Scampi: Do I look worried to you?
Peter: This is my favourite time of year.
Scampi: Yeah, right.
Peter: It is.
Scampi: I know.
Peter: Then why? Actually, forget it.
Scampi: ‘Tis forgotten.
Peter: I’m glad you’re not fiddling around with that compass.
Scampi: Oh really?
Peter: I found it tiresome.
Scampi: Hoity toity.
Scampi: “This is my favourite time of year.” “I hate your compass.”
Peter: You’re being rude.
Scampi: Oh, that’s rich.
Peter: Excuse me?
Peter: Are you tired?
Peter: Maybe you need to take a nap.
Scampi: You can’t tell me what to do.
Peter: Not to push the idiomatic envelope here,
Scampi: I’ll push your envelope.
Scampi: Also, badness.
Scampi: Is this a lecture on moral philosophy?
Peter: Why do you ask?
Scampi: Because if it is, I’m leaving.
Peter: Well, that is your choice.
Peter: Why are you looking at me like that?
Scampi: I’m not actually leaving. Peter.
Peter: Oh. I see.
Scampi: I wonder if you do.
Scampi: I really do. I wonder all the time.
Peter: You are certainly full of questions.
Scampi: What’s that supposed to mean?
Scampi: Oh. Right.
Scampi: Do you –
Scampi: I mean.
Scampi: I mean, have you ever do you?
Peter: This is very frustrating.
Scampi: What? What is?
Peter: The way you are speaking.
Scampi: I’m just trying. To say.
Peter: I am loathe to make this request in light of how unlikely it is that you will honour it. However: please explain yourself.
Scampi: I am, I am. I just want to know what you think about bravery.
Peter: As a quality?
Scampi: No, as a book title.
Peter: I suppose this could be a book by Tom Clancy.
Scampi: Peter. I mean, are we brave?
Scampi: Are you?
Peter: I don’t know.
Scampi: Like, are you scared?
Peter: Right now?
Peter: There’s no need to sound so surprised.
Scampi: How else am I supposed to register my surprise? Eh?
Scampi: So you aren’t scared. You’re like, ready.
Peter: For what?
Scampi: The eventualities.
Scampi: Of like, existence. Or whatever.
Scampi: I’m not worried. You said.
Peter: I did?
Scampi: Are we brave, Peter?
Peter: I don’t know. I don’t understand the question.
Scampi: I want to be.
Peter: I see.
Scampi: But I don’t know how.