George Cushman: Out of consideration for your departed father, and your dear mother, I have tolerated your empty-headed, weak-spined foppery, maybe I've even abetted it. But it's got to stop, it's got to stop now. It was your doing getting that Maverick into our private poker party, wasn't it?
Roger Cushman: Yes, Uncle George, but I told you, he took advantage of me. Besides which, I don't know why you're so upset, didn't take any money from you.
George Cushman: But he got tied in with Paul Sutton because of it. I want you to get rid of him.
Roger Cushman: Who, Paul Sutton?
George Cushman: No, Maverick! Get rid of him, and quietly.
Roger Cushman: You mean kill?
George Cushman: Oh, no, not murder. You'd only botch it up and we'd all end up on the gallows.