They're eating potato chips.

I saw you dancing with Veronica.
Yup. We danced the night away.
You two hit it off.
I think she stole my heart.
How sweet.
Did you dance with John?
No. He had to leave for an emergency call.
That's a shame.
Oh, here's another anonymous message.
Let's hear it.
Come again?
I'll let you know tomorrow.
These are good.

KA: I have no idea what she said, what I said.
K: At the end.
KA: Yeah.
K: "I'll let you know tomorrow?"
KA: Oh, okay. Yeah.
K: Is that what she said or what you said.
KA: She was eating potato chips. "I'll let you know tomorrow" Yes.
K: So tomorrow we'll know.
KA: Oh, we shall know. How exciting! What's your guess? Let's hear it.
K: I think it's going to be from John.
J: Me too.
K: But would he divulge his name?
KA: I don't know.
K: He's a very modest guy. Shy?
KA: Yes.
J: Do you think that if they get together they'll hit it off?
KA: I do because she has a crush on him.
K: Well, it has to be him. Have you ever had an anonymous message from someone?
KA: Not that I can remember.
K: I mean Valentine's.
KA: Valentine's, yeah, no. I don't think so.
J: Yes I have.
KA: Wow.
J: Secret Valentine.
KA: Secret.
J: I can't remember what the message said but yes I have. I've had a secret Valentine.
K: Oh wow.
J: And I've been one.
KA: You've been one. What does that mean?
J: Well, it means that I sent a secret message because I was too shy.
KA: What did your message say?
J: I can't remember. It's been so long.
KA: I bet it said "Roses are red. Violets are blue."
J: I was still in school, so "I really like you. Do you like me?" She's like "I don't know who you are."
KA: Oh Jeff.
K: It's very sweet.
KA: Very sweet.
J: So Ken, in your younger days, when you were in school, whatever, did you have a secret admirer, secret Valentine?
K: I once wrote a Valentine's message to myself.
KA: Oh, what did it say?
K: Roses are red. Violets are blue. Sugar is sweet. And I am too.

KA: That's all for today.
J: Thank you for listening
KA&J: And see you next time. Bye.