Looks like he's having a chill.
- Don't go away. - I won't.
- I'm so cold. - I'll get you warm.
- Don't go away. - I'll only be a minute.
How can you stop a thing like this?
- You're mad at me. - No.
- Yes, you are. - No, I'm not.
- Why do you hide from me? - I'll be right back.
- Where's that bottle of whiskey? - I finished it.
The time I had that bad cough.
I fired those hot stones for Julio, but it was just the same.
He shook like a leaf till he died.
You get out of here and shut the door.
Just get out of here.
Have you gone crazy?
You can bring the minister tomorrow if it'll make you feel better about it.
You're not gonna die.
I'll get you warm.
Well, Red, you can't stand this pace much longer.
I guess I'll just have to slow those boys down a little.
None of my affair, but we crossed the county line ten minutes ago.
That's right, Swanson. It's none of your affair.
Break up! Scatter for those rocks!
You look different today. You look better.
What are you doing here?
Well, I've been trying to figure this out.
- How'd I get here? - Doc brought you.
Oh. Are you Doc's girl?
What do you know about that.
Be careful your wound. You'll hurt yourself.
That's right. I remember now.
- I caught one yesterday, didn't I? - Yesterday?
It was a month ago. You've been terribly sick.
A month? That's a long time.
- How's Red? - Red?
- Have you been takin' good care of him? - Who's Red?
Didn't Doc leave my horse here?
Well, I'll swear. I didn't think he'd do a thing like that.
Behind my back too.
Is he all right again?
Say, who's this old lollipop?
It's my Aunt Guadalupe.
You haven't got a ham sandwich on you?
You hungry? I don't think we have anything cooked beside some beans.
That'll do for a starter, eh, lollipop?
Say, you don't talk like a sick man.
What does that "lollipop" mean?
Oh, something sweet.
Sweet, like candy. You know, dulce.
Where are you going?
Oh, to see if I can find a fresh egg or two.
- How do you feel? - Fine. When do we eat?
- You just had lunch about an hour ago. - Honest?
Will you bring me my clothes? I want to have a look around.
I can't spend the rest of my life in bed.
Anyway, I want to see if I can find my ring.
Yeah. I had a ring on this finger and it's gone.
I've been worried about it.
You mustn't be upset about a thing like that.
You can get another one, can't you?
This one's been kind of lucky for me.
It belonged to a fellow who was supposed to have had a charmed life as long as he kept it on his finger.
Then how did you get it? Did you kill him?
No. Somebody else did that.
Then the ring wasn't so lucky for him after all, was it?
Well, nothing happened to him until he took it off to wash his hands.
No, you better not get up till tomorrow.
- You said that yesterday. - You're not strong enough yet.
Billy, you mustn't. You'll hurt yourself.
Then why don't you quit wrestling with me?
But you've been so sick. You're not well enough. You're not
Come on. I want you to go down to the store with me.
I have some washing to do.
You've got all afternoon to do it. Come on.
- I have to fix my hair first. - All right, hurry up then.
- Why do you have to go with her? - I better.
What if somebody should come by like that deputy sheriff friend of yours the other day?
Yes, that's right. I'll go tell Aunt Guadalupe.
- Who is it? - It's me, Doc.
Hurry up! Open this door here.
Hello, Doc. Glad to see you, Doc!
You'd never know it. I thought I'd have to break the door down.