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: [to Vaughan and Karl
] Hey! I said get out of my house! That goes for cocksuckers and retards! Now get up off your asses'n go! Go on! Linda
: This is not your house, Doyle. This is my house and I decide who goes and who stays. You got a house, why don't you get some of your girlfriends and go home to it? Doyle
: You know better than to talk to me like that when I'm hurtin', Linda. Don't make me knock the piss outta you. Vaughan Cunningham
: Don't you touch her. Doyle
: That's funny, Vaughan. Linda, go to bed and take little snot-nose here with you. Linda
: You're not staying here tonight. Go get sober before you come back, I'm tired of my child seeing this. Now you get your ass straight or I'll lock your ass out of my life for good. Doyle
: If you even think about leaving me, Linda, I told you: I'm gonna kill you deader than a door nail. Linda
: That might be better than this. Vaughan Cunningham
: All right, I'm a witness. I heard you threatening her. Doyle
: Hey, you get the
: fuck out now!
: I don't reckon you have to go with women to be a good daddy to a boy. You been real square-dealin' with me. The Bible says two men ought not lay together. But I don't reckon the Good Lord would send anybody like you to Hades. That Frank, he lives inside of his own heart. That's an awful big place to live in. You take good care of that boy.
] Vaughan Cunningham
: I will. Karl?
: You always seem to be deep in thought. Tell me, what are you thinking right now? Karl
: I was thinkin', I'm gonna take me some of these taters home with me. Vaughan Cunningham
: How about before that? Karl
: Well, let me think... I was thinkin' I could use me another couple cans'o that potted meat if ya got any extree.
: I'm just going to say it. I'm gay. Does that surprise you that I'm gay? You know what gay is, don't you? Karl
: I don't reckon. Vaughan Cunningham
] Homosexual. I like men sexually. Karl
: Not funny 'ha-ha', funny queer. Vaughan Cunningham
: Well that's a very offensive way to put it. You shouldn't say that. You were taught that, weren't you? Karl
: I've heard it said that a-way.
: I don't understand. Morris
: Exactly the point, my young level-headed friend. Vaughan Cunningham
: I don't get it. Morris
: Well, I rest my case.
: Frank's always after a father figure and Lord knows Doyle ain't one with his mean ass. Vaughan Cunningham
: What about me? Linda
: Frank doesn't really see you as a guy-guy. Vaughan Cunningham
: Oh, and Karl's a guy-guy?
: Please don't tell anybody at the store that Albert was here. You know how this town is. Everybody spreads cruel rumors. Melinda
: You mean about you and Albert being that way...? I think everybody at the store already knows about it. Maureen Ledbetter told the most awful story about why you ain't allowed at the First Baptist Church no more.
: Hey, Vaughan, I heard you been putting it on ol' Albert Sellers who works over at the funeral home. Vaughan Cunningham
: I know Albert. We're friends. Doyle
: No, I heard you're more than friends. I heard Dick Rivers come in there and caught the two of you all bowled up and going at it in the same room with poor Miss Ogletree, her dead as a doornail laid out on a gurney. Vaughan Cunningham
: That is ridiculous. That is just a total lie.
: Listen, everyone, I've had a few glasses of wine and that tends to make me emotional. It came over me in a rush. I just want you to know that I care about each and every person at this table. Linda
: Thank you, Vaughan. We care about you too, don't we? Melinda
: Yes. Karl
: Yes, Sir.
] We don't got no Goddamn band! We don't need to fucking practice, Randy! We don't no shit-ass manager neither! You motherfuckers! You all are a bunch of losers! I'm the only sane son-of-a-bitch here! So get the *fuck* out of my house now! Vaughan Cunningham
: It's not your house, Doyle, it's Linda's. Doyle
: I'll whip the dog shit out of you, Vaughan. I will
: fucking kill you if you talk to me again!
: [about potted meat
] They aren't moving too well, but I'll tell you what, I'll give a couple cans free to the right kid. Frank
: I don't like potted meat. Daddy used to say they was made out of lips, peckers and intestines. Linda
: Frank, don't talk that way.
: Who's that strange looking man? He follow you in here?
: [Doyle, Vaughan and Karl are in Doyle's truck going to get beer
] Not that you two afflicted sumbitches know anything about this, you're sitting in a crew-cab duallie pickup. In some circles, this is considered a piece of automotive art. Vaughan Cunningham
: Are you sure you can drive? You've really had alot of alcohol. Doyle
: When you been drinking as long as me, Vaughan, you build up a tolerance. Here,
[hands off his beer can
: hide that between your legs for me. Monty Johnson
: [the truck picks up speed
] Hey Doyle, slow the fuck down!