- Rio. - What's the rest of it?
Where'd you come from?
- Where'd you live before you came here? - Sacora.
Oh, yeah. Who was he?
He shouldn't have taken so much tequila.
- What became of the girl? - She married a guy two weeks later.
Well, that's the way it is.
How'd I know he was your brother? It was him or me.
And I didn't lay for him in no barn neither.
- I'm sorry I was so rough with you. - You didn't hurt me.
- It's too bad I didn't know. - What?
- He was your brother. - What's that got to do with it?
Well, maybe I wouldn't have tried so hard to get the other girl.
What's the matter?
- There's a rock under here. - Let me fix it.
Hold still, lady, or you won't have much dress left.
- He did not. - I say he did.
- Did you really hear him holler? - Sure I did.
- So did I. - Then that ain't Billy the Kid.
Shucks, a dentist can make anybody holler.
Look out. Here he comes.
- Sorry to keep you waiting, Doc. - I'm in no hurry.
- You're the Billy the Kid? - That's what they tell me.
- See, what did I tell you? - Wait. One at a time.
Have you really got 20 notches in your gun?
Is it true you got 13 Indian scalps in your war bag?
Had to throw 'em away. The moths got to them.
Tanning 'em the best way to keep them.
- Is that a fact? - That's what my pa told me.
- What are you doing with that? - Trying get bark off to make a whistle.
- Have you sucked it? - I sucked it till it near dry.
Can't you shoot the insides out?
- Put it up on that post. - Can't I hold it?
- Can you hold it steady? - Sure!
-你能稳住吗?- - - - - -当然!
Billy, you don't have to prove anything to me.
It's all right. Turn the end up a little.
- Don't you take aim? - I took aim.
- When? - Before I drew.
Look, Billy, it's all right. You fixed it fine. Thanks.
- Glad to help. - Anything I can do, let me know.
- That's a new one on me. - What?
Aiming before you draw.
- I've got to. - Why?
My hand seems to be a little quicker than my eye.
Well, ain't that too bad.
- Where'd you get the horse? - I bought this one.
- Looks all right. - He'll do for the time being.
Ham and eggs. Fry the eggs on both sides.
I'll take the same. Mine straight up.
How 'bout a cold hand while we're waiting?
- How's that? - Suits me.
Before you get started I'd like to speak to you for a minute.
- Who is he? - I don't know.
- What do you want? - Let's go in the backroom.
You don't know me, but we have a mutual friend.
And I don't like him any better than you do.
Oh, Garrett, eh?
The name sounds familiar.
- Figure on staying in town tonight? - Why?
Everybody knows that Garrett told you to get out of town.
Sooner or later you're gonna have a little trouble with him.
I thought I might give you a hand.
That's very kind of you, mister.
Listen. I ain't doing you no favor.
It'll be a pleasure.
Now what I figure is when he's arguing with you, he won't watch anyone else.
So, it'll be a cinch for me.
Be careful you don't knock me over with the same bullet.
Don't worry. I'll stand at an angle.
I'll do it like this.
Suppose this chair is Garrett there.
And if you're standing about where you are why, I'll be over here.
Do you mind if I draw my gun so you can see the line of fire?
No, go right ahead.
- It's me, Billy. - Come on in, Doc.
- What happened? - He's a pretty smart hombre.
He's been hanging around trying to talk Garrett into making him a deputy.
I guess he figured if he got Billy he'd be a hero he could have the deputy job, or run for governor if he wanted it.
- Better get out of here, son. - Why? He pulled on me first.
- Be hard to make Garrett believe that. - We'll see.
Where's my dough?
Well, I guess I must've picked it up.
You're foolish to stick around, son.
I think I'd be more foolish to pull out.
Then Garrett would be sure that was my fault.
Come on. Cut for deal.
- You meant you want to play poker. - That's right.