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surprise.wav -- Sir: Come on, you guys,
I've got a surprise for you! (22k)
family.wav -- Andrew: Are you one's family?
Sir: Well, um, I guess so. (67k)
whynot.wav -- Sir: Well, why not? (9k)
dontever.wav -- Sir: Don't ever do that
goodnight.wav -- Sir: Good night, Andrew.
Andrew: It certainly is, Sir.
Sir: No. No, Andrew. The--the correct response to "good night"
is "good night."
Andrew: Good night.
Andrew: You just said "yes."
Andrew: But the correct response to "good night" is "good night.'
Sir: Goodnight, Andrew.
Andrew: Good night, Sir. (243k)
verygood.wav -- Sir: This is... very
hearsomething.wav -- Sir: Did you
hear something? (9k)
property.wav -- Sir: Andrew is not a
person, he's a form of property.
Andrew: One is not a per-rr-rr-rr-rr-rr. <Sir hits Andrew
to reset him.>
Sir: Property is also important. So from now on, as a matter
of principle, in this family, Andrew will be treated as if he were a person.Which
means there will be no more attempts to break him. (240k)
characteristics.wav -- Sir: He
shows a number of characteristics like creativity, curiosity, friendship
that, uh, frankly, have taken us by surprise. (108k)
showyou.wav -- Sir: Now I'd like ot show
you something if I may. (20k)
worksofart.wav -- Sir: These are original
works of art. (24k)
dontunderstand.wav -- Sir: I don't
think I understand. (15k)
wereleaving.wav -- Sir: We're leaving.
individuality.wav -- Sir: There
is no price for individuality. (27k)
cutback.wav -- Sir: You will cut back
on your workload; you can no longer devote yourself entirely to children
and housework. (70k)
unique.wav -- Sir: You're unique. (11k)
responsibility.wav -- Sir: I feel
a responsibility to help you become whatever you're able to be. (45k)
factsoflife.wav -- Andrew: People
actually do this, Sir?
Sir: Well, yes.
Andrew: And married people, one supposes they see it as some
kind of requirement or obligation.
Sir: Well, it <clears throat> it's not exactly an obligation,
Andrew: That's a relief.
Sir: And is the natural and preferable way to conceive children.
Andrew: Sir, of all these millions of sperm, only one makes
Sir: That's true.
Andrew: What happens to the others?
Sir: Well, they die.
Andrew: They die? One feels badly for them.
Sir: Well, one does. But it's completely agreed that it feels
Andrew: For both parties, Sir?
Sir: In an ideal world. So people do it rather frequently.
Andrew: How often, Sir?
Sir: Well, as often as they can, matter of fact.
Sir: At least at first. (665k)
humour.wav -- Sir: It's called humour.
simpler.wav -- Sir: Let's try something
knockknock.wav -- Sir: Knock, knock.
Andrew: Knock, knock?
Sir: No, knock, knock, knock; someone's at the door.
Andrew: Shall one get it, Sir?
Sir: No, no, no. You say "who's there," Andrew.
Andrew: Who's there, Andrew?
Sir: No, just "who's there?"
Andrew: One does not know, Sir. (182k)
chicken.wav -- Sir: Why did the chicken
cross the road?
Andrew: One does not know, Sir. Possibly a predator was behind
the chicken, or possibly there was a female chicken on the other side of
the road if it was a male chicken; possibly a food source, or, depending
on the season, it might be migrating. One hopes there's no traffic.
Sir: To get to the other side.
Andrew: "To get to the other side." Ah. Why is that funny? (284k)
timing.wav -- Sir: Andrew, it was-- it
was fine. But we might want to talk about appropriateness and, um, and
Andrew: It's 10:15, Sir. <the family laughs> (129k)
phase.wav -- Sir: I'm kind of hoping it's
a phase that'll pass. (25k)
sweetheart.wav -- Sir: Sweetheart.
machine.wav -- Sir: You can't invest your
emotions in a machine. (33k)
legal.wav -- Sir: Would that be legal?
mylawyer.wav -- Sir: My lawyer will be
happy to sue you. (28k)
rivet.wav -- Andrew: It is understood that
you will attempt to rivet one.
Sir: Screw, Andrew.
Andrew: Really? (62k)
looksharp.wav -- Sir: You look very
sharp this evening. (15k)
wedding.wav -- Sir: It was a wonderful
wedding, wasn't it? (18k)
recordday.wav -- Sir: Did you record
the day? (14k)
watchit.wav -- Sir: Well, let's watch
it, shall we? (15k)
thingschange.wav -- Sir: Things change.
Things always change. People move on. It's as it should be. (75k)
missing.wav -- Sir: I'll never stop missing
oneis.wav -- Andrew: One is still here.
Sir: And one is glad of that, Andrew. Thank you. (85k)
wanttoleave.wav -- Sir: You want to
leave. That's what this is about, isn't it? (31k)
whyask.wav -- Sir: Why ask for this? (15k)
yourein.wav -- Sir: You're in on this.
free.wav -- Sir: You are free now. (15k)
leavehouse.wav -- Sir: I must ask you
to leave this house. (22k)
freedom.wav -- Sir: You wished for freedom.
You must accept the consequences. (33k)
command.wav -- Sir: I command nothing.
You're free. (49k)
dying.wav -- Andrew: How are you, Sir?
Sir: Well, I'm dying, Andrew. Otherwise, I'm fine. (97k)
wrong.wav -- Sir: I wanted to tell you that
I was wrong.
Andrew: You're never wrong, Sir.
Sir: Then don't contradict me. (104k)
glad.wav -- Sir: You were right to want your
freedom and I'm glad that you have it. (65k)
verygoodtous.wav -- Sir: You were
very good to us.
Andrew: It was an honor serving you, Sir. (64k)
This page was created by Erika Grams. Copyright 2002.
15 January, 2005
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