In the meantime Bey is content to wander through Hefner's fabulous fantasy fortress. "This place is something else!" he fairly shouts. But Bey is not really at home here. When he spies Robin Williams down the hall, he looks relieved. The two trade punches like old pals.
"He seems much too nice and gentle to be a boxer," says Williams. But he's reluctant to come right out and say that Bey embodies the greater virtues of Pop-eye. "There is no greater virtue than Pop-eye's," Williams says. "He's honest, straightforward and upstanding; he yam what he yam, and he is what he is."
"What he means, Jack," interjects Bey, "is that I be what I be."