Kelso: Hello there. The land registry office, where is it
Receptionist: Just up the stairs.
Kelso: Thanks. I'd like to see the company details of the Suburban Redevelopment Fund.
Male: Certainly, sir. Just this way.
Kelso: All those Suburban sons of bitches ought to be listed in here. Courtney, for God sake. What has he got to do with this? I'd like information on a plot of land.
Male: Okay. Do you have the address?
Kelso: Not exactly. It's a new lot. I have the coordinates, 34 degrees, 4 minutes, 29 seconds north; 118 degrees, 17 minutes, 58 seconds west.
Male: All right, That makes it a bit more difficult. Come with me. I believe that is in the Wilshire area, here.
Kelso: 34 degrees, 4 minutes, 29 seconds north; 118 degrees, 17 minutes, 58 seconds west. The lot number is 1876988.
Male: Unfortunately, that is just the beginning. We have at least a million lot numbers in the Los Angeles area. The registration are in alphabetical order. You need to convert your lot number to a letter.
Kelso: How do I do that?
Male: Over here. Use this adding machine. There are 90,000 entries to a book. So divide your lot number by 90,000.
Kelso: 1876988, divided by...
Male: 90,000, yes.
Kelso: One million eight hundred seventy six thousand nine hundred and eight eight divided by ninety thousand. Twenty.
Male: A start at zeros, so you want to add one to your number.
Jack: Twenty one.
Male: That number is your letter of the alphabets. Once you have the letter, find the right aisle and you are in business.
Kelso: You do this everyday? Let's see what this site is worth to them. 1876988. The book value is $350. With the new home in place, the improved value of the property is $3,500. They can make a killing. But how do the pull it of?
Earle: Know why I plumped for the Caddy? The extra trunk space.
Kelso: One thing you learn in the war boys. You do your talking once the smoke clears.