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Frank: You know, the fact is, though, that I trusted our relationship enough to think that this thing would not upset her.
Laura: What does that mean? I don't understand.
Frank: That means that I trusted that you would realize that my motives could only be benign and that I should be forgiven.
Laura: I've forgiven you.
Dave: Did you ever read Knots, by Laing?
Dave: Well this sounds like a perfect Knot. He said to her, "I'm going to catch you talking when you don't know it on a tape and play it back to you, and it will be all right, won't it? And you'll say, 'Of course,' won't you? Because if you don't, you'll be revealing a weakness one way or the other." She said, "It's not all right, dear, as a matter of fact, it really bothers me." And he said, "Why, don't you trust me?" Laing has got this one down.
Frank: Yeah, but Laing wouldn't have put it quite that way. He would have put it all in twenty words or less.
Jean: Well, he would have edited it.
Frank: Yeah, he would have edited it. Right. He would have said...
Jean: He would have...
Frank: You don't trust me because I wanted you to trust me when I was not trustworthy.
Dave: Ho, ho. That's good though.
Jean: It is good, but is it true?