Earl Sinclair: Now here’s a man, walks into a post office in Shaker Heights, pulls out a gun, shoots everybody, then turns the gun on himself and shoots himself. You don’t think that’s terrible?
Loretta Sinclair: Of course I think it’s terrible.
Earl Sinclair: Hmm.
Loretta Sinclair: But where we live, that kind of shooting happen every day, but nobody be on the news and in the paper talking about what a tragedy it is.
Finn: Oh, look at that!
Anna: I never liked full moons. They give people an excuse to do foolish things.
Finn: Well, I’m young. I’m supposed to do foolish things.
Anna: And spend the rest of your life paying for them?
Finn: Well, it’s better than spending the rest of my life wondering what I missed.
Anna: I’d rather wonder than kick myself.
Finn: I’d rather kick myself.
Anna: Fine. You will end up with a deeply sore backside.