Did you know that in France there is no such thing as the Easter Bunny? Every Spring when Easter's on its way, Pascal and I start the grand Bells versus Bunnies debate. It goes something like this:
FRANCE: This Easter Bunny ees so reediculous! Only zee Americans would think of a bunny to bring eggs and candy to the little cheeldren. This makes no sense!
SOUTH: Oh really? Well, who brings chocolate and Easter eggs to the children in France?
FRANCE: Zee church bells, of course!
SOUTH: What? You're telling me that in France, the church bells are responsible for bringing baskets and goodies to the children on Easter morning?
FRANCE: Yes, but of course!
SOUTH: And you don't think THAT's ridiculous? That's way less plausible then the Easter Bunny!
FRANCE: Non....why do you say this?
SOUTH: Well, Pascal, at least the Easter Bunny has legs! Bells can't even walk!
FRANCE: This ees true, but I still say "Vive la France and cook zee little rabbit so you can eat him with a deelicious cream sauce."
And so, the debate rages on. Meanwhile, Charlene wishes you a "Happy Easter" and Pascal says "Bon Appetit!"