Paul : Yeah, well, as you know, I really don't like to hunt. [ That's okay! ] But I only came because my sister twisted my arm .[ Ah, that's okay! ] I didn't realize I was marrying into a family of hunters.
Dan : Shh. Quiet. I can see some deer down there, I think. You'll scare the deer away. They have a great sense of hearing and smell, so we have to remain out of sight .
Paul : Well, as you know, I really don't eat much meat . . .
Dan : You don't have to eat it. I'll take care of that. Just get ready. As soon as the sun comes up in a few minutes, you can often see the deer down in that meadow. You see that stream down there. [ Yeah. ]We just need to quietly get a little closer.
Paul : Uh, Dan. How about if I just wait here and watch, you know, watch our stuff?
Dan : No, man. We'll have a better chance at bagging a deer if we're together.
Dan : Are you crazy? Here. Take these shells and load your rifle. Taken 'em. Take 'em.
Paul : Uh. [cough, cough, cough . .] Hey deer. If you're out there, run!
Dan : What are you doing? Cut it out ! There's a huge deer now. Ah, he's mine! Watch this!
Paul : Run, Bambi.
Dan : [Bang, bang, bang.]
What did you do that for?
Paul : Yes, [looking confused . . .] Why are you reloading? They're gone.
Dan : Stand around here for much longer, and you'll see. Any last words?