l... l'm, uh, learning
the game of chess.

Thought it would give me
something to pass the time.

See, l have nothing
to do all day long.

l... uh...
l just remembered something.
JAKE: Katherine! l didn't
hear you come in.

KATE: Mr. McLintock, l told you
that l wanted to talk to you.

G. W: Not now.
JAKE: Uh, could l get you
a glass of sherry, Katherine?

KATE: Oh, thank you,
Mr. Birnbaum. l could use one.

l came into town
behind a runaway team!

G. W: Drago never
could handle horses.

lt was that young man whose
mother pretends to be your cook!

Katherine, your wine.
Oh, thank you, Mr. Birnbaum.
Now, Mr. McLintock, we have
an awful lot to talk over.

First thing l learned
about lndian fighting...

was to wait for daylight.
And what does our conversation
got to do with lndian fighting?

lndian fighting
is good experience...

for our kind of conversations.
lt'll wait, Katherine.
DEV: Evening, Sheriff,
Mr. McLintock.

We had quite a ride out here.
Oh, l finally got that team
settled down.

G. W: lt's your move.
JAKE: No, it's your move.
l just canceled it.

KATE: Now, look here.
You're not going to sit here
all night long and play chess...

when the matter of our daughter
remains unsettled.

G. W: l am going to
remain here and play chess,

and the matter of our daughter
is settled. She stays.

KATE: Oh, such stubbornness!
JAKE: Katherine.
Your hair.
Oh, it is a mess
after that awful ride.

JAKE: No, no. The tricks
a man's memory will play, uh?

Mr. Birnbaum,
l think that you've...

completely lost your mind.
You have done something
to your hair.

l have not!
lf l had, it would be
none of your business.