[Katherine:Anyway, If You're Not Bad, You Can't Be Good.Robbie:What? You Have To Be Bad To Be Good? That's Stupid. It Doesn't Make Any Sense At All.Katherine:No. It Doesn't, Does It? What I Mean Was That If You See The Bad In Yourself, And Dislike It, And Try Not To Feel It, Then That's Good. Nobody's Really Good Through And Through. At Least I Don't Think So. Trying To Be Good, Or At Least Trying Not To Be Bad, Is Probably As Close As We Can Get.Robbie:Maybe You're Right.Katherine:Maybe I Am...]

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