PRINCE: White people are funny, don't you think?
BRANDON: Funny weird or funny ha ha?
PRINCE: I'm not sure what the exact distinction is. I just want to talk about white people.
BRANDON: You have no right to talk about white people. I'm offended.
PRINCE: Hey, this country may belong to you and your kind—what, with your white privilege and all—but I am still free to speak about whatever I wish. It's part of the Constitution. It's part of the soul of the city we were just in. Brush up, honkey.
BRANDON: White people have a different Constitution than Asians. We can drink large quantities of milk, for instance.
PRINCE: Do you want me to go sit on the back of this bus?
BRANDON: No. I just want you to tell me why white people are so funny.
PRINCE: I just find it amusing that you don't recognize the social significance of me sitting here in the middle of the bus. I'm a pioneer. I'm exactly like Rosa Parks. EXACTLY.