Indy Clause to half-asleep spouse: I have a question.
DP: What time is it?
Indy (avoiding the issue of whether or not the sun is over the horizon): It’s a serious question.
Indy: Um, do you think it might be, I mean, would you read my memoir?
DP in his best movie voice: Noooooooooooooo!
Indy: Be serious. This is important.
DP: I don’t mean it.
Indy to self: I’ll bet you do, but I’m going to ignore that for now.
Indy to DP: Don’t you want to know what I said about you?
DP: There’s only so many times you can read about how great you are.
Indy: Eye roll
Indy to DP: You can do it over winter break. I mostly need to know if there is enough dramatic tension. And you’re really good at plot and figuring out if there is enough dramatic tension. [Flattery always works, right?]
DP: Save your drama for your (memoir about your daddy and) mama.