Pierce: Hey, I have a question. Why is Harrison always in charge of these meetings?
Harrison: Because I was the first President to die in office. It’s sort of an honorary thing.
Pierce: But you were only President for, what, a month? You guys make fun of my presidency, but what did he actually do?
Hayes: Well…he did have a catchy campaign song. (Singing) “Tippecanoe and Tyler, too. Yes, Tippecanoe and Tyler, too…”
Everyone (except Pierce): “And with them we’ll beat little Van, Van. Van is a used up man. And with them we’ll beat little Vaaaaaaaan!”
Fillmore: (Sighing) That’ll be stuck in my head for a week.
Hayes: Has anyone seen President Van Buren lately? He used to come to these meetings all the time.
Harrison: He had told me that he was feeling a bit over-committed. After all, he’s pretty active in the Forgotten Vice-Presidents group and the One-Term Wonders Club. I think he’s also planning to start a group for presidents who speak Dutch. But as he is the only one qualified, I can’t see how that can go anywhere.
Pierce: So you like Harrison’s campaign song. Fine. No one can top my campaign slogan though.
Hayes: “We Polked you in ’44. We shall Pierce you in ’52…” Okay, I’ll give you that one.
Fillmore: Yeah, it’s pretty clever.
Pierce: Thank you! Now can I leave this group?
Everyone (except Pierce): NO!
Harrison: (Rubbing his temples) Can we please continue with this meeting before my head explodes?
Fillmore: That’s what Lincoln said. Hey-oh!
(Fillmore and Hayes laugh and exchange fist bumps.)
Hayes: Well played, Mr. President.
Fillmore: Thank you, Mr. President.
Harrison: (Mumbling) What did I do to deserve this?