Caroline: Mary, is something wrong?
Mary: No. Why do you ask?
Caroline: Well, when a mother and daughter have been as close as we have, we tend to notice things about each other that other people wouldn't.
Mary: Oh, it's nothing, really. It's just going to take a little getting used to, Adam's sight, I mean. It's like meeting someone again for the first itme.. He can see me, and I can't see him. It's a very strange feeling.
Caroline: For both of you. Remember, Adam's going to have a lot of adjusting to do, too.
Mary: Oh, I know. I told you, it's nothing.
Charles: Well, if you two are through reading each other's minds, I'd like to get some sleep.