In this scene from Almost, Maine, entitled “They Fell”, best friends
Start: Chad: I believe you, I’m just sayin’ --
Randy: It was bad, Chad. Bad!
Chad: I hear ya, but --
Randy: But you’re not listenin’, Chad: It was bad!
End: Chad: Yeah --
Randy: Yeah! And that’s a thing you don’t mess with! And you messed with it! And you don’t do that! ‘Cause, you know somethin’, you’re about the only thing that feels really good and makes sense in this world to me, too, and then you go and foul it up by doin’ this [falling down], and tellin’ me that [that you’ve fallen in love with me], and now it just doesn’t make any sense at all! And it doesn’t feel good! You’ve done a real number on a good thing here, buddy, ‘cause we’re friends, and there’s a line when you’re friends that you can’t cross! And you crossed it!
Cariani, John. Almost, Maine. Dramatists Play
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