Scampi: [STRETCHES EXPANSIVELY]
Peter: Hey now.
Peter: You might do well to manage your limbs a little more comprehensively.
Scampi: Yes, yes.
Peter: What time is it?
Scampi: I don’t see what that has to do with anything.
Scampi: Do you feel a chill?
Peter: A chill?
Scampi: That’s what I said. In the air.
Peter: Hm. Not really.
Scampi: Not really?
Scampi: I’m going to make some coffee.
Peter: Are you chilly?
Peter: I see.
Scampi: I’m fine.
Peter: I am going to take a walk.
Scampi: You are?
Peter: I am.
Scampi: Right now?
Scampi: There’s no need to sound so – put-upon.
Scampi: Like it’s such a big hassle for you. Talking to me.
Peter: Well, if you’re going to say things like that.
Scampi: I wouldn’t say things like that if you didn’t go around sounding so put-upon.
Peter: I am unfamiliar with this expression.
Peter: I am going to step outside.
Scampi: We are outside.
Peter: We are not.
Scampi: We are!
Peter: This argument is tedious.
Scampi: How could you?
Peter: I shall absent myself.
Scampi: Stop saying that.
PETER STEPS OUTSIDE.
Scampi: We ARE outside!
Scampi: Oh me.
Peter: Is something the matter?
Scampi: I thought you left.
Peter: Momentarily, perhaps.
Scampi: Why would you do that?
Peter: I think you take certain things too seriously.
Scampi: Not true.
Scampi: I am slightly excitable.
Peter: What’s up?
Scampi: Don’t patsy me.
Peter: Excuse me?
Scampi: I can see what you’re doing. Trying to coddle me with the vernacular.
Scampi: Are you laughing at me?
Peter: I am not.
Scampi: I get the feeling it’s autumn. Do you know what I mean?
Peter: It is not.
Scampi: I know.