Mike: What did you think of the movie?
Maria: It was alright.
Mike: You didn't like it?
Maria: I didn't dislike it.
Mike: I thought it was great. What didn't you like about it?
Maria: There was too much action going on. It made me feel dizzy at some points.
Mike: Too much action? Maria, it was an action movie! That's what they should have.
Maria: I know. I'm just not too crazy about action films. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Mike: I really did. I'm sorry you didn't.
Maria: Don't feel bad. The next time we go to the theaters, we're watching a movie that I like.
Mike: Alright, you got it.
(Mike and Maria are driving down the highway when a police car sounds the siren behind them. Mike pulls up to the right and parks his car. The police officer exits his vehicle and walks up to their window.)
Mike: Hello, officer. What can I do for you this evening?
Police Officer: Sir, do you know why I stopped you?
Mike: No, I'm sorry. Why?
Police Officer: Your taillight is not working. Were you aware of this?
Mike: No, I'm not. I'm sorry, officer, for not noticing this sooner.
Police Officer: That's alright. Please be more aware of your vehicle next time.
I'm going to let you off with just a warning.
Mike: Thank you, officer.
Maria: Thank you.
(The police officer notices Maria in the passenger seat.)
Police Officer: Ma'am, your seatbelt is not fastened.
(Maria notices she forgot to put on her seatbelt, and feels embarrassed.)
Maria: I'm sorry, officer.
(She immediately fastens her seatbelt, and smiles at the officer.)
Police Officer: Please be safer when driving out on the weekend. You never know what could happen.
Mike: We will, officer. Thank you.
Police Officer: You folks have a good night, and drive safely.
Mike: Thank you. You too, officer.
Maria: Good night.
(Mike and Maria drive away feeling a little scared.)