Don't worry now, I'm gonna get you off these charges. There's a whole lot of other boys out there waitin' for ya. You're gonna have a lot of fun. Boy, we rang the bell, didn't we? I'll say this though, that guy with the deaf maid? He's just lucky he's not dead, too. Course, uh, too bad about your dad...We're gonna have to sit down and talk about that sometime.
Just thought I'd come over and say hello to ya. I'll try anything once....Listen, Holly, you, uh, I don't know, want to take a walk with me?
Aw, I got some stuff to say. Guess I'm kind of lucky that way. Most people don't have anything on their minds, do they? Oh, incidentally, my last name is Carruthers. Sounds a little too much like 'druthers,' huh?
Ah, well, nobody asked me what I thought. They just hung it on me.
You still in school?
Nah, I have a job.
Well, I don't mind getting up early, so I got a job throwing garbage. I'm not in love with the stuff, OK?
I know what my daddy's gonna say...well, that I shouldn't be seen with anybody that collects garbage.
Why did you leave?
I just felt like it.
What kind of work do you think you'd be qualified for? I just gotta get this.
I can't think of anything at the moment. I want you to write me out a slip, though, proving I came down here.
Well, stop the world.
Hey, I quit my job.
It seemed like the right move...Well, I'm gonna work as a cowboy now... or thinking about it. It's a routine, like anything. What do you think?
I don't know.
That way, we'd never forget what happened today.
But it would hurt.
Well, that's the point, stupid.
Don't call me stupid.
OK, but I'm gonna keep it for a souvenir - or maybe one that's lighter.
You know Holly, well, she means an awful lot to me, sir...Look, I got a lot of respect for her, too, sir. That's about as good a one as I know to tell ya.
Well, it's not good enough...I don't want you to hang around any more. I don't want to see you again. Do you understand? You're something.
Listen, maybe we ought to tell somebody about this.
You said that once already. Too late now.