Down in the Basement:
Heinkel: We’re looking for rosaries.
Enrico: This is the dealer’s room? It’s full of junk.
Heinkel: But it’s CHEAP junk. And usually hard to find. Like, check that out!
Enrico: …Is that the Shourd of Turin?
Definition Corner: The Shroud of Turin is a piece of cloth bearing the impression of a crucified man and thought by some to be the burial shroud of Jesus, although radiocarbon dating suggests that it is a fake.