In the roundup for "Be Able To Declare and Use Nested Classes" we say "such as calling new Outer.new Inner()"
I never seem to do this often enough to remember the syntax, so I am glad you guys agree that it may never stop looking weird.
But having recently reviewed the chapter I realized it should say:
"such as calling new Outer().new Inner()"
I just confirmed it by writing a quick test
case as well.