With the next-door neighbors, George. How can you never remember the name?
I’m gifted. How did it happen?
You’ll be indoors in two minutes, friends. We’ll make it.
When Mr. Wright offers Mr. Sakkaro a hamburger, Mr. Sakkaro grimaces and turns away. This is ironic because one would think Mr. Sakkaro would accept the kind act or politely decline.
George refers to himself as gifted as being told that he was forgetful of basic names. This is ironic because one would think that if they were gifted, they would have a decent memory.
George says that the Sakkaros were going to make it inside and that it would not last long. However, the audience is able to infer that the Sakkaros will not make it and are unable to withstand the rain.