'Yeah, yeah, I know. But say I hadn't seen it and I said to you, "I haven't seen Reservoir Dogs yet" , what would you think?'
'I'd think, you're a sick man. And I'd feel sorry for you.'
'No, but would you think, from that one sentence, that I was going to see it?'
'I'd hope you were, yeah, otherwise I would have to say the you're not a friend of mine.'
'I'm sorry, Rob, but I'm struggling here. I don't understand any part of this conversation. You're asking me what I'd think if you told me that you hadn't seen a film that you've seen. What am I supposed to say?'
'Just listen to me. If I said to you—'
—'"I haven't seen Reservoir Dogs yet," yeah, yeah, I hear you—'
'Would you ... would you get the impression that I wanted to see it?'
Well ... you couldn't have been desperate, otherwise you'd have already gone.'
'Exactly. We went first night, didn't we?'
'But the word "yet" ... yeah, I'd get the impression that you wanted to see it. Otherwise you'd say you didn't fancy it much.'
'But in your opinion, would I definitely go?'
him obsessing over Laura saying that he hadn't slept with Ian yet