Clark: "You're pretty set so far as shopping goes?"
Eddie: "Well, I can't lie to you Clark. The truth is, things ain't going too good at all. You know I told you I borrowed the RV from my neighbor? Nope. It's mine. We live in it. I had to sell off the house, the barn, the ten acres. All I kept was a 50-foot plot, the pigs and the worm farm. If only I had back the money that me and Cathrine sent that TV preacher that was screwing the hockey players."
Clark: "What about the kids?"
Eddie: "His kids can fend for themselves. I don't even..."
Clark: "No, your kids."
Eddie: "Oh, well, that's the bitch of it. Se, I don't know what to do. We coasted into town on fumes. The gas money give out in Gurnee. "
Clark: "Eddie, Ellen and I want to help you give the kids a nice Christmas."
Eddie: "Oh Clark, I couldn't do that."
Clark: "No, no, we insist."
Eddie: "Oh, no; I'm not one for charity, now."
Clark: "Oh, I know that Eddie. This isn't charity; it's family."
Eddie: "Ooh, I don't know about that."
Clark: "Now, come on; if you don't tell me what they want, I,ll go out and get it on my own."
Eddie: "Oh boy, this is a surprise Clark. This is just a real nice surprise. Just a real nice surprise. Here's a little list. Alphabetical, starting with Cathrine. And if it wouldn't be too much, I'd like to get something for you Clark. Something really nice."