Alice: Why, as soon as we're married, we're coming directly back here and you're going on with your work... Now once and for all David, nothing must interfere with your work. Our marriage must entail no domestic entanglements of any kind.
David: You mean, you mean—
Alice: I mean of any kind, David.
David: Oh well, Alice, I was sort of hoping — well, you mean children and all that sort of thing?
Alice: Exactly. [Gesturing with a sweep of her hand toward the dinosaur skeleton.] This will be our child.
David: Huh?
Alice: Yes, David. I see our marriage purely as a dedication to your work.
David: Well, gee whiz Alice, everybody has to have a honeymoon and, and...
Alice: We haven't time.
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