Hallie: Hello. Grandfather? l'm home.
Grandfather: ls that my little girl? That tall, gangly thing?
Hallie: Yes, it's me.
Grandfather: Oh, welcome home. Did you have a good time, sweet pea?
Hallie: Uh-huh, great.
Grandfather: What are you doing?
Hallie: Just smelling.
Hallie: l'm making a memory.
Hallie: Years from now, when l'm all grown up, l'll always remember my grandfather, and how he always smelt of, peppermint and pipe tobacco.
Grandfather: Good to have you back.
Mom: Annie? Annie?
Mom: You're back.
Hallie: l can't believe it's you.
Mom: And l can't believe it's you. And with short hair. Who cut it for you?
Hallie: A girl l met at camp. Do you hate it?
Mom: No, l absolutely love it. You got your ears pierced? Well, are there any other surprises? Belly button rings, tattoos? Ah, darling, what is it?
Hallie: l'm sorry. lt's just--l've missed you so much.
Mom: Oh, l know. lt seems like it's been forever.
Hallie: You have no idea.
Mom: So, come on. Tell me, did you like everyone? Was it fun? Ah, Martin
Martin: l found a stowaway in your suitcase.
Hallie: Oh, my God. Cuppy!
Hallie:- He-- He belongs to my friend, the one l was, umm, telling you about. l can't imagine how he got into my suitcase.
Martin: Well, since he's not our Cuppy, shall we dispose of the little creature?
Hallie: No! l mean, no. l'll-- l'll mail him to her. She loves this thing a lot--a lot, a lot. And she's, like, slept with this thing her entire life. And she could never be, like, say, in a foreign country without him. No, no l'll take care of it. That will be all, Martin. Thank you.
Mom: Hello. Oh, hi. How's the photo shoot going? Hmm. Well, can't you manage without me? l mean, Annie just got home from camp. Hmm. Yeah.