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[Reading his poem to Lucy
] 'Dan' Leeson
: For you, my little prairie flower / I'm thinking of you every hour / It would make my life divine / if you would change your name to mine.
: Well, I guess a man's best friend is his mother.
: Glad to know you. Jerry Warriner
: Well, how can you be glad to know me? I know how I'd feel if I was sitting with a girl and her husband walked in. Lucy Warriner
: I'll bet you do.
: [to Lucy
] Mr. Leeson's a neighbor of ours. He lives just across the hall, with his mother. Isn't that what you said, with your mother? 'Dan' Leeson
: That's right, with my mother. We're here on a visit. I'm in oil, you know. Aunt Patsy
: Marinated, so to speak.
: Are you sure you don't like that fella? Lucy Warriner
: Like him? You saw the way I treated him, didn't you? 'Dan' Leeson
: That's what I mean. Back on my ranch, I got a little red rooster and a little brown hen and they fight all the time too, but every once in a while they make up again and they're right friendly.
: I certainly learned about women from you. Aunt Patsy
: [handing him the letter Lucy intended to break up with him in
] Here's your diploma.