BioShock Infinite: Boat Rowers Dialogue

From Orcz
Boat Rower's Dialog at the start of BioShock Infinite

This dialog is spoken by the Couple on the Wooden Rowing Boat off the coast of Maine, in 1912.

Man: Are you going to just sit there?

Woman: As compared to what? Standing?

Man: Not standing. Rowing.

Woman: Rowing? Didn't plan on it.

Man: So you expect me to shoulder all the burden.

Woman: No, but I do expect you to do all the rowing.

Man: And why is that?

Woman: Coming here was your idea.

Man: My idea?

Woman: I made it very clear that I don't believe in the exercise.

Man: The rowing?

Woman: No, I Imagine that's wonderful exercise.

Man: Than what?

Woman: The entire thought experiment.

Booker: Excuse me, how much longer?

Man: One goes into an experiment knowing one could fail.

Woman: One does not undertake an experiment knowing one has failed.

Man: Can we get back to the rowing?

Woman: I suggest you do, or we are never going to get there.

Man: No, I mean I'd greatly appreciate if you could assist.

Woman: Perhaps you should ask him, I believe he has a greater interest in getting there than I do.

Man: I suppose he does, but there is no point in asking.

Woman: Why not?

Man: Because he doesn't row.

Woman: He doesn't row?

Man: No, he doesn't row.

Woman: Ah. I see what you mean.

Woman: We've arrived. Shall we tell him when we'll be returning?

Man: Will that change anything?

Woman: It might give him some comfort.

Man: At least that's something we can agree on.

Booker: Hey, is someone meeting me here?

Man: I'd certainly hope so.

Woman: It does seem like a dreadful place to be stranded.

Booker: Well maybe there's someone inside.