Rosalynn Jeffries: They're talkin' crap about you again, David. This time I'm gonna record them so you can hear it yourself. <Quiet movement>
Margie McClintock: I know, Harland, I know. But what are we going to do? David's... not a very reasonable man.
Harland McClintock: You saw what he did, Margie! He killed those innocent people who came to help us. He killed them in cold blood! And for what? A few measly supplies?
Frederick Rivers: The man's defied you at every turn. He does what he wants. The people chose you to lead them, not that blowhard!
Margie McClintock: Lower your voice, Harland. You don't need to yell at me.
Harland McClintock: I'm sorry, dear. You're right. I just... I don't know what to do anymore. I don't want to live like this, like some sort of...
Margie McClintock: Like some sort of savages? I know, don't worry. We'll deal with it. I'll hold a trial with the aim to exile him for his crimes.
Harland McClintock: And if he chooses not to participate in this trial, what then? You're aware more and more people are starting to side with him, right?
Margie McClintock: Not everyone is willing to follow a foolish madman. Trust me, Harland. Reason will win out in the end.
Harland McClintock: I'll tell you. I'm inclined to go over there and give him a piece of my mind.
Margie McClintock: Now Harland, dear, don't do anything stupid...
Harland McClintock: Oh you know me, I'm just upset is all. It might just be pissin' into the wind, but I'm still going to talk with him. I'll be civil. Promise.