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CARLA JEAN MOSS
You don't have to do this.
ANTON CHIGURH
[smiles] People always say the same thing.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
What do they say?
ANTON CHIGURH
They say, "You don't have to do this."
CARLA JEAN MOSS
You don't.
ANTON CHIGURH
Okay. [Chigurh flips a coin and covers it with his hand] This is the best I can do. Call it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
I knowed you was crazy when I saw you sitting there. I knowed exactly what was in store for me.
ANTON CHIGURH
Call it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
No. I ain't gonna call it.
ANTON CHIGURH
Call it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
The coin don't have no say. It's just you.
ANTON CHIGURH
Well, I got here the same way the coin did.
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
What's in the satchel?
LLEWELYN MOSS
It's full of money.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
[sarcastically] Yeah, that'll be the day.
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
I got a bad feeling, Llewelyn.
LLEWELYN MOSS
Well I got a good feeling, so that should even out.
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CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
And I always seen this is what it would come to. Three years ago I pre-visioned it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
It ain't even three years we been married.
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
Three years ago I said them very words. No and Good.
CABBIE AT BUS STATION
Yes ma'am.
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
Now here we are? Ninety degree heat. I got the cancer. And look at this. Not even a home to go to.
CABBIE AT BUS STATION
Yes ma'am .
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
We're goin to El Paso Texas. You know how many people I know in El Paso Texas?
CABBIE AT BUS STATION
No ma'am.
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
[She holds up thumb and forefinger curled to make an O] That's how many. Ninety degree heat.
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
[the cab is stopped outside the depot. Carla Jean and her mother and the driver are at the trunk struggling over bags] I got it Mama.
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
I didn't see my Prednisone.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
I put it in, Mama.
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
Well I didn't see it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Well I put it in. That one. You just set there. I'll get tickets and a cart for the bags.
WELL DRESSED MEXICAN
[as Carla Jean goes to the station a man emerges from a car pulled up behind. He is a well-dressed Mexican of early middle age] Do you need help with the bags, madam?
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
Well thank god there's one gentleman left in West Texas. Yes thank you. I am old and I am not well.
WELL DRESSED MEXICAN
Which bus are you taking?
CARLA JEAN'S MOTHER
We're going to El Paso don't ask me why. Discombobulated by a no-account son-in-law. Thank you. You don't often see a Mexican in a suit.
WELL DRESSED MEXICAN
You go to El Paso? I know it. Where are you staying?
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
Llewelyn?
LLEWELYN MOSS
Yeah?
CARLA JEAN MOSS
What are you doing, baby?
LLEWELYN MOSS
I'm going out.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Going where?
LLEWELYN MOSS
There's something I forgot to do, but I'll be back.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
And what are you going to do?
LLEWELYN MOSS
I'm fixin' to do something dumber than hell, but I'm going anyways.
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
I ain't got the money. What little I had is long gone, and there's bills aplenty to pay yet. I buried my mother today. Can't pay for that neither.
ANTON CHIGURH
I wouldn't worry about it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
I need to sit down.
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
Where'd you get the pistol?
LLEWELYN MOSS
At the gettin' place.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Did you buy that gun?
LLEWELYN MOSS
No. I found it.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Llewelyn!
LLEWELYN MOSS
What? Quit hollerin'.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
What'd you give for that thing?
LLEWELYN MOSS
You don't need to know everything, Carla Jean.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
I need to know that.
LLEWELYN MOSS
You keep runnin' that mouth I'm gonna' take you in the back and screw ya'.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Big talk.
LLEWELYN MOSS
Keep it up.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Fine. I don't wanna' know. I don't even wanna' know where you been all day.
LLEWELYN MOSS
That'll work.
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CARLA JEAN MOSS
What're you goin to do?
LLEWELYN MOSS
I'm fixin' to do somethin' dumbern' hell but I'm goin' anyways. If I don't come back, tell Mother I love her.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Your mother's dead, Llewelyn.
LLEWELYN MOSS
Well, then I'll tell her myself.
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LLEWELYN MOSS
If I don't come back, tell mother I love her.
CARLA JEAN MOSS
Your mother's dead, Llewelyn.
LLEWELYN MOSS
Well then I'll tell her myself.