Bill: [after the tornado passes by them at the drive-in movie theater] Honey, it’s Meg. I gotta go.

Melissa: I’m going back.

Bill: Good, good, you’ll be safe at the motel. I’ll see you in the morning.

Melissa: I won’t be there.

Bill: What? Why? What are you saying?

Melissa: I’m saying goodbye.

Bill: No...

Melissa: You know what? I can’t compete with this. I don’t even know where to start.

Bill: Wait, don’t do this now, please.

Melissa: Sooner or later it would have ended, we both know that. The funny thing is...I’m not that upset. What does that mean?

Bill: I never meant for any of this to happen/

Melissa: Oh Billy, I know. It’s okay. You go ahead. She needs you. I hope that Aunt Meg’s okay.

Bill: What about you?

Melissa: Oh, don’t worry about me. I know my way home.”

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