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"Harold Crick: [runs to Ana the baker with a box of 10 paper bags in it] I'm glad I caught you.
Ana Pascal: Oh yeah, why?
Harold Crick: 'Cause I, I wanted to bring these to you.
Ana Pascal: Oh really?
Harold Crick: Yeah.
Ana Pascal: So you can't accept gifts, but you can give them? Listen... That seems a little inconsistent, doesn't it Mr. Crick?
Harold Crick: Very inconsistent, yes
Ana Pascal: Alright, I'll tell you what, I'll purchase them!
[reaches into her bag to grab her wallet]
Harold Crick: No...
Ana Pascal: No, no, no, really, I'd like to purchase them
[with wallet in hand, stops to actually look at the box]
Ana Pascal: What are they?
Harold Crick: [quietly] Flours.
Ana Pascal: What?
Harold Crick: I brought you flours.
Ana Pascal: [see the sweetness of the gesture, then realizing he's carried 10 bags of flours] Um... , and you carried them all the way here?
Harold Crick: Miss Pascal, I've been odd, and I, I know I've been odd, and... I want you.
Ana Pascal: What?
Harold Crick: There there are many reasons, there are so many influences in my life, that are telling me, at times, quite literally, that I should come here and bring you these, but I'm doing this because I want you.
Ana Pascal: You want me?
Harold Crick: In no uncertain terms.
Harold Crick: Because I want you.
Ana Pascal: [realizing that he's really not being a creep and just a guy who's not used to saying what he feels] Well... I... isn't there some... very... clear and established... rule... about... fraternization?
Harold Crick: Auditor/Auditee protocol?
Ana Pascal: Yeah.
Harold Crick: Yeah, but I don't care. Why? Because I want you.
Ana Pascal: [contemplates him for a second, and looks back at the box] Well, you mind carrying those a little bit further?
[both say "Okay" and they walk away] "
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