TEDDY
I'm trying desperately here to keep us
from becoming a big bunch of nobodies.
And you  -- you act like some kind of
hopped-up nutcase.
Charlie hides his grin. He grabs
Teddy's handkerchief and
unsuccessfully tries to clean Teddy's
painted face.


TEDDY
This is the life. No clock to punch. No
boss breathing down your neck. I
love this. I love being on the road
with you guys. You're my family.
We're all just like brothers. All of us.

CHARLIE
You're old enough to be my old man.

TEDDY
Put a sock in it, Hatfield. I suspect we
don't know how good we got it. We've
got everything we could possibly
want.

HERBERT
Teddy, we're stranded in Cleveland.
TEDDY

I don't know, Charlie. I'm trapped.
In five years half you boys will be
married with kids. Where will I be?

They both face front, crushed at
the realization.

The bus rolls on.