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[after Peggy tells her parents that they never had any trouble in their relationship
] Milly Stephenson
: "We never had any trouble." How many times have I told you I hated you and believed it in my heart? How many times have you said you were sick and tired of me; that we were all washed up? How many times have we had to fall in love all over again?
: I've made up my mind. Al Stephenson
: Good girl. Milly Stephenson
: To do what? Peggy Stephenson
: I'm going to break that marriage up! I can't stand it seeing Fred tied to a woman he doesn't love and who doesn't love him. Oh, it's horrible for him. It's humiliating and it's killing his spirit. Somebody's got to help him.
: What do you think of the children? Al Stephenson
: Children? I don't recognize 'em. They've grown so old. Milly Stephenson
: I tried to stop them, to keep them just as they were when you left, but they got away from me.
: You're crazy. Al Stephenson
: No. Too sane for my own good.
: We don't need to worry about that child. She can take care of herself. Milly Stephenson
: That's what she thinks.
: You'll probably have to make a speech. Al Stephenson
: It's my plan to meet that situation by getting plastered.