At the Pakistan Tea House restaurant in Manhattan, Hockenberry asks the staff behind the counter about the new Pakistani Prime Minister, Yousaf Raza Gilani. He hopes to get some comments, a pause for reflection, and also the lamb special with some great naan.
The conversation quickly turned from discussion about President Bush's visit with Prime Minister Gilani to that of the former Prime Minister, Pervez Musharraf.
Hockenberry says, "Musharraf is very popular here. The new prime minister is somewhat of an unknown quantity. And if he is an unknown quantity [in the Pakistani restaurant], then it should be an interesting meeting between Bush and the new Pakistani Prime Minister."