WILL: No. I mean, if there is anything, it is just a cultural thing. When I was younger there was so much divisiveness, you just adapted your preferences.
SARA: Yeah, I know. But that is not 'it', is it?
WILL: What do you mean?
SARA: I ~mean~ so many times we have started getting close, and I feel you pull back. I can sense it. It has nothing to do with my skin color. It does, I think, but it is also something deeper.
WILL: I don't mean to.
SARA: It is like you are afraid of something, not repelled.
WILL: Maybe sometimes I feel that the subtleties of what I am experiencing might not be enough.
SARA: Subtleties. Is that it? You think that they will be lost on me?
WILL: Not that you cannot understand them. Me. You are the most insightful person I have ever known. I just...
SARA: You think because I kid around alot and am loud and outgoing that I cannot be something else too? That we cannot have something special
WILL: When we are around others you seem to be happier, more fulfilled.
SARA: By 'others', you mean Raymond don't you? Look, if I wanted to be with Raymond, or anybody else, I would be. I want to be with you, even though you can be really annoying sometimes.