[Matti points a shotgun at Billy]
William Bonney: Easy, easy, easy.
Matti Arnold: Don't you easy me!
William Bonney: If that gun makes you as nervous as it does me, ma'am, that thing's just liable to go off.
Matti Arnold: That's right, it could. You saddle drifters are all alike, aren't you? You think you can walk in and take over just 'cause a woman is left alone.
William Bonney: Well, I'll bet saddle drifters don't come around here a second time, do they?
[Billy has just shot Skip when his former friend drew on him when his back was turned]
Skip Farrell: I-I guess we're quits, Billy boy.
William Bonney: Yeah, I guess - seein' as how you meant that for my back.
Matti Arnold: You did it deliberately. You turned your back on him so he'd draw!
William Bonney: No no, wait, Matti! Wait a minute! Will you listen! Skip was sent to prison because he killed a woman. He would have left you for dead just as soon as the money ran out.
Matti Arnold: No, not me! He would have stayed with me!
William Bonney: Maybe for a week.
Matti Arnold: I would have had a week. At least I would have had a week!