Firefly: My friends, this man’s case moves me deeply. Look at Chicolini! He sits there alone, an abject figure.
Chicolini: I abject!
Firefly: I say, look at Chicolini. He sits there alone, a pitiable object – let’s see you get out of that one! – surrounded by a sea of unfriendly faces. Chicolini, give me a number from one to ten.
Chicolini: Now, I ask you one. What is it has a trunk, but no key, weighs two thousand pounds and lives in a circus?
Prosecutor: That’s irrelevant.
Chicolini: A relephant! Hey, that’s the answer. There’s a whole lotta relephants in a circus.
(The Marx Brothers, Duck Soup, 1933).