Sir Edward: Gisborne seemed angry. What did you say to him?
Marian: I said I would marry him and have his children.
Sir Edward: You could do worse.
Marian: Yes, if I married the Sheriff. I would sooner be a nun than Gisborne's wife.
Sir Edward: When is this willfulness going to stop? Not to mention the other nonsense.
Marian: What other nonsense?
Sir Edward: The Night Rider, or whatever you call yourself.
Marian: I do not call myself anything. They say Night Watchman.
Sir Edward: It is dangerous, it is foolish and I have forbidden it.
Marian: Father, I must do what I can. The poor cannot feed themselves. Their children…
Sir Edward: I forbid it. Your hair was a warning. Next time you will hang.
Marian: That is my problem.
Sir Edward: How can you be so selfish?
Marian: It is my neck
Sir Edward: I am your father. This is my house and you…
Marian: You fear for your own neck, that is the truth.
Sir Edward: If you cannot obey me, if you…
Marian: I cannot obey you.
Sir Edward: Then you leave this house.