Coleman: Could I offer either of you two gents a wee jolt of Irish whiskey to usher in the new year? Clarence Beeks: Not for me, pal. Billy Ray: I do not drink. It is against my religion. Coleman: I always say, "religion is a fine thing taken in moderation."
Coleman, dressed as a priest, enters the train cabin with a flask in his hand. He sits next to Billy Ray, who's disguised as an African student.