Marston: Get up, old man.
Uncle: I'm... I'm up.
Marston: Get up!
Uncle: There, I'm up. Well, thank the good Lord you're back. Nothing worse for an old man than sleeping in the warm afternoon sun.
Marston: You want a long sleep, Uncle? That can be arranged, and it'll cost me less in food.
Uncle: You always were a hard and nasty man, John Marston.
Marston: And you always was a useless, conniving thief. Where's them cattle? Did you take them to pasture?
Uncle: I was coming around to that.
Marston: When exactly?
Uncle: It's easy to pick on the elderly. It's easy but it ain't dignified.
Marston: Come on, old man. Let's do this together.
(They go to the herd)
Marston: Alright. You stay in front! Come on, let's get them out to pasture.
(They get outside the ranch )
Marston: Damn, this pasture looks overgrazed. Let's take 'em out to the plains.
(They see an explosion)
Uncle: What the hell? Christ, John! They're stampeding!
(They see some robbers continue after the train, they ignore them)
Uncle: Stay away from trouble, John! You don't need it!
(John fights the bandits and defeats them)
Marston: You folks okay?
Engineer: I think we're safe, thank you! I thought we were done for!
Marston: Just helpin' out. Now you take care.
(John goes back to the herd)
Uncle: The hero returns. They don't know how lucky they are.
Marston: Shut it old man. C'mon, let's get this herd movin' again.
Uncle: Give them stragglers a kick up the ass!
(They find a new place to graze)
Marston: You look after the herd, I'll ride back.
Uncle: No thanks, you got your pound of flesh from me today.