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LORRIE
C'mon, slow poke. I'll race you!
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LORRIE
Ha! So you beat me. Do you have to be so smug?
MARK MCCAIN
I didn't say anything.
LORRIE
Well, you were thinking it.
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LORRIE
Do you ever wonder what your wife will be like... I mean, when you get married?
MARK MCCAIN
I suppose so.
LORRIE
Well, what would she be like?
MARK MCCAIN
Real pretty and a good cook.
LORRIE
Oh, Mark, can't you ever be serious? You think that's all there is to marriage?
MARK MCCAIN
No, not really. There's a lot more.
LORRIE
Like what?
MARK MCCAIN
Well, Pa and I was talkin' about it once - talkin' about my mother. I'll never forget what he said - he said they were more than just in love... they were friends.
LORRIE
I don't think I understand.
MARK MCCAIN
Well, he meant that she was someone he could talk to - 'bout his troubles... 'bout anything.
LORRIE
Like us, Mark.
MARK MCCAIN
Sure, like us. We can talk...
MARK MCCAIN
You better look for those arrowhead if you plan on gettin' any.
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OLD TONY
I guess I been alone too long. I forgot how to get along with people.
LUCAS MCCAIN
You made a good start towards remembering today, Tony.
OLD TONY
Kids gettin' in trouble... trackin' mud all over the house. Didn't even remember to bring the flints they promised me.
LORRIE
I lost all the good ones in the swamp, but we'll come back again - won't we, Mark?
OLD TONY
Ha! So you'll be going to come back to see me, huh? I didn't even ask ya! Next thing ya know, they'll be wantin' me to take them to the fancy hotel and buy them supper.
LUCAS MCCAIN
When that time comes, Tony, the supper's going to be on me - and I hope it will be soon.
OLD TONY
Hey, what are you sittin' there for? You said the guitar needed tuning. Well, go ahead - tune it up!