MIKE: Oh, that's right. You got a question about animals, ask the Indian. We've got a spiritual connection to nature, huh? Ancient wisdom handed down from our forefathers. How come nobody ever asks me about the stock market?
RON [whispers]: I don't know.
MIKE: Okay, so the wolf is a majestic creature known as much for its cunning as for its savage beauty. It's a very misunderstood animal.
MIKE: Oh, sure. Native people have been doing it for thousands of years.
MIKE: You bet. Works out great. Right up to the time they turn.
MIKE: Yeah. One day they're your best friend. Then all of a sudden [snaps fingers]--they go feral. Rip your throat out. Happens every time.
RON: Every time?
MIKE: Well, not--yeah, every time.
[Ron runs off to save the boys.]
MIKE: Hey, did you see Project Runway last night? Jillian is totally out of control.
I might've undercut the stereotype a little more. Maybe with something like this:
MIKE: Are you kidding? Those dirty fleabags are dangerous. No, I read about 'em in the National Geographic.
I believe Mike's advice about wolves is reasonably accurate. You can try to domesticate a wolf, and sometimes it'll take. But they may turn on you at any time.
For more on the subject, see Michael Horse in Sons of Tucson and TV Shows Featuring Indians.