Patricia and Terry have turned on their roommate, Marjorie, and are
Start: Raul: I use it for work. (Pause.) I cut open boxes in a warehouse.
Marjorie: Cut boxes, eh?
Marjorie: I thought you didn’t have a job.
[... … …]
End: Raul: … And maybe if I could have a little radio so’s I could listen the ball game so it won’t be so quiet because I hate the quiet because the dark, I don’t care, but the quiet, please don’t let it be quiet.
Marjorie: (Long pause.) I think you should go get … help.
For the full extended scene, refer to the script listed here: Mastrosimone, William. Extremities. In Collected Plays, Smith and Straus, New York, NY. pp. 142-144.
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