American Graffiti (1973): Arguing After Making out in Car

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The clip arguing after making out in car from American Graffiti (1973) with Cindy Williams, Ron Howard You...
The clip arguing after making out in car from American Graffiti (1973) with Cindy Williams, Ron Howard You know, it doesn't make sense... to leave home to look for home. To give up a life to find a new life. To say good-bye to friends you love just to find new friends. Wait, could you say that again? Something Curt said. Figures. You must've talked his ear off tryin' to get him to stay. No, Steven. That's not true at all. I didn't say anything. Curt just said at dinner tonight... that he didn't see what the big hurry was. He thought that he ought to stay and go to J.C. for a while... and try and figure out what he wanted to do with his life. That sounds logical. Do you think so? Sure. I think Curt's probably right, for Curt. Not for me, though. Laurie, look at me. You know what I want out of life. And it's just not in this town. I'm not going with you to the airport tomorrow. No, Steven, don't. Come on. It's our last night together for three months. I know. But we've been through this before. I'm gonna miss you so much. I need something to remember you by. You don't want me to forget you, do you? No.
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