Scampi: Your nose is shimmering in the heat.
Scampi: It is.
Peter: I feel rather sluggish.
Scampi: Like a slug! Ha.
Peter: Not slug-like.
Scampi: A briny, spotted sluggy.
Peter: As you wish.
Scampi: I wish.
Peter: Do you think my face looks different?
Scampi: If we are apprehended, will you stick up for me?
Peter: Why would we be apprehended?
Scampi: On our grand adventure. Anything is possible.
Peter: I do not believe you need to worry.
Scampi: Famous last words.
Scampi: Would you?
Peter: Be apprehended?
Scampi: Stick up for me. You know, take my side.
Peter: I suppose that would depend on what you had done.
Scampi: What I had done? What’s that supposed to mean?
Peter: Well, I don’t know what you’ve been apprehended for. How do I determine whether or not I will take your part in the debate?
Peter: Excuse me?
Scampi: You’re supposed to be my partner in crime.
Peter: I am not a criminal.
Scampi: Of course not. Neither am I.
Scampi: Maybe we should be more careful.
Peter: In what respect?
Scampi: You know, cover our tracks. That sort of thing.
Peter: We have nothing to hide.
Scampi: Do you think so?
Peter: This is a transparent operation.
Scampi: Oh, so it’s an operation, is it?
Scampi: Well, that’s a comfort.
Scampi: Maybe we could drag leaves behind us when we walk. To cover our footprints in the snow.
Peter: It isn’t snowing.
Scampi: I know. Don’t you think I know that?
Peter: I am unsure.
Scampi: Oh ye of little faith.
Peter: Are you addressing me?
Peter: I cannot recall when last it snowed.
Scampi: So what?
Scampi: I can.
Peter: Oh? And when was it?
Scampi: I’m sure we’d all like to know that. Ho. Ha ha.
Scampi: It snowed in the wintertime. Winter is for snowing.
Peter: Thank you. That was terribly informative.
Scampi: Big, fat flakes. All over your face, and the windows.
Scampi: We wandered into the woods, and were not found.
Scampi: We hid the evidence as we went.
Peter: I do not remember this occasion.
Scampi: It was a secret.