and l guess l jumped
to the conclusion...

that this was
a bachelor's household.

lt is, and then again,
it isn't.

l will explain...
so everything will be
quite clear, Mrs. Wallace...

EVERYONE: Mrs. Warren.
Mrs. Warren.
lt has been a bachelor's
household for quite some time,

and it will be again
just as soon as l'm out of here,

which will be as quickly
as l can make arrangements...

to take my daughter
back east with me.

You see, she's coming home
from school in a few days,

and then we'll be
off together,

and you can return to
conducting yourself...

as you consider proper
in a bachelor's household.

Shut up!
Until then, l am mistress
in this house,

and l will give the orders.
(Kate giving orders)
You gonna let her? Ain't you
gonna say nothing, boss?

KATE: Oh, G.W., as soon as
my things are put away,

l want to talk to you
about Rebecca.

G. W: Yes, Mrs. McLintock.
lndeed, Mrs. McLintock.

Of course, Mrs. McLintock.
The toast... lightly browned
and unbuttered.

Of course, ma'am.
Wait a minute now, Boss, where
do you think you're going?

G. W: l just remembered
l got a date.

DRAGO: But she said she want to
have a talk with you.

G. W: l heard.
(Door opens and closes)
G. W: Good evening, Lem.
LEM: Good evening, Mr. Mac.
Say, Mr. Mac, what does
unprepossessing mean?

G. W:
l was called that once, Lem.

Looked it up in the dictionary.
lt's best you don't know
what it means.

LEM: Uh-huh. Thank you.

DRAGO: Hey, what
am l going to tell her...

when she asks where you went?
G. W: When in doubt,
tell the truth.