JOSH: You'll like it.
DONNA: It doesn't sound like I'll like it.
JOSH: It's great!
DONNA: Don't I just lug your golf clubs around?
JOSH: Well, it's good exercise.
DONNA: Of course it's good exercise, I'm lugging your golf clubs around.
JOSH: You'll be doing more than that, Donna. You'll be reading the greens, you'll be helping with club selection.
JOSH: Thank you, drop dead. (to Donna) It's what I do now--I'm a professional hostile witness.
DONNA: Would I get to drive the cart?
JOSH: No carts.
DONNA: You don't use a cart?
JOSH: No. Real golfers don't use carts.
DONNA: Would you pay me extra?
DONNA: You play in the winter?
JOSH: I would wait until spring, but I'd want you to start practicing with that bag right away.
JOSH: Hi, Donna.
DONNA: I didn't expect you back so soon.
DONNA: Did everything go okay?
JOSH: No, actually, it didn't. (she takes his coat) Thanks.