Me: That's the dead Pope.
Larry: Yeah. It is.
Me: Can they DO that? Can they just show the dead Pope on TV like that?
Larry: Yeah, I guess they can.
Me: Without any warning? Just show him lying there in his pointy Pope shoes like that?
Larry: That's what they do.
Me: It's creeping me out.
Larry: It's a Catholic tradition.
Me: Well what about the non-Catholics who are trying to enjoy their vanilla pudding?
Larry: Yeah, there's that.
Me: I don't think that's right that they just put the dead Pope on TV when anyone could be watching. What if little children were in the room?
Larry: Sure. You're right.
Me: You don't really think I'm right, though. I can tell by your voice that you don't.
Larry: You're right.
Me: That you don't think I'm right?
Larry: Yes. I think that if we didn't try to hide death from children and people eating pudding than it wouldn't be so mysterious and scary.
Me: You're right. You're totally right.
Larry: It's a part of life.
Me: But still, you can't eat your pudding can you?
Larry: Not while I'm looking at the dead Pope, no.
Me: Me either.