Tommy Pischedda: Excuse me... are you reading "Yes I Can"? Limo Groupie: Yeah, have you read it? Tommy Pischedda: Yeah, by Sammy Davis, Jr.? Limo Groupie: Yeah. Tommy Pischedda: You know what the title of that book should be? "Yes, I Can If Frank Sinatra Says It's OK". 'Cause Frank calls the shots for all of those guys. Did you get to the part yet where uh... Sammy is coming out of the Copa... it's about 3 o'clock in the morning and, uh, he sees Frank? Frank's walking down Broadway by himself... Fuckin' limeys. Marty DiBergi: Well, you know, they're not, uh, used to that world. Tommy Pischedda: Yeah, yeah. Marty DiBergi: You know, Frank Sinatra, it's a different world that they're in. Tommy Pischedda: You know, it's just that people like this... you know... they get all they want so they really don't understand, you know... about a life like Frank's. I mean, when you've loved and lost the way Frank has, then you, uh, you know what life's about.

Tommy, the limo driver strikes up a conversation with one of the bands groupies. It's cut short when they roll the window up on him.