Dorothy: Seems like old times, huh?
Mary: Oh, I love this house. I love this room. I feel so safe here. After I'd visit Mom in the hospital, I always was so glad to come back here. Now here I am again...only this time, I'm pregnant. It's funny, huh?
Dorothy: What's that, honey?
Mary: Well, it's just that I have another human being inside of me, and I've never felt more alone.
Dorothy: Mary, that's why you have to talk to your father.
Mary: No way.
Dorothy: Listen, this is the most difficult thing for a father to accept.
Mary: What? That I'm a grown woman?
Dorothy: But you're not a grown woman. Just because the plumbing's in doesn't mean the house is ready to occupy.
Mary: I think I know what you're getting at.
Dorothy: Good, because I really didn't make that up myself. I heard it on This Old House.