!
CHINA: You’re going to have to quit that.
BJÖRK: Quit what? Bing nanananannananananaa ork ork ulp! It’s a political protest.
CHINA: Saying “Tibet! Tibet!” at the end of a song is hardly a protest. Where’s your picket sign? Where is your backup research?
BJÖRK: Happppeeeeeeeeyyyy! Tiny country sad. I feel gindleoy ree ree ree ree brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr veery small!
CHINA: You did it again!
CHINA: Stop it. This is more complex than that.
BJÖRK: I like that sound. Plex. Plex plex plex. Hoooooooooooo com plex drrrrrrreeedle!
CHINA: You know, you broke Chinese law.
BJÖRK: I have no room eeeeen my brrrain for laws! Lai ay ay ay ay ay ay brrrrrrrrrr drrrrrrrrrrrr ay ay ay ay! Plunk.
(She thinks. Wondrous pause.)
BJÖRK: (Suddenly serious) I’ve hurt Chinese feelings? Don’t you think you’ve hurt the feelings of the Tibetans for over half a century?
CHINA: (Taken aback) Well, I…
BJÖRK: Borscht! Borscht! Borscht! Shunga doo shunga doo da da shawee!!! Arrrrrrrrrrrererer.
CHINA: Never mind.
CHINA: Please don’t come back.
BJÖRK: Woo! Hoo! I’m an owl! HOOO! HOOO!
CHINA: Somebody please kill me. (Reconsiders) No, you.
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