Save the neck for me, Clark! While the scene maybe isn't meant to be a universal representation of urban areas like this, it still ends up feeding middle-class fears of the inner-city by showing how wrong Clark's approach can be.
Clark's optimism and cluelessness is at first the butt of the joke, as he doesn't realize how out of place he is.
If I could have found it online, I would have featured it, but no such luck.
Frankly, I found the Vacation reboot to be amusing and enjoyable.
Chevy Chase desperately trying to dance in a cool way with a bologna sandwich is just one of many examples of how he was a master of physical comedy, and the split second when he realizes it's soaked in dog piss is comedy gold.
It has a bit of a sloppy script as far as story progression is concerned, but there are some very big laughs, a few great running gags, solid references to the original movie, and a fantastic performance from Ed Helms, who channels Chevy Chase and his charming naivete the whole way through.