In which Jerry uses a figure of speech:
Bud's sitter has dropped him off at my office. We have packed our things and are heading out. My colleague Jerry meets us at the door.
"Hey, Bud," Jerry says.
"Hey, Jerry," Bud replies.
"You going home?"
"Yup. We're going home."
"What's for dinner tonight?"
"I don't know," says Bud, turning to me. "What's for dinner tonight, Mom?"
"Well," I say, "we have some of that chicken left over."
"Okay! Chicken!" says Bud.
"You're easy to please," says Jerry.
"Oh, yeah," replies Bud, appreciatively. Then he turns to me and corrects himself. "Okay, chicken, please."